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"origina" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

07:23 min | Last month

"origina" Discussed on Keep It!

"I've meant to buy a long time ago, which is called best actress, the history of Oscar winning women, and it's a picture book and there's a foreword by Roxane. Gay which is Great. But also it goes through this the history of best actresses and I wanted to point out one person in particular who's movies have been. So satisfying to watch during I'm quarantine because she really articulates Origina- cynicism well, and I think goes under rated in the history of actresses. We talked about cat on a hot tin roof earlier but I'm talking about Paul Newman's wife Joanne Woodward who. She wanted to ask her for a movie called three faces of Eve where she played a woman with multiple personalities but going into the sixties and seventies this woman really was the original Kirsten dunst in that the level of rage on her face dealing with either like her horrible kids her marriage that's fucking falling apart the roles. These are all things that are essential to me as a human being and to revisit them I just saw a movie of hers called Rachel Rachel where it's her and. Stuff. Parsons are the stars. Just. Watching her. An unhappy single person kind of maybe finding a glimmer of optimism at the end of the story felt so realistic to me and the right level of hope I can deal with at this moment. So I recommend looking back at Joanne Woodward's movies particularly a crazy one called the effect of gamma rays on man in the Moon marigolds, which is from the seventies she won the best actress can for it this is a movie about a woman who has kids and she's basically Evil to everybody sight including calling one man a faggot on the street guys it was very funny. That's all I. Have to say about that. So get it on that look Joanne Woodward and come back to me that's based on the play by Paul Zindel, which I've seen I've seen I've seen scenes from the effects of gamma rays and I've seen a production of it in college before, but I've never actually seen the movie but Joanne Woodward is fantastic in Paris Blues Oh. Allah. has in that where she's like saying like as their lovers who are falling apart or whatever she is heartbreaking. Underrated and our oldest living best actress winner. Oh. Yeah. She alive Yeah. Thanks to Olivia de Havilland death. who kindly decide after five hundred years? Do you think she did it? With, a smirk on her face nominate her for I. Think we've mentioned before we were interviewing Andre Holland. Haven't seen Peres blues it is Joanne. It is Paul Newman. It is Diane Carol it is Sydney portray it is. Gorgeous and just like this sexy movie set in Paris in from like sixty one and as racier than you would expect from a movie of the era I think that's that one that isn't a them right? Right because like she jumps into bed with Paul Newman. Very quickly, and they're like post cordo conversation is. Sizzling and it's a couple that stayed together for one hundred and fifty years. So the chemistry is fun to explore a nothing you're projecting onto it's real and of course. Three phases, of us, which you mentioned. Fantastic antics before dying. Oh Yeah. Love Kiss before dying Mr Mrs Bridge from the ninety s she stayed great anyway. Well, I guess that's a lot of things for people to check out. That's our job we. All right we're back. Lewis and I will have a chat with Catherine O'Hara. The Michelle Obama podcast is out now on spotify the series drinks listeners inside the former first lady's most candidate and personal conversations, none of which are with US suspicious right and it shows us what's possible when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable to open up and to focus on what matters most joining. The former first lady is a ray a special guests including, President Barack Obama. How'd you get him I? Don't know I can't figure it out Marian Craig, Robinson Conan O'Brien Valerie Jarrett Michelle Norris and Dr Sharon Malone episodes focus on the relationships that shape us from siblings and close friends to partners, parents, and mentors to our relationship with ourselves and our health. You can listen for free at spotify dot com slash. Michelle Obama spotify dot com slash Michelle Obama. Our first guest today is one of Canada's greatest exports. One of the funniest women ever to grace the screen the Queen of Shit's creek herself say her name three times and hopes she appears please welcome Catherine O'Hara. Lewis and I are so excited to have you here. We are huge fans of your work from so many eras. You really have just like different moments where I feel like people who drop into pop culture would say that you are one of their favorite parts of you know obviously like as kids Lewis watched. Home alone but even before that, you know there's like there's a beetlejuice and. Now should creek the Christopher guest movies. There's so many things for us to enjoy you. Case Lucky. Some nice jobs and worked with great people and that a late bloomer. Go into this explosive emmys where the show is nominated for I believe five hundred. emmys. You're somebody who wanted a writing back in the eighties do look forward to events like this and other people you look forward to seeing or is it all work or stressful or what would normally look forward to seeing people I would get nervous about what to wear and all that and they don't have to worry about any of that this year we're not gathering at all true. Yeah I feel bad for Silas. You, Gina. Daniel. Or talking about getting together somewhere one of their homes and I don't know I don't know what's going to happen I'm sad that I can't be with my Shits Creek friends and family. But you know there are worst problems in the world. It looked the same to a television viewer. It's the same it's on a screen, but we'll just be in our homes if vote at all. Speaking, of Ugg, Youtube just have this. Easy Chemistry together we've seen. SETV, we've seen it in the guests movies. Particularly, we were talking about a mighty wind and now vis just what is one of your favorite things about playing off of Eugene that you've been able to just sort of play out for the past six seasons on this show that's crazy. We've become kind of partners. And I, hold him responsible because he and Chris guests hired me for those you provides movies. So he started. Thank you gene. indicated the Job Chit Screen. So I I'll him a lot and guess he likes me. Yet I love working with..

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"origina" Discussed on MEGA FM Feature Stories

MEGA FM Feature Stories

09:32 min | 4 months ago

"origina" Discussed on MEGA FM Feature Stories

"I am Christopher all this radio feature story investigating if there is a link between site cases being registered in the subregion and over two decades long L. It led insurgency. Suicide is rated as the second leading cause of death. Globally among young people aged between fifteen and twenty six with seventy nine percent of this young people coming from low and middle income countries including Uganda. According to at least two thousand eighteen crime report. Uganda started to of one hundred. Forty seven cases of death from Suzanne with forty cases coming from Chilean Lounge sub-regions from two thousand nineteen October today agilis subregion registered fortitude cases of suicide in my such for our sites related to hike associate being reduced that in a sub rejoined. My first job was at Yama trading center alone Gulu Kitgum wrote about five kilometers north east of Gulu main town well Yama trading center. I met Kayla Yang traditionalist. I asked him if that is a link between the higher rates of society. Gingrich's idea naturally subregion and the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. If I should talk suicide the word data is not new naturally is as long as the Carta. It said that practice has been there. It is not just because of this war but in the tradition once. Something bad happens and it is not settled. Maybe you kill somebody and it is left with impunity. Their spirits by sue justice and it may keep growing cited that it brings about the toll frustration and somebody hears himself or kills has in some cases. Someone can decide to kill his way. San Names killing the entire. It has happened. He also went farther and explain. What is triggering society naturally subregion when they last authentic king was my you. We are told that babies were thrown into the best and bounded either as todd last held by the leg and hit on his own. This team ave three others were backed in hats and had set on fire. Others were virtually kill. His ideas. Were much it. Others ran who had grown others found that there was no need to hang themselves seeing the death of that king in I truly. Nothing has been done. So does this next Linda. Explosion of society naturally subregion. Yeah because it was there even earlier but once it happens. Ls Who'd sit and correct it once while so it doesn't hiber tradition of being in one house since the last king who was my dad in cold blood and many of his subjects. Might some of them warhead. Even escaped found no reason to leave and there was a hang themselves and that has been following. Nothing has been done that have been followed in. The family can even follow their us in two thousand fourteen robot. Jock's brother committed suicide. I met him recently. Had their home in Lavar pirate's Gold sub-county in rural district and the has scheme if things his brother killed himself because he was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. Kim Icke Lama Danny Peel Linda. Death of appeal we house. We don't team commits to say though before committing suicide essay the East HIV positive. I cannot accept to be taking drugs or suffer from disease and the next morning we good reported at. Es Hung Him so on all day then lost in the US. At least fifty people majority males have committed suicide in court sub-county alone griss Apollo resident of leverage parish. Have a lucky after she attempted to commit suicide. She told me why she wanted to kill ourselves. You know if you find yourself doing it without even thinking whether it's an also encouraging do it. It was because there was misunderstanding. Between me and my brother issues foreign quarters. That was way. The bad thing was pink up in Ugandan. Low criminalize same conviction one layer of not less than seven years behind bars for attempting to take his or her on life. Jimmy Patrick Okay Ma. Is There Swat River region? Police spoke person. I met him recently in his office at Ashore River Regional Police headquarters in Gulu town and ask about the factors behind the rising cases also site in that region suicide cases as really being the program in the region ever since last year the causes as a result of domestic issues others outdoor free over supposed to be on. Us comes as a result of realized that that he's HIV positive. He or she thinks is the end. Those that commit suicide but in a nutshell majority of these suicide cases as a result of domestic matter on October ten Uganda joined the rest of the world to commemorate while Earth Mentor Day and that theme focused on suicide prevention. Dr Richard Rotea who works at the Department of Mental Health at Gulu Origina- refer or speech as a psychiatrist as a mental earth expert. E-explains some of the factors behind the rise in cases of society naturally subregion if you people interviewed talked about that others have talked about listeners. Problem with Pacino's others talk about being displaced from their own homes by their own relatives disagreement in families. Ni- since his belongings Norway they only wait for thinking about ending their lives. But in actual sense you look at people in community who have courage who propelled me to be. Society may also be people were abused substances like in our sitting here. We have kind of which many people tend to take so. Give them a little courage to do things we can do. I later caught up with Dr Publicity Senior Psychiatrist and lecturer at Gulu University Faculty of Medicine. I has came if there is a strong link between suicide and the violence campaign led by the rebel group. The Lord's Resistance Army L. Are a suicide these. We consider that it's disconnected to the post conflict issues because we're not having families of it unemployment and the like but these connection years that cannot be denied by then we also know that suicide do causing other places implicitly. You have been peaceful and have no. Todd was it saying the last fifty s to side is still there and it's a problem so we cannot blame because of the post conflict that we're having society northern Uganda is. You may be aware societies. The leading killer of young adults in the Western world many of the Western world peaceful areas. We also suicide even in who is killing young men and young women many of whom were not around they will was taking place over too young to really understand what was happening. So suicide is not exactly caused by the post coffee couldn't slash swept through just went to commit suicide is caused by many things. We know that. Sometimes it's a complication of mental illness. So someone maybe has depression Watson's someone can end up taking their own life. It's GonNa be a complication of other illnesses. Substance addiction alcohol. Dick showed marriage an addiction can be Sunday like even. Other diseases like schizophrenia. Can result in sight. Something is a which is important to notice that medical illnesses associated with to say for example. Go to the hospital. I Dunno Mitch. Ivey status have planned for myself an interesting life and then I find that I'm being told that have so that but before they just the use it does to watch take my own life other teams. It can't be used for example news of Cancer News of Hepatitis B. And UNISYS so someone says instead of suffering with this disease. Let me day now when I'm still happy. This discussion also say mental earth expedites of blamed the current eyesight rates been registered among mainly in Chile. Subregion on he go. They explained that because of ego maintained to hide problems unlike women will normally share with others. They explain that because of ego maintained to hide problems and we may do normally share with others. They noted not that our justice that a woman was depressed will seek for support among guest of society naturally has been attributed to post traumatic stress Disorder Chronicle Hill numerous severe torture loss of job and mental earth related issues. He's finally a two thousand fourteen research by REFRIGE- low project of linked current. Ira Torso say in the sub-region to frustration acetate with gender based violence drunkeness non wrangles an HIV AIDS among harvest. According to the Fridge Project. Most of the victims committee so say after they were found to be HIV positive. Reporting for Mega. I am Christopher lack of a good night. Thank you for listening to one or two mega. Fm Feature Story. Catch us again next week at the same time and station for comments and views on this feature. Send us an email to Mecca newsroom at Yahoo Dot Com. Oh send us a letter addressed to make FM feature disc and drop it at the station or call zero seven eight zero one nine three triple five..

