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New York will turn Citi Field into a 'mega' Covid vaccination site, mayor says

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

New York will turn Citi Field into a 'mega' Covid vaccination site, mayor says

"In New York City, opening the week of January, 25th. As the mayor spoke, he was dawning, a Mets jersey and baseball cap. It is amazing news, you might say, And it's ah, such a welcome moment. Starting January, 25th Citi Field will be a 24 hour vaccination site. The Mets organization has stepped up to the plate to help us out. Team owner Steve Cohen joined the mayor. He says he wants to do his part to help the community. Have think of any way that's more important than what what what this effort is. Citi Field is expected to handle up to 7000 vaccinations a day and all New Yorkers can come out, the mayor says. Even Yankee fans Julia Papa 10. 10 wins news. Well, folks don't need a study to tell us that thanks

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Discussing Irregular Flights

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:42 min | Last week

Discussing Irregular Flights

"All right an air sung to have a lynn. Dhcp six three hundred registration papa. To alpha sierra mike performing a flight from bogan to back bach papa new guinea with seven passengers and two crew was accelerating for takeoff from mogens runway one to when the aircraft via right off the runway prompting the crew to reject takeoff the aircraft went over a drain. The nose gear collapsed. Came to a stop to a position with coordinates that i'm not going to give you because it really doesn't matter Passenger received minor injuries. The aircraft sustained substantial damage to the nose gear the cockpit forward bulkhead left propeller and left wing. We talked about this. I was at last show. lives that we covered this one a believers to shows talking about it. Okay a twin otter And basically all it said was. The thing does veer off the runway and crashed and there was a passenger injured. I believe a child And so now. We have a little bit more information about this. Although it's not really conclusive exactly why. It ended up veering off the runway. But it has a little bit more information then We we had previously So i don't know if you guys had a chance to take a look at this or not. I'm reading through the only thing that comes to mind just knowing a little bit about twin otter systems winning about Hydraulics for the nose gear steering. Potentially there've been a number of incidences with instance with twin otters in the past where there have been lack of appropriate hydraulic pressure and inability to steer the nose scare using the tiller. Okay i noticed that said that When it started to veer the Pilot command started using differential differential thrust. Is that a standard thing to do. On a twin otter or shouldn't need your. I mean it's a multi engine aircraft. So you can use that to help. Maintain directional control. But it's not something that you should need to do on a standard take off bit worried about the having to resort to that because of course all you take off calculations based on a power if you suddenly reduced power on one engine you're not gonna have the same amount of energy when you get Try to get able. I think if it's not tracking straight down the runway for one reason or another with symmetric rest you wanna borton figure out. Why right noticed that they make a point of stating that he did. His one eighty as each sort of turned out of it He put went straight into the takeoff replied. Full power and I've seen people do that. come a cropper. See that hydraulic further. The for breaks as well. Same hydraulic system. So the hundred systems were could idle pass. A hopefully would've noticed leafy. Hopefully i don't know i'm just i'm just taking a guess here so joe is just that I've seen people just try and get the power on just a tiny bit too quick and Got it on a little uneven leo when before the aircraft was perfectly straight and then ended up in a bit of a a wiggle down the runway while they try and sort everything out which just for the sake of a few seconds just to make sure you got the state. You're on the middle of the runway steady and pointing down the runway. I don't if that's with. This suggest pats worth mentioning. I think we still need more information. Perhaps yeah we have a little bit more information but not conclusive information yet. I guess our. I suppose there's much of a of a A little recorder in this airplane is this far Depends find out too much away. I don't know to be honest. Depends on the operator in the regulations and does what was that nick. Deal carrying over the top of your head to see me before trying to pair over the news later kim. I guess now that i've stopped sharing the screen. It just doesn't work. Yeah okay anyway So i was saying to add stuff or regardless. No but i'm gonna go read through the hydraulic system of the twin hundred new. Okay

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10 Trivia Questions on Disneyland Attraction Riddles

Trivia With Budds

05:02 min | Last week

10 Trivia Questions on Disneyland Attraction Riddles

"All right here. It is disneyland attraction riddles for my friend. Matt let's see if you can decode these names of these rides based on the alternate wording. That i give ya number one eight tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks number one. Tom hanks daryl. Hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks decode that and come up with the name of a disneyland attraction number one and number two famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light in a bar top beer holder number to think about that one. Got a breakdown. A famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bar top beer holder number two number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny and a fox if it were about cars instead what disneyland attraction would that be number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny in a fox if we're about cars instead and number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out halfway through this quiz on disneyland attraction riddles years number. Five clown fish you five seven one trek number five clown fish you five seven one track number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff famous peanut butter brands takeoff and number seven angry. Hot water bash. Angry hot water. Three more to go to close out this episode jessica's husbands ride circle number eight jessica's husbands ride circle and number nine excalibur horsey spin around number nine excalibur. I can't even say it excalibur horsey spin around number nine and number ten dilapidated manor number ten dilapidated manor. Those are all of your disney attraction. Riddles hopefully figure all those out. We'll be back in just a sound effect to see how you did. We are back with the answers to disneyland attraction riddles format. Let's see if you could pull off all these answers from the park. We all miss in anaheim california number one tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks would be splash mountain splash. Was that movie with them. And of course a mountain has treacherous peaks splash mountain number two a famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bartow beer holder. That's gadgets go coaster so gadget is the inspector gadget there. The go is the green light and coaster is the thing you put your beer on on a bar gadgets. Go coaster number three a two thousand two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny a fox if it were about cars instead that is auto pia instead of zootopia auto pm sponsored by honda number four doctor. henry walton jones's juniors grand day out that is indiana jones adventure indiana jones adventure. The funchal papa. That right. it's pretty sweet number five clown fish you five seven. One track is finding nemo submarine adventure. Finding nemo submarine in number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff peter pans flight peter pans flight number seven angry. Hot water bash. Is tea party. That's the teacup. Ride the mad tea party and number eight jessica's husbands right circle. That's roger rabbit's cartoon spin roger rabbit's car toon spin number nine excalibur horsey spin around is king arthur's carrousel and number ten dilapidated manner of course is the haunted mansion not to be confused with haunted holiday with nightmare before christmas characters. And there you have it matt. I hope you were able to figure out all those. And i hope all you other listeners get a kick out of reliving some of those titles of disneyland attractions since we all can't go there right now but hey you could drive or fly down to florida and go to disneyworld which is semi open. I think

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New York PD Commissioner Dermot Shea Tests Positive For COVID-19

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last week

New York PD Commissioner Dermot Shea Tests Positive For COVID-19

"For the virus. Positive test result came back within the past 24 hours, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea began getting symptoms after exposure to Pete Well, who subsequently tested positive. He's dealing with a cough a headache but is conducting business from home holding virtual meetings. Deputy Commissioner Richard Esposito says she is in contact with many people members of the public city officials. He travels with a small security detail and keeps his staff to a minimum and wears a mask. Tests routinely performed at police facilities around the city. Currently up to 700. People across the department are out sick with suspected covert symptoms. Julia Papa 10 10 wins news Well, this comes as Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo

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Breaking Into Secure Buildings

Malicious Life

05:39 min | Last week

Breaking Into Secure Buildings

"My name is se aka freaky clown. I'm the co founder and co ceo of a cybersecurity company cooks agenda based in the uk. We work globally. Say genta is not like other cyber security companies and fz isn't like other hackers. His specialty is cyber physical security breaking into buildings red teaming for corporations banks and governments. But you know in real life that makes his workflow a bit. Different like for example. The first step in most major breaches is reconnaissance exploring an organization's digital infrastructure and their employees to find where they're most exposed. Fcc's reckon involves actually going somewhere and probably bringing some binoculars. Is it like the movies where you're just sitting there in your car sitting with a newspaper. That kid is sometimes more mind-numbingly boring than that. Sometimes it gets brady cold. I remember once Reconnaissance in a very calm sightsee much about on the building. I had to look at and i climbed over this. Barb wire fence it like in the morning. And i climbed through this like a thorn. Bush go early treaded by allows bleeding and had a a ski mask on. I had night vision goggles. And i had to sit in this ditch covault. This data is close enough and the ditch was half food muddy water and it just started to snow and i was really cold and wet bleeding and i had to sit there for like three or four hours whilst i watched this in order to gain some intel before i went back to my hotel room after the recon phase hackers usually send phishing email or text to the victim containing militia slink or pdf after his recon f c. Does something much more simple. In fact he doesn't even need to be a hacker for this part. So i never start with the digit i because the digital is actually harder than the physical and this sounds absolutely crazy but Each genuinely true. He is much easier to walk into a bank or any secure building than east digitally break in just walking in the front door. Oh actually be really really shocked at. How easy is i remember. Years and years ago. i was. I was on site for physical test and there was a couple of members of our company that were they and one of them said to me like audrey to like. Learn how to do the stuff you do a easy. just walk in and cable. What do i do right well. You don't really authorized to do this but our show you. How easy is right. So i'm like come with me. We walked to the front of the building. I look through the front windows right and you can see how this app is right. So the app is there's a couple of these electronic parties so someone goes up the swipe card the barriers swipe papa and they walked through okay so we have to do is follow someone through the way. These barriers work is they. They work with a small beam. That goes across right so if a large person with the suitcases going through. It doesn't shut the doors on the suitcase. Say imagine your as close as physically possible to the person in front of you. That's a legitimately allowed to go in and if you get close enough it's going to count was one person now. Will we have to ease. Make them feel humans of really pad being awkward and they wanna get away from that situation as quickly as possible. So the more would you make for that person then the less likely they are to confront you the more likely you are to succeed so it's like it. It's drizzling little bit. Oh you have to do is run to the front door. Run through the front door and basically run into the back of someone who is just going through that matt gate. Six is easy. Yeah eats really that easy so only it was. He ran up to the this of the the front door ran through the doors and picked up a person at random. He was just swiping. The card ran into the back of them and he basically said oh really. sorry how. it's a busy trying to get through really quickly. And he runs into them. They go through and they are feeling awkward. Because i just got run into. Everyone's where everyone's kinda like. Oh my god this is sorry And then they they so just let him go through. Most hackers fish their victims to get a foothold. Fc simply walks through the front door of their hq once. A typical hacker obtains their entry point into a system. They begin to escalate privileges. Fc does the same thing kind of the case a very large international bank in the headquarters. It's a bank but not the so of high street bank clean. Normally come across rights isn't this isn't the soul place you walk into. This is the type of place which only deals with other banks so they move money to other banks that's day like massive massive amounts of money

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Breaking Into Secure Buildings

Malicious Life

06:24 min | Last week

Breaking Into Secure Buildings

"Hacking large organizations. Banks governments isn't usually easy but there are ways to do it. You could fish the right employees then escalate privileges. You could find a zero day in particular software program used by the organization or you don't even have to start in cyberspace physical breaches stolen. Machines tampered with machines insider access hacking buildings themselves aren't the most widespread security threat out there but the exist. According to verizon report from twenty twenty physical actions are the six most common way that data breaches occur. And they're effective to think about it like this. Would you rather have to remotely hack into a laptop or just. Swipe it off a desk. Physical security isn't something we talk about much but we're going to today. Hi levy welcome to malicious life in collaboration with siberian and this episode. We're going to learn how to break into secure buildings or prevent others from doing it. T- my name is se aka freaky clown. I'm the co founder and co ceo of a cybersecurity company cooks agenda based in the uk. We work globally. Say genta is not like other cyber security companies and fz isn't like other hackers. His specialty is cyber physical security breaking into buildings red teaming for corporations banks and governments. But you know in real life that makes his workflow a bit. Different like for example. The first step in most major breaches is reconnaissance exploring an organization's digital infrastructure and their employees to find where they're most exposed. Fcc's reckon involves actually going somewhere and probably bringing some binoculars. Is it like the movies where you're just sitting there in your car sitting with a newspaper. That kid is sometimes more mind-numbingly boring than that. Sometimes it gets brady cold. I remember once Reconnaissance in a very calm sightsee much about on the building. I had to look at and i climbed over this. Barb wire fence it like in the morning. And i climbed through this like a thorn. Bush go early treaded by allows bleeding and had a a ski mask on. I had night vision goggles. And i had to sit in this ditch covault. This data is close enough and the ditch was half food muddy water and it just started to snow and i was really cold and wet bleeding and i had to sit there for like three or four hours whilst i watched this in order to gain some intel before i went back to my hotel room after the recon phase hackers usually send phishing email or text to the victim containing militia slink or pdf after his recon f c. Does something much more simple. In fact he doesn't even need to be a hacker for this part. So i never start with the digit i because the digital is actually harder than the physical and this sounds absolutely crazy but Each genuinely true. He is much easier to walk into a bank or any secure building than east digitally break in just walking in the front door. Oh actually be really really shocked at. How easy is i remember. Years and years ago. i was. I was on site for physical test and there was a couple of members of our company that were they and one of them said to me like audrey to like. Learn how to do the stuff you do a easy. just walk in and cable. What do i do right well. You don't really authorized to do this but our show you. How easy is right. So i'm like come with me. We walked to the front of the building. I look through the front windows right and you can see how this app is right. So the app is there's a couple of these electronic parties so someone goes up the swipe card the barriers swipe papa and they walked through okay so we have to do is follow someone through the way. These barriers work is they. They work with a small beam. That goes across right so if a large person with the suitcases going through. It doesn't shut the doors on the suitcase. Say imagine your as close as physically possible to the person in front of you. That's a legitimately allowed to go in and if you get close enough it's going to count was one person now. Will we have to ease. Make them feel humans of really pad being awkward and they wanna get away from that situation as quickly as possible. So the more would you make for that person then the less likely they are to confront you the more likely you are to succeed so it's like it. It's drizzling little bit. Oh you have to do is run to the front door. Run through the front door and basically run into the back of someone who is just going through that matt gate. Six is easy. Yeah eats really that easy so only it was. He ran up to the this of the the front door ran through the doors and picked up a person at random. He was just swiping. The card ran into the back of them and he basically said oh really. sorry how. it's a busy trying to get through really quickly. And he runs into them. They go through and they are feeling awkward. Because i just got run into. Everyone's where everyone's kinda like. Oh my god this is sorry And then they they so just let him go through.

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New York begins distributing COVID-19 vaccine to local health clinics, medical private practices

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last week

New York begins distributing COVID-19 vaccine to local health clinics, medical private practices

"Who do not work in hospitals, so those in private practice in clinics can start getting vaccinated. This is Mayor de Blasio talked more about increasing vaccination locations in New York City. Starting this Sunday, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx will get vaccine hubs. Mayor de Blasio's looking to expand capacity to reach a goal of one million doses. By the end of the month, 160 sites by the end of this week, going up to 250 sites minimum by the end of January. His honor also says this will be a 24 7 operation. And he says hospitals air now vaccinating late night for those getting on and off shifts. He's looking to add educators and those over age 75 to the priority list. As for supply We do not yet have the supply. We need to get to a million, he says. The federal government has to allocate continuing supply to New York City, Julia Papa and 10 10 wins News

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Repairing Our Hearts - Healing with the RAIN of Compassion

Tara Brach

05:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Repairing Our Hearts - Healing with the RAIN of Compassion

"Greetings friends welcome back right here now so our second almost full day together and i just wanna star really by bowing to to honor your practice. I felt so much a sense of the sincerity and that presence in space that we're creating together so it's delicious and you know especially in the midst of such a reactive spinning hurting world right now really matters that were coming together. Like this in this relative quiet missino. It's not quiet for everyone. More stillness more connecting with hearts. You know we miss. Oh much when were preoccupied on. We're speeding along on automatic. And you know just reacting to daily stressors. I received an email woman wrote to me about her four year old and she was buckling her daughter. And after you know. Typically hurried morning Two working parents baby young children to different schools. You get the picture and this is what she wrote. She said i noticed my daughter's nails or getting long. And i told her we'd have to cut them tonight and started talking about the other things that we need to happen in the evening. Taking a bath and detangling her curls and she said. Ok mom but let's care about now so i just love that because it's such a beautiful description of our practice carrying about what's here now. So this talk i will be exploring really our primary challenge to this open hearted presence this carrying about now and it happens when now is unpleasant and we have this very deep conditioning. When it's unpleasant as we know to react by pulling away by contracting and also to react by turning on ourselves especially when an emotional pain physical pain is strong and ongoing it often comes a self version and i invite you to check that out. So the title of the talk is repairing our hearts. And if we want to understand how we perpetuate disrepair suffering. We need to begin to recognize in the background of. What's going on the stories that we're telling ourselves in other words we need to see how we move from a fuelling. That's unpleasant to judging it as bad something bad's happening and then moving on even further saying something's wrong with me and it happens very quickly. You know something's wrong. Something's wrong with me and we call it. The second arrow from the buddha's teaching that the first hour is some painful experience and the second arrow. And this is what's critical. Is this slapping on of a story about what's happening. There's a pali word i love. It's papa and it's that chain of reactivity the proliferation that happens so rather than just feeling. Something's unpleasant we immediately start trying to figure it out. Push it away and blame usually and usually we blame ourselves and we ended up solidifying our identity as a flawed separate self in that chain reaction. Now i just want a name. That of course. The story about badness extends to others you know we often blame others and say you're bad and we blame life. Life's bad but deep down if there's any rejecting of the present moment were not liking ourselves. Mistrusting ourselves and in buddhist psychology any moment of resisting. What's right here. A wanting life different is suffer. It could be very subtle suffering because we're in some habitual way of distracting. Our could be very profound but either way when we want life different we cannot inhabit and live from the love and the awareness. That's our true nature. So ona tell you about a friend of mine Some of you might of heard of him. Dan gottlieb. He's a psychologist. He's an author radio host from philadelphia and i interviewed him for my podcast. When he was thirty three he had a very successful career. Family then had an accident that landed him quadriplegic chronic pain so this is almost forty years ago and at first after the accident he wrapped what was going on in many many stories. I'll a terrible life. I can't live with. This is wife died soon after more pain and it landed as a sense of personal badness pain and there's something really wrong with me and life is bad and he started realizing that his stories were what was creating the suffering

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Fire at strip mall in Seattle’s Lake City destroys at least three businesses

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fire at strip mall in Seattle’s Lake City destroys at least three businesses

"Damage to several businesses at a Lake City strip mall last night. Almost Denise Whitaker reports from the scene near Northeast one 27th and 30th Avenue Northeast. It was right before 11 o'clock last night, the flames raged on and with other buildings nearby, the fire department called him more units to make sure they got it out and that it didn't spread Shopping plaza. I had a papa Murphy's massage spot, another restaurant, Ah, laundromat and a smoke shop in it. This have a structure. Just one story is built with a common area that sort of connects all of the businesses. Firefighters call this the void area. That's where they say the fire quickly spread from one business. To the next. Thankfully, nobody hurt, but it's still unknown how the fire started.