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"origina" Discussed on MEGA FM Feature Stories

MEGA FM Feature Stories

09:32 min | 4 months ago

"origina" Discussed on MEGA FM Feature Stories

"I am Christopher all this radio feature story investigating if there is a link between site cases being registered in the subregion and over two decades long L. It led insurgency. Suicide is rated as the second leading cause of death. Globally among young people aged between fifteen and twenty six with seventy nine percent of this young people coming from low and middle income countries including Uganda. According to at least two thousand eighteen crime report. Uganda started to of one hundred. Forty seven cases of death from Suzanne with forty cases coming from Chilean Lounge sub-regions from two thousand nineteen October today agilis subregion registered fortitude cases of suicide in my such for sites related to hike associate being reduced that in a sub rejoined. My first job was at Yama trading center alone Gulu Kitgum wrote about five kilometers north east of Gulu main town well Yama trading center. I met Kayla Yang traditionalist. I asked him if that is a link between the higher rates of society being reduced idea literally subregion and the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. If I should talk suicide the word data is not new naturally is as long as the Carta. It said that practice has been there. It is not just because of this war but in the tradition once. Something bad happens and it is not settled. Maybe you kill somebody. And it is left within impunity. Their spirits by sue justice and it may keep growing cited that it brings about the toll frustration and somebody hears himself or kills has in some cases. Someone can decide to kill his way. San Names killing the entire. It has happened. He also went farther and explain. What is triggering society naturally subregion when they last authentic king was my you. We are told that babies were thrown into the best and bounded either as todd last held by the leg and hit on his own. This team ave three others were backed in hats and had set on fire. Others were virtually kill. His ideas. Were much it. Others ran who had grown others found that there was no need they hang themselves seeing the death of that king in I truly. Nothing has been done. So does this next Linda. Explosion of society naturally subregion. Yeah because it was there even earlier but once it happens. Ls Who'd sit and correct it once while so it doesn't hiber tradition of being in one house since the last king who was my dad in cold blood and many of his subjects. Might some of them warhead. Even escaped found no reason to leave and there was a hang themselves and that has been following. Nothing has been done may not have been followed in. The family can even follow their us in two thousand fourteen robot. Jock's brother committed suicide. I met him recently. Had their home in Lavar pirate's Gold sub-county in a mortar district and the has scheme if things his brother killed himself because he was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. Kim Icke Lama Danny for Linda Death of appeal we house. We don't team commits to say though before committing suicide essay the East HIV positive. I cannot accept to be taking drugs or suffer from disease and the next morning we good reported at. Es Hung Him so on all day then lost in the US. At least fifty people majority males have committed suicide in court sub-county alone griss Apollo resident of leverage parish. How lucky after she attempted to commit suicide. She told me why she wanted to kill ourselves. You know if you find yourself doing it without even thinking whether it's an also coupon encouraging do it. It was because there was misunderstanding. Between me and my brother issues foreign quarters. That was way. The bad thing was pink up in Ugandan. Low CRIMINALIZE SAME CONVICTION. One layer of not less than seven years behind bars for attempting to take his or her on life. Jimmy Patrick Okay Ma. Is there Swat River region police spokeperson? I met him recently in his office at Ashore River Regional Police headquarters in Gulu town and ask about the factors behind the rising cases also site in that region suicide cases as really being the program in the region ever since last year the causes as a result of domestic issues others outdoor free over supposed to be on. Us comes as a result of realized that that he's HIV positive. He or she thinks is the end. Those that commit suicide but in a nutshell majority of these suicide cases as a result of domestic matter on October ten Uganda joined the rest of the world to commemorate while Earth Mentor Day and that theme focused on suicide prevention. Dr Richard Rotea who works at the Department of Mental Health at Gulu Origina- refer or speech as a psychiatrist as a mental earth expert. E-explains some of the factors behind the rise in cases of society naturally subregion if you people interviewed talked about that others have talked about listeners. Problem with Pacino's others talk about being displaced from their own homes by their own relatives disagreement in families. Ni- since his belongings Norway the only wait for people thinking about any their lives. But in actual sense you look at people in community who have courage who propelled me to be. Society may also be people were abused substances like in our sitting here. We have kind of which many people tend to take so. Give them a little courage to do things we can do. I later caught up with Dr Publicity Senior Psychiatrist and lecturer at Gulu University Faculty of Medicine. I has came if there is a strong link between suicide and the violence campaign led by the rebel group. The Lord's Resistance Army L. R. A. These we consider that it's disconnected to the post conflict issues because we're not having families of it unemployment and the like but these connection years that cannot be denied by then we also know that suicide do causing other places implicitly. You have been peaceful and have no. Todd was it saying the last fifty s to side is still there and it's a problem so we cannot blame because of the post conflict that we're having society northern Uganda is. You may be aware societies. The leading killer of young adults in the Western world many of the Western world peaceful areas. We also suicide even in who is killing young men and young women many of whom were not around win. They will was taking place over too young to really understand what was happening. So suicide is not exactly caused by the post coffee couldn't slash swept through to say is caused by many things we know that sometimes it's a complication of mental illness. So someone maybe has depression Watson's someone can end up taking their own life. It's GonNa be a complication of other illnesses. Substance addiction alcohol. Dick showed marriage an addiction can be Sunday like even. Other diseases like schizophrenia. Can result in sight. Something is a which is important to notice that medical illnesses associated with to say for example. Go to the hospital. I Dunno Mitch. Ivey status have planned for myself an interesting life and then I find that I'm being told that have so that but before they just the use it does to watch take my own life other teams. It can't be used for example news of Cancer News of Hepatitis B. And UNISYS so someone says instead of suffering with this disease. Let me day now when I'm still happy. This discussion also say mental earth expedites of blamed the current eyesight rates been registered among mainly in Chile. Subregion on Higo. They explained that because of ego maintained to hide problems unlike women will normally share with others. They explain that because of ego maintained to hide problems and we may do normally share with others. They noted not that our justice that a woman was depressed will seek for support among guest of society naturally has been attributed to post traumatic stress Disorder Chronicle Hill numerous severe torture loss of job and mental earth related issues. He's finally a two thousand fourteen research by REFRIGE- low project of linked current. Ira Torso say in the sub-region to frustration acetate with gender based violence drunkeness non wrangles an HIV AIDS among harvest. According to the fridge project most of the victims committed suicide after they were found to be HIV positive. Reporting for Mega. I am Christopher or lack of a good night. Thank you for listening to one or two mega. Fm Feature Story. Catch us again next week at the same time and station for comments and views on this feature send us an email to Mecca newsroom at Yahoo Dot Com. Oh send us a letter addressed to make FM feature disc and drop it at the station or call zero seven eight zero one nine three triple five..