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Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

Morning Edition

06:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

"Is trying to rebuild trust in communities with which it has a terrible relationship. So it launched an outreach program that's designed to change the ways in which police approach their work. Here's NPR's Cheryl Corley at a recent food giveaway at a Chicago park, a cluster of police officers wearing masks greeted drivers and loaded boxes of food and the trunks of a long line of cars. Many have Ford. I gotta get online for four. 25th district Police commander are not a duty. Others watch to make sure things were going smoothly. We're here to work together with the community. We want the community to embrace us embrace each other. It's making sure that there's no violence in our in our district in our neighborhoods. That means we gotta work together as a team. This is a collaboration with an an area area church church and and an an alderman's alderman's office. office. And And it's it's here here in in the the 25th 25th district, district, where where Chicago Chicago decided decided to to go go a a step step further. further. District District is is the the first first to to set set up up a a neighborhood neighborhood policing policing initiative patterned after a similar program in New York City. The best way to reduce crime is to prevent it from happening in the first place that Chicago police Superintendent David Brown and you do that do community policing. Getting officers of the cars and into the barber shops and beauty salon and churches and into the living rooms of our neighborhoods where they are signed. His community police. The notion of community policing isn't new, but it takes on a bigger meaning now after this summer's protest, instead of working from one radio assignment to the next District coordinating officers or D CEOs, as they're called hand out business cards and encourage people to email or call them on their cell phone. They work together with residents to resolve problematic. Non emergencies, like speeding cars were allowed neighbor, the officers have helped some residents find jobs. Homeless places to live, and they often turn to beat officers, businesses and community groups for assistance. Commander Angel No Bolus, the head of the Office of Community Policing. Says he's witnessed something among the D CEOs. You don't hear much about these days, joy that comes from helping members of the community. That's why we came on the job. We weren't just showing up and writing reports and making an arrest and moving on to the next thing instead, says Nepalis, they are actually creating strategies with people to solve problems. Officer Malcolm Brooks Says he wanted to help change the perception of the police, and after a couple of years on the job, he signed up to be a district coordinating officer, Burke says. They get calls Day and night. We deal with People who have mental health issues. We deal with people who may be out of work because we've helped people get jobs. We help the lady find an apartment and worked to build relationships, he says, with business owners and residents, city officials say in the 25th police district, where it all started nearly two years ago, there have been 10,000 fewer calls this year to the 911 emergency number a drop city officials directly credit to people having direct contact with officers who were part of the name. We're good initiative. Ah, program that's now active in five Police district's challenged by crime and gangs. The 25th police district is big, also diverse, but it's nearly 200,000 people live in distinct neighborhoods largely defined by ethnicity. On the west and northwest sides of Chicago. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Okay. Go up the stairs. Jean, You're right. Ronald Wilkes, A retired pastor lives in a brick to flat on a tree lined street about a block behind the police station. Is the president of the Street's blocked club and a community ambassador, a point of contact for the police and their outreach and for resident, he says there has been tension between police and residents here for decades. But the ambassador's know the area and the community and work with the officers explaining what's going on in the neighborhoods. The hot spot win crime is happening. He says the D. C. L's have made a difference in certain areas. But not all of the district now could display and work. Yeah. They could, because when we first jumped off, we was all over the place. They was walking the streets with us getting introduced to people in thing. But Something happened. What happened in the 25th says birth of Purnell was a lack of follow through by new officers. She's another community ambassador and a longtime resident. I feel like we're not taking seriously a lot of the terms because it's almost like pulling teeth. To get information her nail says too many D CEOs get pulled off the job to handle other police duties. Police commanders cycle in and out of the job to that means they have to try building new relationships over and over again. Amanda? No. Vallis says attrition reflective of cops leaving the profession nationwide and officers being promoted have affected the program. But he expects that may be resolved. As the initiative grows. The question is, what are the key elements that would get translated as it expands? Northwestern University professor Andrew Papa Christo's Who's been evaluating the program? Says there's been frustration on both sides. But overall results in the 25th district at least before the summer protests seemed promising. He says both residents and officers felt like relationships were moving in a better direction. But there's a caveat. Papa Christo's says No one should expect the details and the neighborhood policing initiative will cause any drop in crime. The mistrust in the cynicism of the police took centuries to get to where it is. And so if crime is going to improve because of that trust, it's gonna lag behind. It's going to take years to build and work on this relationship, especially as we as a society reckon with the history of policing in America, City officials agree, saying the policing initiative won't be able to resolve all the longstanding issues rooted in a lack of trust and respect. Like police misconduct or stop and frisk policies that have caused a rift between police and communities. Still, Chicago's mayor, the police superintendent, and many residents call the program with the district coordinating officers, a positive police reform. They say eventually it should be a citywide project to bring police and residents together to solve problems to work for a safe streets and safe homes and to build trust block by block. Cheryl Corley

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COIN: Why It's Going To Make Your Life Easier

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:09 min | Last month

COIN: Why It's Going To Make Your Life Easier

"The business that you'll running the project that you're only it's called coin and i. I can't believe that there was no other project coin to be fair Well done on not what what is point. Can you tell us about what coin is and what coins setting out to achieve. Yeah absolutely it just to the point that you just made you know part of our mission and even starting. The company was to really go along with this cliche that i think every startup in entrepreneurs trying to solve in. It's really This premise of making digital assets. Simple in so ever since we started our journey in the company always executed with that premise. In mind in. So when we thought about naming branding the company. We didn't think that there was any more A word or term. That was any more simple than coin that really embodies industry. And so. that's kind of how that derived we've been gone down the path of attaining trademarks insulin for it but as far as coin itself We are as you mentioned earlier. Appear to your cross jane. Decentralized wallet in exchange in were powered by this notion of cross chain interoperability we leverage atomic swaps to be able to facilitate a lot of those exchange. We've also layered this Some Artificial intelligence to be on top of this technology. In order to help consumers be able to transactions or manage their assets. Much more simply so that they could save time money. So in a nutshell. That's what coin represents in. That's the platform that we're bringing a market. So you mentioned bringing is in which tomase interesting. It is fascinating growing technologies. Well what exactly will the role of i apply and you explain the the what. What's the role that i can play to make the user experience more simplistic and to make it easier for people to access the digital assets or by great question In it's really intended to be able to create a new paradigm shift when it comes to crafting a very easy to use experience around managing digital assets and typically when people think of user experience they think of design they associate that immediately with you i components and look and feel of when we think of user experience that's obviously one component of it. The second component is really the process in execution That maps in alliance to use our expectations when they're actually executing transaction or or leveraging your product and so when we talk about using a ai were doing it on both of those fronts to really make and craft that user experience more more possible more easy so for example by using ai. We can predict the intent or try to predict the intent of what someone's trying to do or execute on the platform and we can provide suggestions on maybe either making that process. More seamless more faster For example we can notify user. If they're bitcoin holding is down percents today may be making not only the notification but a suggestive action. that could help that user Either money or come to a decision on how they should be managing their assets We can do other things such as even when you're browsing the web predict to maybe what you're trying to do and then present you with your walla balance or maybe if we can recognize that you're trying to send a transaction we can actually papa widgets that actually help you do that step you through the process and and help you execute it without even having to go into the app you know log in things of that nature and so it's really using these models Where we gather data at intelligence about what we think users might be doing in order to really help them and provide them enough insight to potentially save time money

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Cuomo Urges Passage of COVID Stimulus Package

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | Last month

Cuomo Urges Passage of COVID Stimulus Package

"Along with other state and locals, firing off a letter to New York's congressional delegation today, telling them and no one certain terms. We need a stimulus package quick to help avoid a catastrophe here, Juliet Papa says they put a $15 billion price tag on the thing to governor. Cuomo tried to throw the phrase in casually. But, he says, Unless there is a federal stimulus package that bails out state and city governments, you'll see tax increases. You probably will see tax increases in any event. Pardon my skepticism about Washington. He's looking at the prospect of layoffs, he says. 7000 alone could come from the M to, But there's no easy way to fill the gaping holes in the budget. We cannot Closed this financial gap without federal aid. And he says without federal aid, there is no national recovery.