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"origina" Discussed on Aquarius Today

Aquarius Today

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"origina" Discussed on Aquarius Today

"Good morning. Aquarius today is Wednesday march eleventh. Two Thousand Twenty the son in Pisces sex tiles Jupiter and capricorn. This rare alignment highlights the plans. You've made secret. Slowly nurturing them into fruition. This is Aquarius today. A Park asked Origina- Today's episode of Horoscope today is brought to you by Philadelphia cream cheese. You don't need a horse go to tell you that Philadelphia cream cheese is the SCHMEAR. That's perfect for spreading on your morning. Bake all made with only the freshest milk and cream Philadelphia's has been doing this since eighteen seventy two you Philadelphia schmear perfection. Let's begin your day. The Sun now glimmers and Pisces. Your Second House of material wealth and comes into perfect alignment with Jupiter now nestled in your allusive twelfth house of incubation and secrets since December Jupiter has encouraged you to surrender allowing certain matters to find closure particularly were. Lingering hurt is concerned. Now is the time to allow something new to take its place. Whatever you've been working on is ready to see the light now. Take a moment to reflect on your relationships. The moon moves through fellow air. Signed today bringing out your adventurous side. This transit lights education travel and your ability to seek the truth. Teacher's guides are important today. The people who can help us traverse uncharted waters invest in those who can lead you to new and exciting terrain. Contemplate your path to personal growth. You're not usually one for wanderlust. But this energy looks good on you. Consider planning a trip to somewhere. That's always captured your imagination. Not all knowledge is learned through study. These are things you must experience to now. Aquarius today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download sanctuary up from the apple APP store or Google play for personalized birth chart reading and follow sanctuary at sanctuary world on instagram. That's S. ANC T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D. Horoscope. Today is a podcast original..

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"origina" Discussed on Chosen Family

Chosen Family

10:57 min | 7 months ago

"origina" Discussed on Chosen Family

"I guess it's hard to talk about what it means to be from a culture especially one that has been The target of breath of genocide genocide. Yes and so you know. There's I I don't speak Tusk Aurora no one in my family did speak Tusker for a long time because my Paternal grandfather spoke Mohawk. And you know before that because of the Indian Act and and the way that it made it. So that we had our line Went Patrilineal E. Instead of matrimony legal nations all got mixed up and so like I don't know when the last time someone in my family has spoken Okun Tuscaroras but I know that it's very very endangered language and The way that we understand ourselves has always been dependent upon what nation we are. Are you know if you were to go to the UN. And just say you're all you're all just human so we're going to have a policy for humans and you're like What and this is? What what you're allowed to do this? You're not allowed to hire a lawyer to defend yourself against any of these things that we're doing to you. You're not allowed to do you know like there's there were so many things in the in the enact act that we're absolutely absurd. The whole concept of a group of nations having to all use the same exact framework to determine their membership ship. A by someone who has no knowledge of any of their kinship systems any of their history any of their culture. The all the this is kind of what we're looking at when when you look at the Indian Act because we also ourselves as individual nations we had our own cultures we had our own languages and belief systems and some of those may have been similar in some ways or interlocked doc. It's not like we all lived in silos but the fact that we all had to suddenly become one thing together erased all of our differences but yet also put us all in this situation. Where we're all in this together? All being dehumanized together right is is really kind of a strange Thing to think about I can't even imagine and how you deal with that kind of erasure or extreme abuse as a group like how do you even move forward It's hard to really comeback from that especially when you think about the fact that so many of our children were taken from their homes There's one thing that I read once. It was a line in a short story by. I believe it was Richard Van Camp and he was talking about what was left in the wake of a village. After all of these children children were taken and it was all align that asks you to to think about the sound of silence when there's no children you know in a village origina- town and the sense of sadness that overcame you the sense of hopelessness. Because in in a sense you know children are our future. They're the way that we know that you know. So we're going to move forward there. You know what we put our hopes in if you don't have that what you have if when your kids come back you can't can't talk to them because they no longer speak the same languages you or they've experienced so much violence and trauma and they don't WanNa tell it to hugh and they don't know what to do. You know this. These are kinds of things that really make it. So that they form just these terrible terrible terrible impacts that just linger for generations this is an intergenerational us yeah throughout the nineteen eighties a strange phenomenon with sweeping North America. They were in a panic and like people in a panic. They want solutions allegations of underground satanic cults torturing and terrorizing children. The thing is there were no satanic cults preying on children and nearly thirty years later the people touched by it. All are still picking up the pieces. This isn't a work of fiction. This is a work of history satanic panic the latest. CBC cover available. Now some of the most touching passages in the book are where you you talk about mental health and your own struggles with it you have so many great images in the book including the title of the book a mind spread out on the ground where the dot that come from Well I was trying to think through What depression means and what it means to be indigenous person in particular to be experiencing depression. You know as thinking about the differences between reactive depression or you know which is like in response to like losing a job or lose you know a break up or something along those lines and like clinical depression was known as clinical depression or endogenous depression. which you kind of just seems like it comes on based based on nothing but knows thinking through all of these things about depression and language and how we describe these things and you know? I talked to my sister who was relearning Mohawk and asked her not to do a a rough kind of translation and the two words she came out with roughly translated to mind suspended in the air at a mind. Spread out on the ground around You know when you're depressed like you can't move like you're suspended in the air like you can't do anything conversely sometimes when you're depressed you feel like everything is kind and of Lake Edge. I just kept thinking of this graphic description but just like the gray matter of your brain just out when I first heard the title of your book. I also kind of imagine it eslake looking at your mind is like all these puzzle pieces trying to like when you're coming from a place of depression or when you're coming from a place of being broken how to put those pieces back together And I just find that title so evocative and I think some of that also ties into you know the idea of being a voice search for your people and just also the conversation that we're having culturally around mental health and I'm just curious about how you navigate sort the responsibility of your voice but also taking care of yourself. Well the more that I really sit down and think about you know the way I moved through the world I just I just really I mean the sound so corny or whatever but I just really want you know things to change. I want people to have some kind of basic place of joy and just have basic levels of respect and I just don't understand it just boggles my mind that this isn't something that we can all agree that all of us deserve a base level of respect and then move from there you know so getting so worked up and I just WanNa talk about everything everything. But I can't because like I as my husband will attest to. It drives me crazy. I will like get so upset about things and it will like turn me despondent and to the point where like. I'm at home with my son with my husband with my adorable Yorkie and like feeling that this Malays just over who me and I can't even appreciate the moments that are in front of me with the people that I love because these things that I feel like I have a direct you know responsibility ability to be changing. I just feel like I can never do it. And so you know for me I just need to really pull myself back and just take those moments like really feel grounded in the present and just you know. Take those moments of joy even if it's just watching fan or pump rules. We wanted to talk a little bit about what it was like for you putting together your book Doc so it's essays and it's also sort of memoir and trying to and I right now are both writing books. Were procrastinating a little bit. And I think part of the procrastination the US too. We are dealing with personal matters in our work I haven't decided exactly what I'm going to share yet but you know stuff from childhood and just experiences experiences and Thomas is writing a book about addiction. How did you navigate the process of putting this book together and because again your book is so personal and and and I know you had to make choices about what to share what not to share? I think there's this idea that especially kind of within you know this age of social media that everyone is owed everything you know that if you want to start a conversation you need to give them everything you need to let people pick through all of the pieces and an Kinda get into the scars and really like dig through all of that stuff to be able to empathize with you and to be able to understand your story and I don't think that's that's true at all. I think that you know if anything. It's made it clear to me that writing in the case of a book or an even in the case of a tweet you know you have the power of choice if someone asks you a question if someone has an expectation of you it is always within your power to refuse to think about what you actually want to say like you. You have to give yourself permission to do that. As I was reading my book you know looking through the way. Other writers tackled. Trauma tackled violence in their lives or in others. And and I really don't think that going through a play by play of every single thing that happened that was traumatic for you. That isn't what a reader get something coming from. It's not about the traumatic thing that happened. It's about what came after it's about the difference between the before and the after that's always the thing to me. That is the most interesting interesting you know as a reader. I'm not entitled to someone else's pain. I'm privileged that. They're willing to share the lessons. They may have learned from going through that pain gene. So that's something I tried to do with my own work absolutely and I think empathy is such a strong force in your work and even though I'm only speaking to you for the first first time right now I just feel like you radiate this empathic energy and I wanted to tie that back to what we were talking about at the beginning of our conversation your upbringing and the neglect and abuse the through growing up. And how despite what you've suffered you've tried to find empathy for the people involved to that end. I want to read something that you wrote. I wanted to think through the situations my parents were in and why the reacted the way they did. It's never that simple that someone someone is inherently good or inherently bad there are all kinds of grey areas. I wanted to make space to talk about that. In a way that acknowledged the difficulty and the complexity city of loving someone even as there are ways that they hurt you and neglected you. They are still someone you love. What do you do with that love? So I'm going to pose that question back to you Alicia. What have you done without love? I think that you know that is really has become kind of my the fire. Yeah but keeps me burning is Is that loved. You know. Thank you so much thank you Alicia. Alicia Eliot her book is called a mind spread out on the ground. She also has a book called in for. CBC Arts it's called.

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"origina" Discussed on The David Banner Podcast

The David Banner Podcast

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"origina" Discussed on The David Banner Podcast

"Oh what do you think stops us from being more loving towards each other because it seems like a lot of times in our community not just you know as it pertains to women men but men and men. It's almost like we feel like we don't deserve to be loved action. self-protection really explain. You'RE GONNA avoid getting hurt so not to hurt you set yourself apart and create a wall from the beginning and so when you create that level of distance from the beginning then the expectation is always gonNa we all right. Because I'm not GonNa let anybody pass this barrier that I've created from the beginning they don't know anything other than this if I give them a little more. We doing good but it's supposed to be just the opposite. Sit Regina we make you happy. I am so happy that we think about you all the time. Yup We appreciate you and guess. What's a little brother was very very Sally knowing I saw those gummy bears he did. You know you'd be bashing hotel. No I'm not like you not like me a also we went on our everybody on retreat. And telling me about that Origina- Holy Shit was gummy bears chips. Let me go really really really got I. Ah You didn't go let you asked you. We had a whole. You had a whole other side of the news as much countless sessions Ma'am because I'm gonNA need one after this bombardment of this. He's like I gotta go. I gotta go with the Angelo. Yeah he's gotta go that's what he said he's a got to go to New York. But Not for the the Angelo Scott that does not have it sounded like a massage when Donald Trump. What about Buck Santa? Well he's doc about the fuck button. Pov Wow Regina what is there's you know massage from. Pov Somebody will get hurt. Katya EH Tommy. No but we need like some affects. No better give him of you now. We lead money..