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Coronavirus Vaccine Update: First Doses From Pfizer Could Arrive In New York This Weekend

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

Coronavirus Vaccine Update: First Doses From Pfizer Could Arrive In New York This Weekend

"About the Corona virus vaccine. It'll get in here much faster. At first they were talking about it arriving in the state by next Tuesday, then distributed to us And other areas of the state of the next few days. But now we're tonight. The vaccine could reach our state by the weekend. That's good news in a town where the Kobe doesn't care If the cavalry is coming or not, it's still bullying its way through. And then once reported Julia Papa tonight, Governor, Cuomo says those most vulnerable will be the priority in getting the vaccine. The first allocation is for nursing home residents nursing home staff. And high risk health care workers. 170,000 doses air headed to New York and with approvals in place could arrive as soon as this weekend. Then it gets distributed throughout the state and New York City Health commissioner Dr Dave Choe CSI tells us If all goes according to plan, the first doses of the Fizer vaccine would arrive in New York City. As soon as next Tuesday on December, 15 officials say it's effective if up to 85% of the population gets the shot. Julia Papa 10 10 wins news. Meantime,

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Cuomo Says It's "Probable" Indoor Dining Will Shut Down In NYC As Soon As Next Monday

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Cuomo Says It's "Probable" Indoor Dining Will Shut Down In NYC As Soon As Next Monday

"A warning from Governor Cuomo today. About the immediate future of endure dining at restaurants. Governor Cuomo plans to follow. The CDC is guidance on indoor dining if, after five days We haven't seen a stabilization in a region's hospital rate. We're going to clamp down on indoor dining for New York City. That means indoor dining will shut down. The governor spoke live with Dr Anthony Fauci, who was concerned about a surge upon a search and then before you could handle that more people going to travel over Christmas. They're going to have more of those family and friends. Gatherings that you accurately said are an issue, he says. Without any deterrent, we could have real problems mid January. Julia Papa 10. 10 wins

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Navy official says 'uneasy deterrence' reached with Iran

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Navy official says 'uneasy deterrence' reached with Iran

"Naval official in the Mideast Vice man, Admiral Sam Papa Roe tells the annual conference Manama Dialogue. Going on and Dubai that the U. S. Has reached what he calls an unease E deterrence with Iran after months of regional attacks and seizures at sea have found Iranian activity at sea to have to be cautious and circumspect and respectful to not risk unnecessary. Miscalculation or escalation at sea. Vice admiral also sided former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is words saying, quote, Be polite, be professional and have a plan to kill everyone in the room. That's how we conduct ourselves at sea

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Houston Rockets, New York's Brooklyn Nets Rumored To Be Discussing Blockbuster Trade

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

00:25 sec | Last month

Houston Rockets, New York's Brooklyn Nets Rumored To Be Discussing Blockbuster Trade

"You imagine the offensive firepower that Tyree with black beard and Katie on the floor together? Three max guys while I looked at it this morning, just from a Sally perspective and without putting Tyrion, they're going the other way to Houston. I don't see how it happened. But look, that's kind of how it works with super team right. You get the three guys, you worry about it late. It's papa and lunch by from their home studios weekdays, 10 to 2 on KNBR 1045

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Why Is It So Hard to Remember What Day It Is?

BrainStuff

03:41 min | Last month

Why Is It So Hard to Remember What Day It Is?

"In the early part of the twenty first century psychologist dr david. A ls performed possibly the shortest experiment in the history of the social sciences. He gathered sixty five randomly. Selected test subjects invited them into his office one by one and asked them this fateful question. What day is today. that's it thank you. Please sign the release form on the way out done so what could possibly learn from asking people the day of the week. A heck of a lot as it turns out using this simple experiment and others ellis was trying to decode the complex psychology of time. And even to help answer. The age-old question wait is wednesday or thursday because although each weekday is twenty four hours long they're far from equal from a psychological standpoint. We spoke with ls via phone back in two thousand fifteen from the university of lincoln in the uk. He said when you ask people about monday and friday they have a lot to tell you and those words evoke very strong emotions whereas when you ask them about the middling days people tend to draw a blank asked to free associate about monday. Ellison test subjects wrote strongly. Negative words like tired boring early and rubbish it being the uk after all and when asked to describe friday they came up with wildly positive. Words like fun friends party and someone unexpectedly bacon. When asked about the rest of the week people struggled to come up with anything at all. Tuesday for some is like a monday hangover long and busy topped the list but the description most people came up with for wednesday was simply middle there even a lot more pop songs about mondays and fridays and other days of the week considered new. Order's blue monday mamas. And papas monday monday. The bengals manic. Monday the cures friday. I'm in love. Katy perry's last friday night. Rascal flatts friday though. Of course let's not discount. The midweek brilliance of the rolling stones ruby tuesday but ellis pointed out that there can be serious unintended consequences to these strong and weak psychological associations with certain days of the week he explained. Suicide rates are higher at the start of the week for example and stocks. Perform better on friday. Mr medical appointments also peak at the start of the week in the united states. These can be a costly inconvenience for doctors and patients but they can be costly to the whole community for state run health systems like in the uk the better we understand the psychological biases toward different days of the week ellis says the better we can tailor interventions and then settled nudges. That might have significant societal. Pay off in a previous study for example l. Found that working. People are much more likely to miss monday. Doctors appointments than retirees. The health system could save loads money but retirees at the beginning of the week. And us working stiffs on fridays. Which brings us back to the original question what they is it today when alice asked that question. He timed each subject's response on mondays and fridays. He discovered people gave the correct answer twice as fast as people ask on tuesdays wednesdays and thursdays some mid week folks couldn't think of the day at all given the strong if opposing psychological associations with monday and friday. It's not surprising that people are more aware of those days. It seems the rest of the work week and get lost in the shuffle.

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Seattle - Now that Thanksgiving is over comes fears of a new COVID-19 spike

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:50 sec | Last month

Seattle - Now that Thanksgiving is over comes fears of a new COVID-19 spike

"With Thanksgiving and all the warnings about large gatherings behind US. Health experts are bracing for what the next couple of weeks might bring from the Corona virus pandemic. It's really hard to predict months out where we will be in the pandemic. Lacey Fehrenbach with the State Department of Health says the pandemics progression is all dependent on what we do. The choices that we make will determine where we are. And those will have amplification effects going forwards and, according to U Dub Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Infections and Deaths are expected to keep going up well into January of next year. If we all wore a mask, we could cut that prediction by nearly 1500. We have many, many more months before we think, Start to return to normal. And hopefully the vaccines pan out. It was Nick. Papa, I'm

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"papas" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