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"origina" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

11:54 min | 10 months ago

"origina" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Mike Dakkak Democrats wrapped up the impeachment proceedings last week or at least the public the hearing part of the impeachment proceedings as far as we know there may be some surprise developments as we go further along here remember. There's an avalanche that's coming. The developments elements are going to keep coming fast and furious until the Democrats get what they want which is severely wounded Donald Trump. If not one that is completely removed from office. Altogether we actually did get a new development late last week. That might seem like it's an interesting development here and it didn't relate to the president directly but did relate to one of his his closest allies on Capitol Hill and in this impeachment inquiry and that's Demo Nuno's the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Nunez has kind. I have been leading the charge at least in the House against these impeachment proceedings. And he's kind of been at the forefront of this any witness that comes before us we you have to try as hard as we can to disrespect and denigrate kind of thing three decades and the foreign service while you're nothing but a partisan hack deputy secretary three of state for the United States while you're never trumper obviously foremost expert on Russia and Ukraine and the federal government will everything you're saying is hearsay. You have no firsthand knowledge etcetera et CETERA. At some point it becomes clear that your defense isn't that strong when you have to employ tactics like that. But Republicans felt it was the only defense they had to denigrate in disrespect these witnesses. So that's what the used. Well we learned this week that Devon Nunez himself actually went to Europe to work with Ukrainians they are on digging up dirt on on the Biden's as well we know that because one of Rudy Giuliani's associates a fellow by the name of Love Parnis recently offered through his lawyer information that Nunez met with the former prosecutor general in Ukraine. A man by the name of Victor Shokhin they reportedly met in Vienna last December. The purpose of the meeting according to his lawyer was to urge Shokhin on the Ukrainian officials to launch investigations. into the Biden's several years ago. You are are now no doubt aware when Joe Biden Vice President. His son Hunter Biden and got a seat on the board of a Ukrainian Natural Gas Company. By the name of Barack Obama. It's unclear unclear whether the younger Biden had any special knowledge of Ukraine or any special knowledge of the natural gas sector that would have qualified him for that position. Critics Biden say that Hunter Biden received the seat on the board simply because of who is father was in two thousand and sixteen. Victor Shokhin was removed as prosecutor general of Ukraine Crane. Critics say he was pushed out by the Obama Administration and specifically by Joe Biden because Shokhin was pushing for an investigation into that gas company. Into origina- it's chairman Shokhin said was tied to Ukraine's old pro Russian government. And so in the course of that he would have had to question Hunter Biden and so critics say that when Joe Biden and the Obama Administration learned of an oncoming investigation they push to have the prosecutor general fired that Biden. John was afraid that the investigation would uncover improper dealings by his son and how he wound up on that board. The Obama Administration says it's actually the exact act opposite. They agitated for the removal of Shokhin. That part is true but the reason they did it is because Shokhin wasn't very good at fighting corruption that is he wasn't fighting corruption Shen strongly enough Ukrainians also say that an investigation into Perez was actually opened but had stalled long before the US pushed for Shokhin to be removed. The removal of shock and by the way was also actually strongly voiced for by our European allies as well. He did not have a very good reputation as far as all all the other countries helping Ukraine in the early days after their twenty fourteen revolution went other current and former Ukrainian government officials. It's also worth noting. Also say that the person who succeeded Shokhin US prosecutor general. They're found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the Biden's so here's Nunez after spending the last two weeks completely denigrating witnesses who claim that president trump was asking through just about everybody in our federal government and a few people outside of our federal. The government was asking Ukraine to interfere in our election after all but accusing every witness who sat through every hearing of lying and trying to frame the president hidden and now turns out as was actually doing the exact same thing that he was attacking denigrating witnesses for saying the president was trying to do. He was actually really in Europe. Trying to get Ukraine to implicate the Biden's in scandals and dirty them up a little bit heading into the next election. I Nunez for his part has denied the story he he calls it demonstrably false. He also says that he is planning on suing the media outlets that ran the stories namely CNN and the daily Beast Nunez was asked asked point blank the other day by a journalist whether he met with Shokhin and he said well. I can't comment because there is criminality here and there will be pending lawsuits. But if you've never ever met with Shogun saying that and that the allegations against you are completely false. Wouldn't complicate any potential legal proceedings. Only lying would do that. Seemed like a story like this may be easy to either prove or disprove but apart is promising to come forward with information he must have some compelling evidence to present remember remember partis was recently indicted. So he's looking to curry favor with prosecutors wasting their time with frivolous offers only anger them. Make Them WanNA throw the book at him even more make them less likely to show leniency. Plus if he's having his legal team do it. They must have something for his lawyer to offer something that he knows they wouldn't be able to prove VER- wouldn't be compelling evidence that would be borderline malpractice. You got the impression though that this entire cast of characters. Nunez Parnes Giuliani. They just all kind of deserve each other at this point. Giuliani said something. Very interesting. The other day he was asked whether he was concerned that trump would ever throw him under the bus and he said I'm not concerned but but if he does I have insurance the plot thickens since then. He's kind of walked out stateman back a little bit. He says he was being sarcastic. And that the real insurance does he has our files and files of dirt. Joe Biden if anything should happen to rudy. He sure didn't sound like he was being sarcastic. Though when you could you could see Giuliani divulging information on trump if all of a sudden trump decides to go the. You Know Giuliani listen. I barely know him. Route Giuliani speaking of an in more of a general sense. You just kind of wonder what happened to him. He used to be an absolute hero. I mean you ask anyone who spent any significant amount of time in New York City over the last twenty or thirty years. And they'll tell you that you could basically divide the modern history of New York City into two distinct time periods before Giuliani and after Giuliani. BG and Eiji if you will. That's how stark the difference is. You really did Clean Up New York City Michael Bloomberg. The mayor came in after him kind of inherited. A city on autopilot. Right after Giuliani it was on a cruise control for several years. He gets a lot of credit Bloomberg that is for being an effective mayor. But honestly you or I could have been there in the years after Giuliani gone similar results. If not better now of course bill de Blasios new mayor and he's basically taking it backwards the city's kind of regressing under him. But this whole Ukraine thing is slowly turning into the trump administration's white whale and it's happening right before our very eyes and what happened with the white whale and moby give on the destroying a half. The captain was obsessed with. Ah You get the impression that this cast of characters is not careful. The same thing is GonNa wind up happening to them. I mean I can't for the life of me figure out why president trump has walked away from the agenda that got him to the White House in the first place. Why is he wasting time chasing stories and Ukraine on whether Hunter Biden got got that job because of his father of course he did? I mean there is a story there and it deserves to be checked out. Hunter Biden doesn't know anything about Ukrainian guests companies. He's as far as we know what's he doing. Being on the board of one of them getting tens of thousands of dollars a month as much as eighty thousand dollars a month according to some reports for a position. I like that. It's thanks and it should be checked out but you mentioned at once or twice have your surrogates mentioned in on the campaign trail. That's something for staffers. To bring up you then leave it to the Internet. Message Boards to traffic in the conspiracy theories in the scandals. You just stick to the agenda items when you want ammunition against Joe Biden you say. He supports a pathway to legalization for eleven million undocumented immigrants. And if he gets elected he's GONNA push for that that's going to be more effective with your supporters than anything that Ukrainians can give you say when Obama and Biden came into office. The trade deficit with China was two hundred twenty billion dollars and when they left eight years later it was three hundred and forty billion more than fifty percent higher. That costs American jobs. After reaching a highlight your four hundred and twenty billion I being Donald Trump started getting tough with China and started going down this year. It's on pace to drop to three hundred fifty billion if you give me four more years it's going to keep dropping manufacturing between jobs are going to come back. Put Biden back in the White House and that's going to start growing again. Abidin administration will undo all the gains. We've made so far with the Obama and Biden and the White House there was no end to the seemingly endless conflicts. We were involved in all over the world and even when they tried to bring our troops home. They couldn't do it. They pulled pulled out of Iraq. So incompetently we got isis a mess. I'm trying to clean up. I mean there's a little more to all of these stories than just that but these are debates. The trump team should welcome but they should not welcome as the story that Ukraine has the server from the DNC. And that I don't know Clinton's missing thirty thousand. Emails are on it and that it was Ukraine that meddle in our election in two thousand sixteen and not Russia that talking point that it was Ukraine not Russia is pure Russian propaganda. It's literally the exact same talking point that is used by point and the Kremlin Russia's trying to frame Ukraine because Putin is trying to restore Russia to its former glory the fee successful and pulling Ukraine back into its orbit. Russia is by definition and empire again. If Ukraine successfully leaves Russia's forbidden it's not by definition and empire again so Ukraine is key for them. I mean for trump. This whole Russia thing comes down to money. Basically because trump spent the better part of the last three decades borrowing hundreds of millions of dollars from financial institutions here at home and then promptly losing. It banks won't lend to him anymore. He's he's too big of a risk. So where does he get money. Russia wealthy Russian individuals wealthy Russian investors. And as we all know no one gets rich in Russia were invest that money outside Russia without points permission so trump has to kiss up to Putin Putin has become in essence trump's banker if he turns off the spigot it all goes away the hotels the golf resorts helicopters the stakes. That universities. Those those things of which that haven't gone away already already it all vanishes so of course trump has to act the way he's acting towards poon but why keep giving your critics fodder why be so obvious about it y para the exact same talking points in the exact same way that Putin does that can't be ignored because they can't afford to be ignored and one of the main talking points being put forward by Russia currently is that it was Ukraine that tried to meddle in our election in two thousand sixteen Ukraine is currently at war. We tend to lose sight of that here in the states but there was actually a hot war going on right now in eastern Ukraine between Ukraine and Russia and has been since two thousand fourteen.

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"origina" Discussed on The David Banner Podcast

The David Banner Podcast

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on The David Banner Podcast

"The NFL to this day has never acknowledged that they did anything wrong in making an example of Colin Kaepernick. That's why Jay z should never have have done anything the NFL doesn't deserve our support from the greatest influences somebody who moves the you know the the weight part for the Jay Z. Jay Z. Moves without community he he you can't you can't go and support them when they haven't accepted the responsibility for what they did. Which is the wrong thing that what what they say is. We want you to be a good citizen as a player but we don't want you to be extraordinary. What's Catholic was doing which I don't even know that he realizes. Is it at the time he was doing something extraordinary. He was doing the kind of stuff that Malcolm in Martin de. He wasn't just you know passing out Turkeys down at the local. You know a community center or something like that. I'm not saying things wrong with that but I'm saying he was doing extraordinary thing. It's like we want you to be a good citizen but we don't want you to be great. We don't want you to be extraordinary and so when you send that would you send that message to the people who have the greatest voice ooh or unfortunate. I'm not saying this right but athletes are entertainers had the big platform in the greatest voice. Unfortunately that's a bad I wish I wish we were listening to other people who have committed themselves to some of these causes that live in breathe it every day but one of the things that I will say Leon. You let you try man wanting things that will say that. Malcolm said I think personally personally that we put too much weight on entertainers because most of them are not smart enough to speak on oil. I won't let maybe not say smarter but that's not the that's not what the excellence is. That's not what the intelligence is if you notice when I talk about this all the time when in ASPIC ON CNN although most of the time I crush it most of the time but look at who I'm debating right. I'm debating lawyers when he come when I'm debating with. White folks undebated lawyers scientists doctors teachers. They don't put what's the white boy name with the rebel flag. I used to be a rapper Kira Kid. They don't put kid rock in front of me right right right but we allow artists then we asked artists artists the wrong questions so our people have been socially engineered into the position that a ah are in now that scientific. We need social engineers to speak. We're is our black intelligence Belinda Linden. Let me go let me go back to to what we were talking about. In terms of the representation in the guidance Mark Garrett goes us. One criminal attorney should not have been referenced. I don't know how they got to him. That's a mystery to me. We talked about that earlier. About how do you decide who you're going to. I don't know I wish if I could talk to cabinet or I'll get to him. That's curious to me how did in when his when his uh-huh and when they went to him he was involved in influencing a have to believe eighty to some degree their decision to to wrap bath confidentially if they were talking to me. I would say hey man. Here's my you remember how you say it. The other day you told me and I forgot about our conversation. You said you came it was an nfl matter or something in it came into the office and I'd seen it come across my inbox or something and I saw that this deal was being offered to you to do something and it was eric read every Edry agree he said he said he talked about people. I did. That's why you you picked Cabernet Call Cabernet. I was thinking about this but you said you came into my office to do something. Are you pick something up or whatever and we cross passing. I stopped. You and you said I said to you. Let me tell you this is what happened. I got had a real big business. Deal that came in right and during that time it was a hot button topic but I was in business mode and I wasn't even really thinking about it and that was one of the things that I was gonna say after because we're GONNA get to some resolution yeah go find something to resolve this awesome awesome steps that people can can can use order to find their moral compass but one of the things that I do is I put people around me that I respect i. I know that I wanted people that Lee looks too. I respect Origina- I respect Li. I respect you so a lot of times. We're not always he's GonNa be perfect morally so when you put yourself around people that you respect and this particular case all. Jonathan told me he was like David David Ben. Are you sure to something you WanNa do at the time I ain't no would foggy Tomo this braid and then I know Jonathan. He's never said anything like that to me before swollen ready and I was like oh no. We're not doing this bullshit so then when I came back you remember I I said. What did I say thank you so much. Shit was happening. You need people around. You just like fucked up idea so he made sure that I was corrected but I think that's one of the things like you say. Even what's representation. You have to have people who an lying or you in learning was unbelievable. Share your values are you may not have any values at all and put people around you. I used to do that with the girls that I dated like when I didn't know certain things or I will find someone who was better than me or I felt that was better than me and they helped mold me into the person person that I am but most of the People Excuse Me Jonathan in Regina most people put Dick Suckers around him or bloodsuckers around him who they don't want that but bad from you anyway and they're going to replace you 'cause they. Have somebody else you know so even in that case when you did that. I was like dude that show me your moral compass 'cause that. I didn't really had nothing to do with you more than what if anything would affect you because you didn't a piece of that too I would. I would say I would say in the you know I I like to think I know what the conversation went like with Garett goes and cabinet in Eric read when when they resolve their case and I'd probably be safe to say that Marghera gross did not think about the big picture and how that would rest with the rest of the community it may be didn't even care about it and maybe didn't say that to them so that's why I say. It's very important that you have people around you. Share that share your your causes that understand your community the the big picture as opposed to co okay. They got who knows. We don't know what kind of money was on the table. We we have no idea today how much money was on the table but what I what I do know is that when that money got broke off been Mark Garrett goes got paid his money. I remember when the when the the was it. The press letter went out is I'd say Gary goes and Garett goes on his letterhead. You know he's out there marketing for himself. He puts out the the the press press release that talks about the case being settled you know and it's just marketing man nets. US continuing to empower others to just make money off of us so saying that let me ask you this question. I heard one of our favorite albums here at the David Banner Pie Caz is what sally better is by Freddie gives and on the album most deficit something that was so powerful he said it's tasty for a few but murderous for the group and when I noticed happens because of the bag they'll go and pay one black person and and if that black person isn't influenced her because actually somebody said this morning on instagram difference between being a fan and in and worshiping somebody making the fucked up shit that they do right just because you like the fucking music you know and and like I whoa Whoa is that is there something that you think that we can do because they'll go pay one black person and I noticed that in the music industry what they'll do is I started a lot of those owners of those music companies were lawyers X. Lawyers and the accountants stuff so what they would do is they will give one black person a whole bunch of money no that they wouldn't promote these artists right and then blame it on the black person or give the money to them and say well if this person supports them like you know if somebody do some races then they're gonna go get the Big Basketball Player of the biggest football player the biggest rapper and in the eyes of the rest of America and to a lot of black people. I I think that is correct or that is okay now. What about a another reason why Jay z maybe should have thought more deeply about what that image look like of him sitting with Roger Goodell and the influence that had you know on the community because we they know they under the that they did that specifically if they were concerned about social issues have a thought leader leader who is committed to social issues in that room classical so we're just flat out wish a main beef with the NFL my main beef with the NFL is that they that they made an example of somebody that they say they want on these teams a good citizen he was an extraordinary citizen they may they lynched him in front of all of other players with the intent on keeping them quiet so that they never stepped gotTa Lot. That's my main issue with him so you don't think it. Gowan none of that was Karen Export for doing that deal where he offered his contract. Man People opt out of contracts. He wasn't playing playing great. Let's keep it real on the football he he would've he. You think you could have been a backup. No live your man. I'm no. I'm no player personnel person. I know enough about football to know that Colin happening. Today is better than half half of the players that I disagree okay well. That's a different conversation. We'll go. We'll go on one of these other shows in the morning the key he's not ready okay. What can they do on okay. Okay out about it the end of the day. That's just wouldn't matter okay. He is true but what I will say is not even true but either way thing that Ryan Kazeem speeds you'd better than that. I don't know man I honestly wouldn't but my point is this point is this. They knew what they were doing. Because they saw the people that were around him. It became bigger than football and then white boys knew that so as much as we want to bring it back down the football no no they're breaking the spirits of black people they blatant breaking the spirits of black people and we can get specific for profit right for about football la basketball or social justice. They did that and they did what they did to him. Purposely because of the rally in that people did now now if if black people wouldn't have gotten around him and it was it make such a big deal. I don't think it would went. One way or another. Way Really wouldn't have mattered to them. One one way or another they they saw an opportunity to break the spirits of black people in any other player who decided to do anything like him. He Neil replanning he he knew steals from the dolphins he still playing yeah. Yes yes sobek's what D- I'm not saying no no no no the NFL. I don't know if you go back you yet. They're kneeling but cabinet is it has he lost his livelihood based upon him taking a stance and they did what they needed to do by Lynch and him. That's all it matters. That's what the that's what all other place you. We're sitting here. You know you you know if you go back and look at when all of the players band together in finally stood for something it's win. They personally got attacked. Oh when trump trump called. Sob's right settlements. It's been all of them..

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"origina" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"For nintendo switch in europe on november nineteenth twenty nine thousand nine with the release in the to follow in the first quarter of twenty twenty so i love bubble bobble origina- arcade classic played the halloween back in the day at home. I'm also a huge fan of the sequel rainbow islands which is a super-duper slept on classic gain. Okay brilliant game was there to bubble yeah. Rainbow islands was the secrets of bubble bobble. They and then parasol stars was was the sequence of that third. Yes it's worth bubble bobble four the number four friends and it's multi. I think what they're suggesting that for people comply agree but then they call this a sequel in there. I was like wait. Is there never ever been a bubble all too or is there a bubble chain that i'm not sure unless i'm missing. I've been like super bubble. Blah blah that but the the the the the general goes bubble bubble rainbow islands pasol stars considered the trip ticket bubble bobble <hes> the idea playing bubble bobble with four players is very exciting to me a little bit annoyed that the the the europeans i i but when this comes out i insist that you potty mode that you invite me to it deal and we're gonna raise made. We're gonna bring jared petty back from the ah jared. Jared jared is bouncing off the walls right now this news oh don't yogis bubbling and bobbling racer leaving early access on august twenty ninth ladies gentlemen. It's been a long show. You did great with the reader male. I think we inserted some of it did or would you just yell at you the whole time now. He's yeah well. It's been a great.