11:10 min | 11 months ago

"papas" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Listen they knew Bob and Sheri. Twenty four seven Bob and Sheri Dot Com so I was reading about this American woman who decided that she wanted to live in France and she moved to Paris for Awhile I guess. She saved her money To Polish her French she was learning French. She was single and so she had no children. She had nothing holding back and so she's lived there for about a year and she she loves it but some things about the French confusing and I'm going to read some of the confusing things as an American that she has in regard to interacting with people. Number one does greeting people with a kiss ever feel awkward. Why do wouldn't if that's what you'd always known. I guess I guess so. It's not just France. I mean they do it all over they do it in Italy. Do it all over Europe. I know that you would be so not happy if when you came in here every day. Todd kissed you on both cheeks of your face. Will it would slow me down. Sherry slummy working. I know you would not like that at. Here's the second one actually get any work done after that three hour. Three glass of wine lunch and it is true. They don't do the third one is how come you never eat on the go. They don't do that in France. They sit down like civilized people and have lunch. Everybody does all strata of the The social world. I know that there are people who can drink at lunchtime and be functional. I'm not one of the either. Maybe if I ain't to go drinking I ain't too offering you're drinking but I'm too weak for your your daydream. Yeah unless it's on vacation and you can take a nap or something. In the afternoon my father had a good friend who is also an accountant. He ran a very big accounting firm in new haven and every day he would go out with an associate and they would not only have a big full lunch. He'd have a Martini with lunch yet. That would be cow. That's pure alcohol. What could you do after a Martini at launch? Unlike a Wednesday like today a nap is all I could do or nap in the hallmark channel. A NAP or cause trouble you know and needed lunch are are very productive. Rosie. I wouldn't really be belligerent. And might get weepy. Make it we have to take that I just but they do it. I was watching an old episode of madman the other day. And everybody's walk into everybody's Office Madison Avenue in the first thing they do they say hello and then they walk over to the liquor cart. It's like two in the afternoon and they wanted. The associates is pouring scotch straight off. Here's something else. She's confused by how you French have time to go to the cheese shop for cheese and then go to the meat shop for me and then the bread shop for bread and evidently they do well. I mean they're buzzing after their alcohol lunch gas but it's true. I mean they don't the supermarket thing like we have is just it's not there. They go to smaller shots. Kind of like the idea that don't you? I like it in principle but since I would be the one going to all of those. That's true that's very true but if you live in an urban area where it's not far to walk. I guess it's doable. And finally she said and I agree. Why does everyone here still smoke? Do I guess they still do their more way more so than again? Yeah I think you can. I haven't been to France in years and years but it just blew me away. That people were smoking like while they you know. It wasn't just after the meal or before the cocktail. I mean the main course came. They'd like to see not everybody but you'd see it. I've read an article online longtime ago. I think we might've talked about it briefly on the air and it was about the Spanish city of Granada. And the lifestyle there you would. You'd get up and go to work and then you would go and have like a two or three hour lunch and a nap. A whole town close down. And then you'd go back to work and then dinnertime for the average family in person in Granada was at eleven. Pm Not just Granada. The entire country is that's urban That's how it is. This is the city that they focused on and I thought I guess it's all what you're used to your but I would not make fair. I read an article about the The Spanish people. And let's take a city like Toledo right if you're especially if you're a shopowner that's what you do. You Open Up. Ten eleven o'clock in the morning you close to clear that big until five right and then people are walking around so you have a shop right. You're selling cheese or whatever so you're going to be working that for a while then people you know go home or they get set for dinner and now it's time to close up the shop about ten o'clock and go have dinner at eleven and then you still go to work the next day. And they said sometimes that's what the Spanish people seem a little cranky Anson because they're just not getting regular sort of pure A schoolteacher or a nurse a doctor a medical worker. If you if you're the conductor on the subway you have to get up and go talk. You're probably not leaving the lifestyle I was discussing. I don't think you are. You're going to be more of a ninety five foot for shopowners and I dunno types of business. People certain certain business people I guess who are making their hours around once you got used to it. It's probably and cast it. Sounds like it's fun like a big long afternoon newsy napped and then eating with your friends at eleven o'clock on a rooftop terrace somewhere you know the travel website magazines always make it look like three hundred sixty five days a year. These people are having top US on the terrorists. That's probably we do. It's Bob and Sheri sharable case of the show the fun size podcast drops every Thursday on the three body shape. I have mentioned before that no matter how hard I tried. I cannot understand how. Bitcoin works and that is to this day. I just don't get it but I was very attracted to this story. This is what would happen to me except for the part of having to go to jail because I don't commit crimes a forty nine year old guy. Name Clifton Collins from far naught Ireland is a marijuana dealer. I got this by the way out of the Irish Times which is legitimate newspaper so there is evidently truth story anyway. He's a marijuana dealer in back in two thousand and eleven. He invested some of the money he made from selling weed in Bitcoin back. Then bitcoins cost four to six dollars. Today they're worth around nine thousand seven hundred dollars once again. I'd understand. I got out the other than he bought a bunch of bitcoins and now they're worth each nine nine thousand seven hundred dollars bringing Clifton total value. Hold onto something. The total value for selling weed in bitcoin terms fifty eight million dollars. Wow that's not. The well Clifton was arrested in two thousand seventeen and he was. He's been locked up for the last three years and while he was inside the jail his landlord got sick and tired of not being paid and nobody cleaning out the apartment so the landlord went in and cleaned out. Clinton's apartment and it turns out. The Clifton had hidden the codes to access the bitcoin inside his fishing rod case without those codes there is no way to access the bitcoin money and the landlord had no idea and so he threw out the fishing case. And that's that on that it turns out that the dump it went to since its trash to China and Germany so it's either in a random landfill somewhere in the world or possibly incinerated and there goes his bit coined for ten. Yeah those Co you have to have those codes show. He knows he's in jail. Wouldn't he have a friend and go? Hey Fred go into my house break in if you have to get that fishing case Yeah unless using the stuff you're selling and your Ori Mellow or you're like all of us and you just assume that nothing really is going to happen there. Probably for not everybody but for a lot of us. There's something in our house that we would rather somebody went and got if something happened to us either went and got and dispose or went and got and made sure that the kids had it or whatever exactly or the kids didn't have it but what are the odds that everybody out there. That has something that really needs to be. Handled has taken the steps to make sure it's hand that's true but there's a difference between young your collection of classic playboy magazines in the attic and fifty eight million dollars. I could never be right again. Differences is that you're GONNA be more paranoid and careful about fifty eight million dollars because whoever has those codes has that fifty eight million dollars and Mike Mike Guessing. You don't tell anybody about the codes. Where the code rush right? And he he said truck dealer. I understand what you say to somebody. I'll give you a million dollars if you do that. You still have fifty seven million. I agree with backs. Why did he not say you know? Try to get a hold of the Landlord and say I want you to do me a favor. I just those are my very favorite Lures the fishing case Jillions of dollars in Bitcoin. You can be sure that those codes would be embedded somewhere in my phone and hidden as something else. They wouldn't be an officiant. Ke eight million dollars. Look this is where in bed. Yeah.

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"papas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Mom and California Dreamin by the Mamas and the Papas so going to hand took a seat he did done done which you should have really because she was five to begin with I mean as she was eating a salad to still be alive today sing and he's wonderful songs but instead because she was frightened and sloppy it's all going to be big the children the kidney bean pattern what Jimi Hendrix ineffectual got his own vomit before we get back to this I ran stop next hour bill all rightly always amazing on a Thursday and possibly former gubernatorial candidate mark Montanaro talking about almost wasted day yesterday of the state of the state coming up in the nine o'clock hour you know I'm for some reason Bernie I can't explain it but I'm still intrigued fascinated by the story of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez but not yeah I binge watch this so ID channel that's what I watch I watch problem real housewives New Jersey Bubba but I watch and I watch of the ID channel the motor shows you know so doing this some this two day special coming up on January twenty one Aaron Hernandez but you know what became very funny with Jose plays in you know Jose pretty well he was in studio that's what he wants we have the book out and then he was on errands Tony the very very end anyway I don't know why but when I saw Jeff we have seen dead page five of the New York Post I guess it was on Monday if purple body any debt right that whole body when the paper I don't see myself one Jeffrey Epstein was at the top of his purview disgusting game any of millions and millions of dollars at his disposal and done a creepy but this is what he like young girls only wanted on this is tropical island he was living like a king and that is on page five of the post hanging himself same thing with Aaron Hernandez this kid I just got in a forty million dollar contract to be Tom Brady's go to guy he had just played in the Super Bowl against the giants I think he's going to touch down that came he was magnificent gonna be a huge star and a couple of years later just like Jeffrey Epstein there was a date Aaron Hernandez hanging in his jail cell yeah it's quite the story that you you were still intricate I mean that there's no mystery left that he it's clear he did commit suicide the only mystery is whether he was actually buying in the other guy the NBA always you get that fried rice what do you think what your friends tell you look when you go to prison and you have that type of sex is not gay given the choice is always such a good hot right so doesn't count that actually choice he always had a twenty don't have to you get a little bit I'll tell you what I'll give an example I was being facetious when I'm reading about it Cameron Douglas wrote about the his time in prison Michael Douglas is on we had an in studio and he did not engage in that whatsoever he didn't know no in fact it when people approach them you know you got into some nasty fights also so it so it is a choice and it is it is still gay even if it's a breath you think so of course I mean I mean of course is trying to justify it already trying to I'm saying it's debatable I mean do you have no other choice what do you what yes you do what's your other choice you can handle things yourself whether that's a legal in person to see yeah but so is so I'm not sure the other inmates and rape but it happens you just deal with you know listen I remember the first time I really saw prison life talk about Jeffrey up steam Aaron Hernandez and and hopefully Harvey Weinstein is why there too but the show oz on HBO yeah of course man that was one of the best you know you talk about great cable shows like the sopranos which is number one will always be number one I got it even sex and the single is great jobs I was unbelievable I think his name was to bias now that the the the the the the the lawyer who actually got killed this little girl drunk driving and he was a star of the show but good guys like Chris Maloney who not to be a big time storm one order yeah he was one of the guys in prison the guy who played out of DC the guy who played a solitary won the academy award he does does on the insurance commercials help me out here I mean he's a big so the ball got out well the come on you don't talk about it not not Dennis Quaid no no no no no no he does the insurance commercial George all all with the glasses yeah not the guy not the guy dean winters I don't I.