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"origina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You start buying. Now they lowered origina- markets being pushed out and we go now ten fifteen percent get into it. And I'll make sure that we get you on the other side, if you don't think so you just need to gang here play the clip here for you. Okay. Here's, here's what you'll hear from working investors when you at two o'clock, ESPN you check and see what to do at your stock. Here's what it's like here we go looking at Caterpillar right now in Caterpillar, we've just been washing this one and it drop today. It's still red, and we're still down in the twenties down here. That's why would saying we can't really by long yet. We really can't short it. You so that's just a little excerpt from it. That's what you get. You get a complete this little extra. I don't have time but they tell you exactly what to do what he says. It's red. What we're following is the color coded chart. Doesn't that make sense at the instant, the biggest institutions are pulling the money out at turns are color co-chair read, why the hell would we be buying it? But you're told the vice stuff every day when stocks the money is being pulled out because they're telling you five based on fundamentals. What are you out of your mind based on front amends fundamentals? Don't apply anymore because companies don't operate like they used to the CEO's don't care anymore about margins they don't so.

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"origina" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on The Good Fight

"So I think the response in which government can become involved with which it's better to let things take a natural. Course, I guess know, something like the United States that is something that always happened from the bottom up, and it strikes me that it's actually continuing to happen from bottom up a lot of minority groups in the United States who out marry shoot rates that has long time of juice. But it's also true Asian-Americans true. Latinos, Ackley and is much more of the mountains when it used to be. And it strikes me as interesting in the public discourse in the United States and to some extent in Europe as well that this is both Papp's underplayed, but people actually answer where of that phenomenon. And that there's a certain reluctance to celebrate it because it perhaps sounds as we requiring people to give up the culture and certain kind of wit, which is not what it is. Right. I mean, certainly, I don't think. States had policy to requiring Americans to stop strongly identifying with Ireland to stop into marrying of people whose roots lay in Ireland. And yet, I think we can look back at last hundred fifty years of American history and say, it's a good thing that the sort of strict line between origina- talents and wasps has started to blend and a wonderful that shouldn't flanked how we think about the future of multi-ethnic society. But you're too young to remember this. I'm not as young as he think you're in your thirties. And so today's world in the world we mix in has much less prejudice than in the era. I grew up in the air. I grew up in an I watched I have studied firsthand the decline of prejudice in certain areas. I mean when I was growing up it would have been very bold for a black person. Barry, why person it would be very bold for an Asian person to marry outside of the community. You know, homophobia was rampant. Okay. And almost like accepted. I remember, Margaret Thatcher. I became conservative party leader. You know, my dad's saying to me will she's never going to win the election because the country will never liked woman to be prime minister. So I kind of watched these prejudices thankfully in slip away of time. And so I think really what it is. It's people becoming comfortable with the fact that the way society's developed in a much more tolerant and open minded way is a good thing. Not a bad thing. The older generation is actually shifted its position and the younger generations really never been gripped by prejudice in the same way in a lot of different areas. So I think this is all positive, and I think in the end, by the way, we will overcome all of these problems because I think ultimately the future lies, incoming tippety the future lies in being open minded, and I often say to people the big political divide days really between the open minded and the. Close minded, but you can get close by the people of the left as well. As the right. I have a question that action, which is that strikes me an accurate analysis of what's going on in many places party structures haven't quite caught up that open close divide that certainly seems to be the most lively political debate going on. But isn't that a great risk which is to say that if we end up with one set of parties who stand for we open society, and we live in the moxie, which depends on the possibility of McRae. Attic alternation of the government sometimes being able to lose because people are sick and tired of them want. Somebody new in. That means the closed side is going to win a lot of time. And that we need to close to win in order to have a real democracy..

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"origina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:32 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Happy new year. Happy new year to you, John. Oria? Good didn't call game last night. Okay. Cooling this soon. I talked about my my change in position with with sports. Of course. So what what happened this year and move to do less games and color more games on the panel on the version of code. Way better than Curtis. His. We saw when when this was it's a it's a lot less money. Semi retired is on telling people, which is absolutely not true. So when I was asked about why degree they're making this change. I came back to me. And then I used to work with the sharks. When Greg Davidson, the president was sharks us three times. He called me onto the carpet. And he said three things to be different times that should have struck should've stuck with me, and I should have remembered them, but you guys know me, I'm not very smart. So I forget these types of things it should be life changing altering put me on a better path. The first time you got me in. I said something was going to happen on the ice. His face off whining happening. Exactly. Like, you said it was going to the ducks scored eighty. And I called the coach. A coach on the next day. I got called me office and Greg James just because you're right. Does it make you bulletproof? One. Should remember that the second time mentioned something on the air. That I probably shouldn't have inside information and contain sits had to meet a second time, you know, too much for you as a broadcaster. That's a dangerous thing. Number two. You're learning. I didn't I didn't learn anything. For the third one. And this is what I get to this is, you know, it's it's come around. Again, the third one. When I was talking to you, both the sharks are playing in a particular stretch of games, they playing very well. Greg. Greg. Kirkwood again. And he said, drew your honesty isn't always appreciated around. What a great way to put it. And that actually came back this summer when I was told that I was moving. I was told that my honesty wasn't always. Well. Changes. Here's the thing. Did you ever ask these people that tell you this? If if you can't be honest, and you can't say what you see. Then when the team actually is good. The why why if I'm a viewer? Why would I put any stock into you praising at team when you have no negative when you have no criticism for a team. Because to me if you're critical of a team when they deserve to be criticized, then when you say something praising the team, then it carries some weight, if you don't then that's all you do is either praised the team or just kind of go gotta go along with the program until you can praise a team. It carries no weight whatsoever. And I'm just I'm dumbfounded that more people. Don't don't realize that. Maybe they just don't care. I think more they don't care that exact discussion with Kevin constantly with the time when Greg Jamison left Kevin became there's an older, and he became the guy that would call me after games and getting out of many many discussion. And my my saying to him was if I can't critique the team, honestly, can I praise them with any credibility? And he said if you want to be a journalist, here's what happens makes thirty five thousand dollars a year. Let's fly commercial in two thousand motels. You wanna be journalist? It's all yours. Which was a pretty good argument. See, you know, what I'll be honest with you. I I that's that's a lame argument Compton. Because you know, what they want drew? I mean, they wanted to be marketing arm. Infomercial for the for the team. And look, I get you. Don't want to have your broadcasters crushing your team that doesn't make good business. There's a way you can do. There's gotta be a balancing act and they don't want that balancing act. They don't see the. I mean, they Bill woman people love Bill wall. He's recrossed the clippers. I mean when I was playing for the clippers. They I'd go home and like watching the gauges to see what he had to say, we're planning Portland one time. And he goes, oh, the inmates clearly running the asylum here. Crushes it is. But people love that about him. I mean, he was honest, and he was kind of goofy. And I think they could probably sell it as oh that's just Bill, you know, don't pay too much attention to Bill. But I mean, I I think is an if I'm watching a team I want the broadcaster to be honest with me now, you can be honest from the viewpoint of the home team because that's who your viewers are. But you can't you can't toward a sugar coat everything. And I think, you know, here's what happens drew. I think when the broadcaster says stuff, and they're critical of the team then the season ticket base and the people that are viewing the game. Wanna call the GM on the carpet wanna call the coach on the carpet munition. We see that too. We know what he's talking about it. We want change, and they don't want to have to deal with that when they don't have to. So I think it's, you know, it's it's all this seaway CYA crap that people are dealing with. And it's a lot easier to just never broadcaster the sugar coats, everything, and they don't have to deal with the fans calling and saying, hey, drew said there's a drew said that it's a bunch of garbage is what it is. But you're right. Keep your job. You got to play the game. I guess you do was for me. I I listen to my core. You shouldn't insulted fans intelligence. Yup. They know when you're full of crap they know when you're when you're not on the shoulder and tell them it's raining. They know. And and I think most fans almost into two key would want honesty before anything broadcasters. I might be we know minority. No. I think you're right. Hey, if you're like have you ever happier age, you could just jump on Twitter and say, hey, if you like my analysis VIN Momis, send me a dollar, but everybody does nowadays. Everyone else to pay their way, exactly. Oh, my goodness gracious. So the so the. Most people might do a go. Get rid of me now. The sharks are kind starting to look like the sharks. So we thought they look like. Yeah. Yeah. They really are. They move, you know, which we've talked about this law guys those guys just to the point where they start to really care about the regular season. And they start to understand that they've got something special. So the engine. Couple of weeks ago, and Peter did or and Pierce. We started talking about the team and where. I was Carson. And he said, you know, he knows what people saying in Canada. Why is there crash innocuous slow start? What's going on with him? And he said last two weeks ago. He said this guy is not yet scratch the surface of how good he is. And how he will be able to show people coach against them. You know when when he was coaching in eastern in Florida, not jersey. So he. You just wait guy starts to really get going. And now you get going with fourteenth street now. Yeah. He's gonna list with Paul Coffey way. So how's the latest defenseman of our the last past generations? He's on the list now. Point streak because just Justin games. So it's me. Absolutely. What he's doing right now, and you can tell he's starting to be really really comfortable playing with the sharks. And he's no longer in. You're the guy that kind of brought this up to me. He no longer thinking before he does something you talked about being being happy being actually just kind of comes as instinct you can practice you think like journey game. It's all instincts. Right. Absolutely. If you think during the game, you're screwed. Yeah. Exactly. And so he now you can tell he's he's just playing now Joe starting to feel healthier. Yeah. I watched a couple of weeks ago. He's not even on he should ninety percent. He some other things bothering them at his age and kind of come back to those two major surgeries even ninety percent. Joe's pretty damn good. And you can see that starting to go. I think he said something else that was really interesting bunch, Gordon, Joe. Media room. It's pretty hard to be solved. I love that was great about Joe. And he does have that you chose not even on that first politics. Greatest passer, we have seen in the last since Wayne Gretzky is not on the power play unit for the San Jose Sharks. Wow. This week. We just healthy is see what happens here, and you can just see the team starting to play. You can just see they're starting to really believe that they've got something special. And they are they are team that since that they can really do something you'll Calgary surprise teams in the Pacific sharks. Now, what does sound five in a row for the sharks and auto on Saturday? I'll be actually I'm doing that can't undo Jenner game on Saturday and in San Jose. Hi, I'm piss anybody off my that's my that's my Christmas bonus. You watch Ottawa. Eight zero. So that I do that game. But they sharks are team. Now that you can see the depth is really starting school. I think. Yeah. Okay. Three bounced off guys, but still they were positioned scored the guys at scored no different different players. A lot of different people involved. It's not just the same Kathy characters putting up points. So it's they're starting to play man. We're starting to look like a team that can get on it. I think one of the things that's underrated in every sport. Is Erik Carlson comes over. It was kind of an emotional trade for him to come down here. It's not only what's going on on the ice. Who is you know, how it is around here finding your way around here and and getting comfortable and all those things and then you've got these teammates and all this kind of stuff. And now, it just seems like overall he just seems comfortable on the ice off the ice everything. And it just takes time. It does. It calls tire to until this year with the Ottawa in a market where every time she came off the ice who was on the ice cameras on he walked into and everybody came to talk to him. And he was the guy in Ottawa. He was the man now he comes to a new team with big personalities huge personality to Joe Thornton returns. And losing. He's a big personality too. And it takes time to yourself to your teammates to as you said your your situation, and he went through. Let's not forget he went through a whole thing last year with with his baby being stillborn. I mean, that's an awful thing. And he was I remember talking on before the book because we we did the game we did Ottawa origina- last year, and he was so excited about the person that's going to take a toll. All the BS online about what happened between him and his family, and my Costner's girlfriend allegedly sorry and all that stuff. I mean, he went to a lot up and down emotionally and and had to take a toll on. And so now just to let that go. And and just be able to play in the one thing that the sharks while they do a lot of things one thing the organization does really well, they take away all that stuff. All those peripheral Pat Riley used to say peripheral opponents, the ones that we're going to beat you. The sharks. Do a great job as an organization taking away the peripheral opponents and now you can just see that golsen starting to play. Race skating on the ice the smile on the bench yesterday. We took by the way, you know, what? Okay, Eric, I get it. You've got a great mane of hair. You don't have to keep throwing in my face. Take the helmet off. All right. Keep the helmet on every once in a while for crying out loud. Challenge. Chelsea never going to get over. You can just tell you face says, it all we look at this team in the one thing we noticed it. I think we talked about it last year throughout the course of the play offs that makes his team different than than past additions is adapt that they have it's not just about the top line. Well, I mean, you could clarify say they have more top lines than they've had before they just have a whole bunch of guys they roll through. Then you're like damn that guys on that line like they can get after they could score and even to the fourth line. They get guys they could do some damage and you start looking at this team and seeing the names and the and the the fact that they couldn't have been six guys with twenty plus goals at the end of the end of the year more playmakers than they've ever had a we've talked about Jones to it's gonna it'll come down to how he plays at the end and during the playoffs, but the drive no doubt. This is a team. They can get it done with with four lines that may not gonna completely roll them evenly. But they they just have more depth than more skill than they've ever had. Without a doubt. And that's and that's the key for that team. There's not a huge drop off in The Fourth Way, and certainly not on defensive. He's not a big drop off. And when you when you look at how Peter w all lanes. He usually does roll them pretty much. He likes to the team to get into a rhythm match lanes. He doesn't need him up very much. So that allows guys to develop the chemistry and consistency..

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"origina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on KGO 810

"New year as usual every Sunday from nine to ten we hear about places to go and things to do those things that you do when you're not working. I have a couple of items here and a bunch of items at nine fifty. So be listening about nine fifty. I've got a couple of things that are going to blow your mind. Absolutely. You're going to say, no that's not right. And then you're going to check it out. And you got it is right, anyway, we're getting into that. But now we go in and find out what those two big ships are doing and beautiful San Francisco harbor. Hey, good morning, drums. What's going on in our in our bay there? I think there are two cruise ships there. But maybe just one well, you may be looking at the lower again is that. All right. So Hornblower in behind it was sticking out just enough. Okay. Well, what is this over? Ship in this. Well, is it art cruise ship? No, it's Giancarlo contract. Oh, were you told us we have to now? A hundred nine thousand Hudson ship is only twenty eight thousand tons. That thing is only twenty eight thousand tonnes. That's it. Get on it. It could sink any minute. No. I don't think so actually is silver whisper, which is one of the most luxurious shifts in the world. It's see cruises. And she only holds three hundred people's oh, that's good pastors. And of course, you like those one to one ratio on one on one or two crew. That's it. Absolutely. Hey, she's actually on her world cruise and her next. Stop is. She's heading over to DVD for. Nights. So, but yeah, puppy update. Sydney. A little Bora Bora. Roar. And Auckland, Sydney, but. The starting price on that one. If you want to catch at twelve thousand dollars per person. Twelve thousand how many days. It is. Fourteen fourteen days for twelve thousand. Do you have to pay for food? Also. Dorsey. Everything's included. Oh, oh, silver. See you talked about this in the past. So this is the this is the four seasons Ritz Carlton compared to. Yeah. Compared to. Folks are source seaboard region, crystal. That's okay. Actually, they're now owned by Royal Caribbean. Yeah. They got the Caribbean. You'll you told you to you corrected me. You're right. Okay. But it's hard to believe, you know, we're learning looking at the toward Alaska ready. So out of San Francisco, you know, the prices are going to start for about eleven hundred dollars per person. But you know, January it's it's obviously too cold for Alaska. There's a lot of last minute opportunities tonight. Mexican era from five hundred and forty nine dollars per person. Out of San Francisco down to Mexico before there's going to be three Hawaii sailings from twelve twenty three. Those are the fifteen nights, Alex. Are you are is Alaska too soon the book? No that's a good time to book, especially if you're wanting the brand is because the prices will go up significantly. Oh, something that you're you're thinking about doing now is definitely the time. And actually, I had some people asking about the, you know, the company that was founded in San Francisco, which was seaboard and wanted to know if there are any last minute seven forty nine. Failings available. There are the ship sailing between say Martin and Barbados. Oh, interesting. Okay. Pricing on on seaborne. Honesty is still as low as twenty four ninety nine per person. Which I mean, you know, we're talking one most beautiful ships in the world. Yeah. Yeah. And just a quick look at the Mediterranean. Plenty of opportunities for seven night Mediterranean sailing around here Barcelona or round trip to Vecchio which supports for Rome. Origina- pick or one of the biggest surprises Royal Caribbean is sending back wishes to the seas. Which is one of the four aways class ships the largest of the world, and I actually found a couple of sailings starting from just ninety nine per person for okay, good. You get a chance to see Polidori. Orca spayed, Marseilles, France Spazio for Chico terra, Florence PISA, aerobic high. Okay. Last week, you went along, and I had to apologize. Because they didn't have enough time or hotels. So you can now here's what I want you to do. I don't care where you wanna go in the world cruise. All.

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"origina" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Whereas just acoustic guitar which is great which is yet again or rations of the Macedonian songs, which I'm fine with of you know, they took your fashion sense. Very interesting. She's like, yeah. No for the cycle. I just wanna to have most most things don't cost more than sixty dollars because I bought them from stores associate or close. So just great the way she presented herself visually on mass deduction. I thought it was fascinating this bold. Like almost Butch like the slake strong confident sexualize origina- for cell. You'll like that was a direct result of the exposure of like performing with T swift than having like eight a relationship that was literally in tabloids tablets care about cariballo vying. Like all of a sudden, even even fucking Hillary like the the music off of self titled, obviously various that was very successful on its own. It was album of the year in a bunch of publications, but it wasn't like mainstream in the way that mass deduction was like I saw ads for mass deduction. She did a bunch of performances like high profile shows, and like, and it was the commentary on like this sudden new exposure that she'd gotten to the country, you know, so I feel like a lot of the times we sort of compare her to like Bowie or prince sometimes or like like this these sort of legendary people, but like who are peers like who would you say is in the same level is her like who who are contemporaries Lana. Del Rey kidding. Thing is like I don't know that she has them in the same sense. Like, I I can't think of other musicians who are putting out work like this right now. And that's why she gets compared to Bowie in print so much 'cause she's a good time. God she's and she just such a singular entity in another self 'cause donors exactly what she's doing. She's not like the modern day fucking leader for the eighties guitarist gonna go female can rock. I would almost say Genucel Monet, but they're John reser, quite utterly the hip thing. I think in terms of cultural visibility that feels about right because you're very openly queer. Yeah. With every romances. Yeah. But the other thing is because I mean, I'm thinking about other female from two groups are acts like she's surpass churches serve. You know? I'm sorry. Diverges chavez. That's true. I feel like they could have been considered peers at one point riches churches. Yeah. At one point. They they would they they probably did play. Yeah. Together. Out there. I think the level she's at right now. I think she's like the national. I think that level can expertise better than than I agree. I mean, I agree with especially with the recent stuff compared to their streets and stuff. But I think she's at about that level in terms of like exposure exactly being able to sell it probably the same types of news way, because actually arcade, even like Beck, currently, you know, with his standard in well three years ago. I would have said arcade fire was on a different level. I think maybe pink probably now they are probably on a similar level 'cause like arcade fire was selling out arenas for a bit of the they are not anymore. Correct. But they were and I don't think she at least with her career thus far. There's no way she could sell out in arena for more information checkup. Previous Tigers episodes on Beck and the Orcades fire. You. At that out. People were familiar with these artists were. Yeah. No. I don't think anyone listening to the Saint Vincent episode doesn't back an Arctic fire that being said though, you don't have she's on the precipice of I feel like really proved she's on the principles about pop hit. Like, I could see her maybe not like top ten or something like that. She could break through the top forty radio play fast. Slow disco could have been I know it feels like it was a hit that wasn't you know, almost swift or something again, I like it a lot just to be on one girls episode. Facile disco needed to be about twenty clicks faster. And then it would have been a hit hit a club would have been like played in gay clubs, especially with that video club video literally just again club all of these bears and leather she she looks so fucking rated. She's like sweating like pushing all these whether cornices around was just like you go the love this. Yeah..