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"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Why not just another example of male privilege you can just like excorted out? I would love to sell them. I see get my eggs out of there. They're all for sale the highest bidder. Take them all individually. I don't know I just don't want him looking for one deal but it's such an invasive and like yeah taster eggs out of a body. When I used to work at the coach store my coworker? She was so fertile. She was breaking records at the fertility clinic. She's donating her eggs too and and she didn't even have to work because the her the harvesting or the donations were so out of this world like numerically from in terms of the quantity. She owes only working there so her mom wasn't suspicious of why she out. All this money is used laundering sell drugs or whatever I you know I worked at the laser tag place and I was like Mamma did a birthday party and you know moved a couple of houses but like you know that's why I'm wearing this cool pinup this pinwheel hat fit. It in throwback Robak Jersey but like that was her because she was in college and she like when I found out about it and the money she made she oh shit but when her mom was like wait how are are you. I thought you you're on scholarship. Like Oh let me get a job. Real quick usually don't go sounded to you. I'm going to give your name lucrative we we we interview people who who gave gave during his firm and donate eggs and Sue Smith. We interviewed about donating eggs and she said that she stopped because it was like. She's making too much money he just relying on that. She's like this can't be my life you know it's like I'll this will this will de-motivate because he also age out of it pretty quick. They don't want exit or two minor. Too Old you're thirty-three-year-old tossed salad in thirty days. Thus eyelid and rotten What's it like? I was just looking up as as you know I very rarely like any tweets. I just it's not part of my life where I clicked like yeah. Yeah yeah couldn't care less. And so all my tweets are like pieces. Shit no no no I get it so many things that people enjoy enjoy like a nice person. I just don't see the point of Antique Anti Colonizer Thanksgiving over here you're with the twitter likes T- twitter likes. Yeah better because for you Kaitlyn. Okay here we go John. Delay says okay well. This one needs a backstory when Do you remember. There's a bunch of people posting videos with David Will Smith. There's like I think there was a couple like to promote their half hours and then just like review days. There was too many of my friends just hanging out with will Smith. He must have been out of thing. But then Janis delay wrote wrote when I hang with will Smith we put our phones away and just enjoy the moments we have Dan. I enjoyed that real friendship. Yeah Caitlyn yes. Thank you for joining me today for half as much weight. Can people find. You will first of all nick. I didn't I never revealed the Anagram of my name so Caitlyn Durant Les anagrams to Nick. Turn A- detail so it's not quite right so it's a Boston accent on the like Turner and it's the Nick without the K.. But Nick Turner detail. ooh I liked him there. You go nick. Nick turned I il late late. No you Humira my. I can't never mind I'm literate recommend for Papa John So neuner neuner there you go big goodness trick neuner in the building good has a real light rated submarine style pitcher from the nineteen nine hundred seventy s Caitlyn where can people find you find. You can follow me on twitter and instagram. At caitlyn guarantee you can Listen to my podcast about the representation of women in movies and how it's historically been really freaking bad loss Christmas we maybe we'll we'll see maybe next year people that we do have a home alone episode coming out. We're doing the Santa Claus and on our Patriots were doing the I think it's no a night before Christmas and Nesta win home alone. That's good they're very forgetful or they live under a bridge the the movie recently. You've seen it but the movie does like an alarming amount like way more than I remembered to justify why they might have forgotten their child at home. Okay okay I just I was like Oh. They're just really bad parents but they set it up. There's the neighbor kid runs over and gets van. I never forget my child and if a nick I know you would never forget you ten thousand. That's the back door. CAST is is my podcast. I listen to sledge. which is my podcast about? How broken and bias? The the health care system is in the. US new season in new season coming out in January fantastic and I also teach online screen writing.

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"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"It is okay and one more thing I do. WANT WANNA say about Rudy Giuliani. He is under deep scrutiny by the FEDS they've been subpoenaing documents relating to his business relationships through his company or like other other people. Like left Parnasse. You know he got like five hundred dollars from what was it called fraud. Secure some weird business. where like rudy was like the face of it but it was not what an actual business and some of the crimes? They're investigating buckle up our big breath obstruction of justice money laundering conspiracy to defraud the united estates making false statements to the federal government serving as an agent of a foreign government without registering with the Justice Department donating funds from foreign nationals making contributions in the another person or allowing. Someone else to use one's name to make a contribution along with mail fraud and wire fraud so he might be sweating a little bit so I you know my heart goes out to really does really us. And I think when the way he's been operating just like out in the open fraud guarantee fraud guarantee. Yeah like what I I think the one of the reasons they did it was too much the Seo So that would come up instead of this guy's other fraud charges so if you If you search this guy's name and fraud it would basically be to be like. Oh yeah don't worry about his actual fraud crimes did it's this business called fraud. Guaranteed he just so stupid. And so Jesus at the executive I mean it's an old person thinking like well. Can we make it so when they search it something else comes up and we say good. Yeah Okay what about fraud guarantee and then we'll just right so many things on the Internet about it that like when it comes up it'll come up with this rather than your actual fraud all right. Let's take another quick break and we'll get into some real.

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"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"There's one thing that when you look at sort of how this relationship is working between the two countries unlike Ukraine crane that had like the rudy. Giuliani Rick Perry sunlen Volker crew. Working on stuff. This one is literally just a bunch of son-in-law's working together. Other one is earned on son-in-law WHO's been working on diplomacy with jared Kushner trump's son-in-law and I le- Yeltsin index may may have completely a botched his name who's the son-in-law of trump's business partner in Turkey? This guy I don't doggone so there's there's like everybody's got their son in law's working together to sort of work on all these different Relations between the US and Turkey now. I think there's so many scandals going on in Ukraine has the most momentum but when you actually really look at sort of what's going on with Turkey like think about Mike Flynn. He was in trouble for being an unregistered. Disturb agent like acting on behalf of Turkey's interests and was even like vocally before being like. Oh I don't think we need to arm the Kurds in on the border in Syria Korea like I don. I'm actually against. I'm sorry. What did that take them from? Oh right Turkey and was even sort of like yeah. I think we need to like sort out. This sort of Border Dispute Butte with Turkey and Syria again. He was vote. He was verbalizing that for Turkish interests. Then you start looking. Trump has substantial business interests in Turkey. There's like a tower there Like trump tower. That's licensed and Erta one has basically even like shown that he can fuck this up by saying like maybe we need to remove the name from this building as president of Turkey like I can also make decisions like that and so you see. There's a little bit of back and forth push pull between those two you look at how many times the present has sided sided with Turkey like completely confusing and confounding like the expert opinions on what is actually going on or what needs to be done offer in terms of the US interests and then again you look at these connections between all the son-in-laws doing the back door diplomacy. It starts to get really odd and then again rudy. Giuliani shows up also even in Turkey because he has a financial interest in Turkey because he's representing. This guy. Reser says Irabu. Who is a Turkish Iranian business person who is in trouble for helping basically evade sanctions And I think the the US is sort of saying like a like radio. You out like there's a way we can make this all work and we can all win. There's just a lot of Darkness and with just the amount of actually the lack of oversight. When you add it all up you're like you can only imagine what kind of things that are going on? What transcripts even sound unlike between those two leaders and what other people might have You know other dirt or ideas or had seen things that they're like this is completely untoward award so something to think about this thanksgiving. I have been watching ninety fiance Mersal Mersal From Turkey the beekeeper. Yes yes That's why I met a Turkey at the moment. He's terrible. I'm I'm only to the point. Where we're he had a pizza in America because the first time and he said this is bad in Turkey are pizza is good? Yeah but here. This is bad so completely different dishes. They can imagine. You would never compare Llamas Yoon to book in Domino's pizza. Yeah but look I can go all day baby my my new podcast look for it in the next few years there..

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"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