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"origina" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"origina" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mike blunt, NewsRadio KFI woodland city and county crews teamed up with homeless outreach organization fourth and hope to move about forty people from a makeshift tents city to help those displaced temporary shelters been set up in the city's old jail. The temporary shelter will be open for forty five days for people who were living in the camp. Those who want to live in the jail must participate in public health and mental health services about a dozen people have moved into that temporary shelter. So far the apple watch can now tell if you haven't irregular heart rhythm and new software update was released Thursday for the apple watch series four. It features a includes a feature that can monitor heart rhythms and identify a common form of irregular heart rhythm, apple watch users can take a reading of their hearts electrical signal by. Holding a finger on the crown of watch anybody over the age of twenty two can use the new feature. Federal regulators cleared apple for its electrocardiogram app in September after conducting a study well six metro Detroit doctor is accused of running a nearly half billion dollar opioid scheme. The indictment alleges that the owner of a pain clinic Dr origina- both route along with five doctors who worked for him over prescribed addictive. Opioids patients within allegedly forced to undergo painful services in order to get their prescriptions. Refilled a voluntary recall of the blood pressure drug. Vol sardine is being expanded Mylan pharmaceuticals generic drug company based in Pennsylvania is now recalling all unexpired lots of art and after trace amounts of NDA were detected in the medicine in DA is considered a possible carcinogen and recalls by other drug companies began last summer, I'll start and is commonly used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure and heart attack patients, but news releases other medications can be. Described as an alternative you US border patrol arrests on the Mexican border jumped seventy eight percent in November from the year before to the highest level in the Trump presidency with families and children accounting for a majority of the arrests for a third straight month. The agency made nearly fifty two thousand arrests the fourth straight month-to-month increase more than twenty five thousand arrests were people who came as families nearly four times the same period as last year and members of the migrant caravan returning home. There are reports that say about a thousand members of the caravan of already left shelters near the border in Mexico and heading for Honduras. The San Diego union Tribune is reporting. The members of the caravan who left this week or set off with hugs and folksongs paper also reporting that dozens of the migrants have found work new to wanna while thousands are still hoping for a chance to make it into the United States. It's five forty at NewsRadio K K..

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"origina" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"origina" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Your top local story one thirty the latest on the fire emergency atrocities in California. The return of Santana wins. Bad news, posing new challenges for those on the fire. Lines of the massive Wolsey fire. That's been devastating LA in Ventura County right now fire crews are battling sudden flare ups in Malibu west hills and the bell canyon area. We have in depth team coverage and extent seventies. Margaret correlates in west hills. Where we have as you just heard had some flare ups there. She has a live report from valley view and bell canyon. People are just standing around. They are watching this ongoing firefight with some smolder. It was some smoldering still some smoke coming from the hillsides, although I'm not seeing a whole lot of open flame. Which is certainly very good news. They have hand crews all over the hillside here. The hillside goes from the bottom bell canyon up to the top of wiz cassette drive. They've been trying to keep the flames from getting into any of those homes, and so far they've been doing very good job of that. With those hand crews, cutting the lines and that coupled with water drops from the air, certainly keeping the fire at bay here. This man told me he had a real close call in his backyard earlier this morning when the flare ups began he lives in the west hills area at the end of Stagg street. Hello there. Right over there. Hundred feet big baller. Big baller. Five. Dan's heavy, Brown, black smoke and all that began to come to us over here. That's why you're having coffee coffee then dig. Of smoke and fire and then put my coffee down right away began to evacuate people to get another wing and stuff. Look what happened our the five tapered off and things we've to calm down after that. He's certainly grateful for the fire Cousy got out there and made sure that fire was kept at bay. Now. I'm hearing they should be getting a pretty good handle on the fire here along bell canyon. But they're going to be keeping an eye on it for at least the next at least the next hour or so to make sure things do not flare up again with the winds periodically gusting pretty hard out in this area. I'm also hearing there is some more activity out towards the coast on the other side of the one on one perhaps near Malibu canyon road area. Because of the fact that these winds are pushing from the northeast to the southwest gonna start making my way in that direction. Reporting live in the west hills area, I'm Margaret caro- back to you in the studio. All right, one west hills resident is still keeping a close eye on his home. Even though he and his family actually moved out on Friday when the Wolsey fire started approaching Mike lattes been doing that through remote cameras. He's got set up around the house Intel's KFI. Axes family just recently moved to west hills from San Francisco, and it's been terrifying to see the new home being threatened by this monster fire. It's definitely very stressful. And you see it on TV, and you happen to me get down here in your backyard is pretty greasy. And the land says he and his family really didn't hesitate to evacuate once. They realize how close the fire was getting let's go now to argue p Demetrio he's been moving through the fire zone. We've got him live with us Pete. What he's saying right now, I'm on the backside of Pepperdine university. We've got a couple of LA county fire hawk helicopters that are coming in for landing on the front lawn there. They're going to replenish with water. And then go back and hit the back side of the backside of the university here at Pepperdine. And also the back side of the hills near the Hughes research laboratories now there is a line of flame to this coming up from Los version is canyon just pay just in front of the tunnel there in moving toward the top of the hill. They're trying to get a handle on the water drops through retardant drops to. Relit from slopping over the top of the hill, then moving down through the brush toward the Pepperdine campus and to the Hughes research laboratories, it's about I'd say half a mile away in about origina- half away. But all the same. They're not taking any chances the one advantage. They have right now. Besides air power because it's hard for this thing to re for hard for anyone to reach. It is that winds here are very very calm. Almost dead. Calms matter of fact, the smoke is going straight up as long as that happens. Well, they'll be able to get in front of it as much as they can to try to either cut line on the ground of the dose up there or keep hitting it with water and retardant from above reporting live near Pepperdine on Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the city Malibu's been one of the hardest. Hit communities in the Wolsey fire mayor Rick Mullen, tells Kennex problems may not be over this one started way up by the one eighteen went through oak park and the Gora and then like a speeding freight train made it down to Malibu, and what that means is it came to Malibu on a very broad front. Not only did one canyon get affected, but multiple canyons got affected. Some of this fuel out here that hasn't burned for fifty years or more. Maybe since the nineteen fifties has a lot of potential energy. And and all of that can be essentially an incinerator for somebody in the wrong positions. Mullen says that despite some confusion about evacuation orders, he's happy that people have left for safety. He says well, many are nervous about their home says they have to be patient lead. Fire crews do their job they can even think of going back continuing.

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"origina" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"origina" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"Well i'll i'll say i was gonna say modell's probably one of the worst places you can pick to go oh well we lost kelly but the dog just a managed to serve out the fourth said after winning a challenge you with hawkeye system so we're definitely go to a fisa here so it's gonna be tough so i'm gonna take quick break to watch the rest of this match the comeback to finish out the rest of the show all i can say is after that men's semifinal is wow novak djokovic prevailing over rafael the dull in the maj that took over five hours including the play of yesterday and about two and a half hours today so i i mean joke is gotta be exhausted but you know each still can't be in worship than anderson after playing a basically seven hours so you know it is what it is but it's still pretty incredible of the match that we just had a an all time classic between the joke veg and rafael the doll joke vich prevailing in the fifth set ten eight you know basically had every run of most between both players joke vich openly questioning whether us going to pull this one out at certain points i mean you you definitely get tell that he really wanted this one just as proved that he was truly back and on top of his game for nidal i mean it's it's disappointing because you know he is getting up there in age but no shame in the feet he had djokovic just played out of his mind with some of the shots he hits the dull had his chances just missed on a couple of winners here and there but you know all in all i mean both guys played in credible match and i would still say that joke which deserves to be the heavy favourite coming into tomorrow against kevin anderson said anderson playing that many games against is ner the second day i mean the dumps affect has to be so brutal for him tomorrow i'm not sure if he went to set tomorrow i'll be perfectly outta i be pretty surprised if you wanna set tomorrow just because i gotta think the lactic acid built up in his arms as be like immeasurably painful but you know we'll see how it goes but i would say joke vich is without question a heavy favourite here and most likely what you're gonna get is a case where you see jovic win straightsets but you know hopefully we we get a good match up here though i am always hopeful for nice of men's woman and final that's always a fun thing that watch on a sunday early morning but we'll see but we got nestle classic of a match between joke origina doll so if you did not see it i'm sure espn will be airing that usually they have the replay of wimbledon coverage on the weekends as well so we'll we'll see what they show but yeah just incredible match up now coming up next because wimbledon does not end here folks that was just a resumption.

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