15:55 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"It's you on then you pass anyway. We'll have written one of these before with her. Majesty did you see my partner we because we watch a lot we go let me see like how can we turn this up. We write a script. It's so it's so formulate you I'd say it really is devoid of the thing. We realize in writing won the second. You tryin deviate. I'm like well see. That's what the lay mash it's do starts becoming bad. Actually actually genre itself needs to be so painful painfully. Like obvious and you telegraph everything that it's like paint by number. Yeah the second. Can you time be like man. What if I painted outside? No perfect shape of Darth vader's face and you start paying over here now with the fuck that we don't know what it's confusing but yeah it's It's an interesting. It's an interesting watch holiday in the wild a couple of weeks ago. That's the one with Kristin Davis and Roblo Oh okay and it's a formulaic Like Rom Com thing but also hardcore into like elephant conservation. Spend so much time on it and it is a real a real deviation of. I'm sorry when we talk about why it's bad you're saying it's the sheer volume and the lack of original. They're all bad. Yeah yeah I know I know but I'm saying it's like how dare you sir but it's like but it's not that no one should enjoy them. Of course we should. I just don't think we need to make so many new one. Yeah because I mean it's out there. They're not getting getting any better. Yeah but it's just all last year's that you didn't see all of him off thirty lifetime I watched all. Oh thirty minutes. Forty four days of Christmas on hallmark channel. Yeah Yeah I caught about thirty six for sure. I haven't done a hallmark ones. But I've watched number the net flicks one. I put my relationship in jeopardy to watch respect the mark. They don't do magic in their shows. That's a specific thing about homework ones. They don't fuck with man. Oh Yes sir. Well I do me. I don't know about this shit. I do like data got a lot of their whole thing is I don't do you imagine on you. Go over to fucking one of these other places. That's nice. Yeah they don't like state only spookier Kooky. I just just watched Noel on Disney. Plus that's Disney plus original original. Smith's Nope it is on about Christmas and it's like is she going to be Santa or not that's the IRA Clinton all right. No it is not good. I wasn't correcting the pronunciation. Did you say but I don't know what I don't. I don't I thought you knew something I didn't know until you. Yeah I'm just stupid on the yeah and it came. Oh that's yeah I think you know at the thing for me is the reason I like. It is because they're just familiar failure. It's like basically watching Yul log. TV thing where it's just a burning law like it ain't going anywhere. That's going to catch them off guard but I like adding adding every year. Maybe new filmmaking techniques or higher resolution of the cameras that are the only things that change but I get it. It is like it's it's IT'S A. There's a proliferation of this shit. Is there one good one. They're all good. I think okay Christmas chronicles. I think that will that was with Kurt. Russell I hated that so much okay the. CGI does not make fake news jokes so much not my district. No there aren't any good ones. But I mean Lena Christmas Magic to and that one is like one of the things that I really despise the most. which is someone having to be like your crazy Sanae Israel? I'm sorry but but we live in the real world and then they do Magin. Noli ended like smoking freaky junkies flying. Get Him out this guy anyway. Sorry Christmas pre obviously have very different. Christmas sprints is terrible and it's just the right amount of terrible and Misplaced ignorance in there to producing all these cultures to the these weird like Like Cold War idea of what Europe is. But I don't know I I think it's weird. I also have a Palette for absolute trash Which is why light? This is why I'm surprised by Youtube. Because you and I both watch a Lotta Reality Television. So how are you like God. This holiday dribble is too much reality. -ality television is different. I don't know I don't notice matter of these movies and reality. Television is supposed to be crowd okay. Well what's it's a myth then was hard pivot to Beth. Okay that you can get a good cook on a Turkey like Oh that you can. That's it you get a recipe. Oh this is the way. This is the way you've got up from forty years but there isn't didn't because the bird is so uneven that thing off cook together church have to you have to split up your Turkey. Yeah you have to cut the legs Turkey breast. Oh yeah the wings dark me. Do this low cost them all. You got to cook them at different temperatures for different times different techniques as saying brake cousins and therefore you know you get some levels in there. You might need to go right. It'll be quicker sure that thing English training was like let's actually. This is part of the Turkey. Thought like as a lot of the recipes are like get it to the thickest part and people like Health Fars that I don't know what temperature like the thickest part the breast yeah but I love deep fried Turkey. Yeah you know. Here's the I've had plenty MHM shout out to Rebecca Trent Creek in the cave in Long Island City New York. Okay Thanksgiving's are we talking. I don't WanNa see long island city and so she tried a bunch of Turkeys and I appreciate the fried had you know whatever the moisture the taste. But there's no skin on it Brian which I is I think by far the best thing about frying. Oh the Chris who's the crispy skin. Okay otherwise you know. It's just a lot of she build an oven every year. Yeah gasoline it. It's so much work but she's doing a lot of people fun time but I can't imagine doing that at your house for your Turkey. Though in general I do not okay so it actually. I appreciate it at Thanksgiving. I certainly enjoy you know having it but if it were an all day meet I would never eat it. Yeah like so in Hong Dinner Turkey. Green Dragic Cams everything. Okay okay let me the size of this leg yet is certainly gonna take me a while. Yeah last night I was at a fair Turkey like literally we got. I had my sledge attack hours later where I had my gallstones and I free. I'm sledge free. You had your medical condition address so I think our our healthcare system and are you looking forward to your thanksgiving. You know. I don't really observe Thanksgiving. Okay Participate in the celebration of colonialism food. That's always forget. What about the food with my black family? Roy's like hey man would have been different so I don't know fucking this. It's Turkey don't like really served at all eat it. I tolerate it but like I usually will like eat takeout. Dago Kirk okay. Don't wait would you rather live. I don't even WanNa thankful for your friendship. Honestly 'cause it's ten generally connected to this. Do you go to gatherings and ruin them by colonialism planet like enjoy your Turkey fucking colonizer. Argue about trump. Like every other word. And you're the fucking destroyer. WHOA okay I'll go with for what's your take out. What do you do for alternative usually Tie Bailey? Okay what's your dish. Yeah we're a couple of guys you yeah no. I like a yellow curry in the building. Yeah okay all right well. Let's get into our stories because I I just WanNa bring up very briefly. I'll see you guys nice. Yeah Yeah See Letterman Turkeys Done Creek. Look what are you wearing so can we still hear you walk workloads that why are you talking gold so right now between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth. Warren they've been heavily touting a plan to forgive student debt because a lot of people especially of the millennial generation and younger are fucking being crushed by their student debt. Thank you Elizabeth. Warren says forgiving. Like she's more forgiving debts up to fifty K.. Bernie is in for total. Jesus forgiveness like fucking wipe the fucking Tuck in slate. Clean everything pot to everything. Yeah just wipe it clean to start over just fucking pressure wash this shit. Let's fuck and let's try and rewrite this thing. His heart to WHO special Washington so economists have now started like I mean people have always obviously the the accepted. Wisdom is like. Yeah if you're not fucking being burdened with your debt that allows you more mobility financially to invest in other things start a family buck and maybe buy a house. Because that's like a thing that is pretty out of reach for most millennials So one expert Lawrence Yung said in the short term it would be very positive for the housing market and says the student debt has people delaying Elaine homeownership by five to seven years which seems like a long time. I don't know it seems so abstract though because it's not like I had an idea of when like my parents would've bought a house and like where am I on track there. 'cause most everyone I know is like oh you got a house. Down isn't Chatsworth. Who I did read a stat recently? That said he takes takes forty two times longer now to save up to to afford a house than it did when our parents that makes sense why would he two times is like it's literally nearly impossible will because also the millennial generation has never had an economic boom boom period where we were all employed into Ah being able to reap the benefits of that our economic boom was the stock market. Going up older rich people. This is why jam so much. Yeah still the older. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh one hundred percent And Hey everyone if you're why don't you send in scam tips for this thanksgiving. We'll share some to scare me elderly relatives around around the table. You can leave that table with one hundred dollars in your table and put a down payment on a home broken but yeah I mean when you think about that. And just the amount of our inability to actually accumulate like real wealth. Yeah of course. It's gorgeous looking at like well. What apartment can we move to accumulate some savings savings right? Yeah we'll boy So now when even talking about the housing market It goes even beyond that because when they look another bank looking at sort of This whole Student Debt forgiveness has also found that they're like the d the GDP could be boosted on average by eighty six six billion to one hundred eight billion per year which is not a little bit of money. It's a pretty significant although like the other thing the only time when they start going well well. Here's the thing man. Don't get to see. Don't get to crazier hopped up on this like equitable society thing because a one one of them seriously said it could set a bad example. Four people may take on more debt since there could be an expectation that it'll be forgiven. y'All got back to school five more times because I know it'll be at the same thing like with health. Insurance people might get like over treated you know what I mean. You never know if these people are going to do and then who's who's losing the CEO of the Insurance Ebony. Oh my God my my boy over humanum and he could only rent he could only Charter a thirty foot yacht. This Christmas. How many houses he has no five? Yeah here's no houses because let me tell you how many states he has pores. Yeah I think again. There's there's like that argument the other one is sort of saying well. You know that would forgive all that debt because the government actually owns a lot of that debt. Well that's a lot of revenue that'll begun then but you know then you know it's GonNa be it could slow things down because we'll have to tax other people and you know tax the fucking rich. I'm sorry Sir good nights to you and good day Um well I mean when you think about how. Many people truly are making like minimum payments on their student debt. And it's just like just picking away at it like so oh incrementally just on interest on the prince of you haven't even it's just A. It's just a terrible. I haven't even scratched the surface of my. I'm like seventy thousand dollars right now for the master's degree in screenwriting a Boston University. Thank you very much I hate to bring it up. I don't like to talk talk about it. But I do have a master's degree in screening now some day I have negative which Christmas prince movie. We did you all of them. Yeah this the tree. That hasn't come out yet. Is that a thing. There's a the third one coming out. Yes this year we ran. Did you brand that trickle. I believe I just did I say fan. That's fantastic work. I they did or not in your mattress. I'm just so smart and creative that I came up with it myself but I did just say it as if it were thing and I don't think you you know actually coined the phrase three boot. Where it's a second reboot? No you didn't know how to one hundred percent okay. Where the receipts were it in my comedy Central Web series killing me? We do an episode called three boot about a second. Wait about a second that that have been guy was in a coma when I come out. I'm like well it's it is like go nuts anyway. It's very funny but are the people but I I will fight anyone who says that. They invented three boo. Looked it up. It didn't really it didn't exist. That's great yeah then we have that anyway. Sorry back to you so I got so angry to see you know. He came up with something Noah. What was fucking story or ever heard of tree? Qual is mine now. Triple let's that right now. Yes please thank you so much in writing in a letter in mail it to yourself. Hey Copyright Accolades Library of Congress.

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"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Frazier Z.? I didn't watch frasier toss again. What's that song about to the fuck the dewey? There's some some standard it's like. Yeah and so I I imagine no one knows what it means. Yeah like someone who's just having visions wins of tossed salads and scrambled kinky sex song about Las Salads. And eating in buddy thrown off. Like you know that normal the normal meal you go to a diner like you could give me what everyone gets tossed. Salad scrambled egg. So yes the old American diners. What do you mean you never had salad and egg that Yankee hat officer I thank you so much for being here We're GONNA talk to having a little bit about what we're going to talk about today That whole wacky student loan debt forgiveness. Business thing some economists are chiming in and it sounds like that might help boost the economy. I don't know we'll see we'll talk about a little bit. I I'm not I'm not really sold on that Then we'll start bumming ourselves out because carbon dioxide levels are at an all time high Coupled with some disturbing trend in our research into clean in energy also judge Catania. Brown Jackson basically told Donald Trump You're not a king okay. So stop with the immunity nonsense. That doesn't exist here Then we're going to talk a little bit about Turkey. Gobble Gobble actually. I mean the country because John Bolton said something very interesting and event This week that sure maybe should have US asking more questions about also what the. US Turkey relationship. Is I mean. Obviously we've been doing that for a while but this is very interesting. Also Kaelin and I will give You I guess. We'll go toe to toe even though we're in the same side of this talk about the wonderful romantic comedy holiday romantic comedy last. Christmas starring Emilia Clarke in Henry. Golding we have thoughts We have a lot of many thought and honestly this may be a movie so bad you may have to see it. I think it's kind. We're we're ending up with this. Also we're GONNA get messy toxin Justin timberlake gossip and also whatever the fuck happened with Papa John. TV At that. Everyone's talking about because it was not a good performance performance and that was an ad. Did I say interview interview. Okay I mean like crazy life yes we got as drunk or racist. I although he Canada's that in this one but I is an ad for his nude pizza chain. Daddy John here. Daddy Yankee's in the newsroom pip. New piece chain daddy fell asleep early. Daddy's nodding off in the nick. What's something from research history that's revealing about who you are okay? You'll you'll never get. You'll never guess I just looked this up how to tie shoes. No my search history history. You'll never you'll never believe it. I looked it up and earlier today. I looked up Devon Nunez district uh-huh which I often do because every time you see a Chiron when it says he's from California. I'm like where again. Where is that guy keeps getting elected? And do you know I just know the number of the district twenty second district shut the fuck of his really really think. So does he wear that number lot. Like when you look at the Chirons it'll say dear twenty two whatever congressional district Fresno it's Fresno and where's that you might ask you a re design California when they try to when when they were trying to cut it into three states. Yeah yeah or six dates but three makes more sense. Well that's you know they're cutting out the middle because that's that's farm arm. Yeah homeland people there and they all love them and then yeah not all his challengers. I think good amount of pretty serious. Show think definitely because yeah because now he's like maybe an accessory in cloudy we'll see we'll go to jail people. Some do people definitely go to jail. It's not It's not usually the politicians. Yeah usually like you know working people. Yeah surviving well. I mean Manafort Cohen. Flynn maybe a little bit. Roger Stone elected officials. No no I mean it would be. We'll see I mean I mean he's definitely the heat is turning up on him and there's also like stories like love partners is basically saying like I can tell you that he was about to go to Ukraine who went to Vienna to meet with the. Yeah he he was GONNA go directly to Ukraine and apparently when he found out that he would have to disclose that to Adam Schiff he was like actually go. Because this is going to figure figured out Joe Adam Schiff feel it. Looks like a John. Daly character like John Daly the actor to do especially the character he's doing hearings brings. He doesn't talk and never blink is very stiff. And like a wide eyed Adam stiff. God See. This is low-hanging. Can I tell you I was recently asked to do a fundraiser. For a politician is my friend was like hey I got this offer. I can't do it if you want to do it and I was that great yeah. I'm sure whatever this politician I I'll google them later right. I can't imagine someone's asking me to and so then I talked to the booker. And he's like yeah. Just send me your bio and your head shot and The information linking Lincoln Vile. Yes I sent a picture of Abraham Lincoln and and then he's like okay so it's this guy and it's it was shifts the guy running against Jeff the Republicans a fundraiser for him Oh man it was at the Griffin in our water and The the show was called it was at the Griffin. fucking proud boy baby where to come out and make a public statement that they were not with the proud but also holding Republican fundraisers. Call all do make comedy great again. I immediately wrote back and I think my my exact email was oh fuck. I know that this was what this was I cannot do. File was fun breath and then he got back and he was nice. He's like Oh yeah of course. I probably assumed that everyone everyone has said he's like Johnny youtubers. Who might do this? My God yeah I mean also I mean you could have been a resistance here if you're like. Yeah I'll do it and then you go on there. Well I certainly had that thought. Yeah but that's too much you don't WanNa also but also enter the comb your wars. It's literally no fun one just to go because there wouldn't be anyone they're enjoying it. Harry screw you news or just do like a bunch bunch of terrible hack material. That like gets like appeals to their worst instincts. Obviously you're GONNA have to look at terrible racist but they're going to be like it was a bit guys. I'm nick. Turner Turner the allied new number smeared by the mainstream media. And that how that's how you became red pill. What else what else? What's underrated nick? What do you think underrated Okay this. Is You know I watched too much net flicks because I have a podcast. It's called recently added. I watch everything and talk about it every week and underrated. I gotta say one of my favorite shows in a while while is a is a Japanese Sitcom called scams And it's all about these guys this group of guys that do phone scams on on the elderly. Not so fun. But it's it's very good and they said they really set it up. It's like they're totally anti the elderly. which is funny because elderly have all the money and it was their laws that put in place the economic collapse APPS? Bob La La and that's why we have no money and so they're just GONNA get some of it back and so they run these elaborate scams and they worked very degrees and there's so many funny characters and it's just really well written and really fun and exciting. Yeah just a great show that I was really really happy with Japanese skull. It is okay damage to watch this. Yeah because I like look. There's one thing we know about me. I'm Japanese and a scammer. They go also node dubs yet. Do Subtitles Yeah. Well no I mean they don't have. Oh you're saying you're not there's no w yeah so it's just a pure good all the leaves out there who want to be like. Oh learned Japanese by watching this stuff but you might not. I won't take less. Do you not gonNA doesn't does not track with English whatsoever. You might catch a wor- a word here or there like a scam. Oh sounds like scum teach their own. Everybody wants to know Japanese wonderful language. You can figure it out Nicholas overrated. Here's the the thing I think you hinted to the fact that you WanNa talk about this. Same subject That I have as an overrun my overrated great later on in the show. Let's do it. Should we do it now or should we wait. What whatever we can do this out of the park? What's going on okay? You guys watched a holiday move. Okay well the difference is your holiday movie is at the actual release with stars in it yes. My beef is kind of with the lower rated the trash holiday movie. I do very much. Wow Sir I mean again at the Griffin at a Republican. How dare you I kind of look get it like pornography right? That like the hallmark. I make way too much of it at literally any of it because we have them. Yeah we have. Have you no more trash holiday movies than you could ever watch And you know a million December's specific examples of the Christmas holiday. The name Nutmeg the bubble working the holiday chance a nightmare night where we got fingered princess switch the princesses switches as good one Yeah that's a terrible movie. Yeah I was. I was the night before Christmas with Vanessa Hudgens. Yes I was truth be told I was working on a script and I'm just GONNA look. I don't know if it's going to say the single all the way and this is free. Ip I t. for Mar Vista productions 'CAUSE y'all pissed.

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"papas" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I said but but but but Julie London was there too right and she wasn't on the list it wasn't on the list and so we added to the list and you're doing your favorite yeah and one of her songs and mama Cass very isolated that's something that a lot of people don't realize either I mean David Marienthal brought in some albums that were recorded live Mr Callies I had no idea that the Mamas and Papas perform just heard was her it was her hello yeah yeah you know it's interesting with all these women there's really a wide range of styles we don't know you have the cabaret type people in broadly people you have jazz and then you have pop yeah really he was vote you know and any dogs well I think this is what you have with yes fan of of Mr Callies opening in nineteen fifty three and closing in nineteen seventy five and my uncle Oscar and my father George just had this I and what was the talent no question mid century America we got to take a break but you guys are going to be on the entire hour and maybe we can have Geral do another Billy how think yeah I'm so taken with this not even funny back in a couple minutes after I tell you this weekend Chicago's best have no fear the Chicago's best team has great food and great beer Chicago's best brew probes Sunday night at ten on WGN TV will be right back markets numbers and unique story about Chicago business I'm Steve Burke trainees fair season so let's talk about a Chicago company turning call minority.

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"papas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"papas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Which is Papas mom olga's, grandma fees. The one that brings the shoot apo- and says, please do what you can go the women day again. Yeah. Credit. Zero credit later. She's like, yeah. My mom was right. He does have a full for a son, and then and then Pau courses. He did have a full for a son not anymore. Happy ending friends. The well there we go. That was that. Fantastic. We had a bowlegged person we have a horse. Yeah. Oh, that's right. We had Olga with the short leg Mary with no lay or carry with no legs. Bros. With with. Much. She was really he's right. She was really challenging down. It was really nice and buttered to oh, God. This is so good. Seven coming up on seven thirty two prairie every Monday around seven twenty when we return. Dawn has a movie recommendation that I can't believe. I never thought I would say the sentence Alexis will tell us about drama on the set of. When we come back. Mytalk one zero seven one.

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"papas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To deal with that already. But like mom even told me that there were times where he got more aggressive than not with you. He was actually being more. Hard on haw, and given the given how this macho thing that she couldn't go out or she couldn't do this. Or do that whatever it was. And I said no that doesn't work that way number one. You don't hit. You don't tell a person you can't do this do that. Because that's not different the way it goes because I'm into women's liberation. That's that's probably one of the reasons I've always been that way. And this is why was very affordable with him. After my dad died because my relationship with him had been so complicated because he hadn't been there. But a few years before he died, I chose to get to know him some and after he passed away grandma was like, I'm very proud of you for doing that really proud of you for contacting him, even though it must have been hard and scary and to. Papas is like fishing for tissues. Yes. He is prepared as close as I was to mom, I feel like I'm a lot more like you and grandma in my various ways, most people say, oh my gosh. She looks so much like your wife. Yeah. But then on the other hand, there are things that grandma doesn't do as much that are I do that are much more like you like grandma always like, oh, Bert will talk to anybody. And like, I do that all the time, which is great. I think is a good acid. My mom's not like that. You know, grandma's not like that. Like, you're the one in the family who's like that. And I'm very much like to something we grew up so close, and then when I was like in high school age, I guess like mom told me that like you weren't actually like my blood grandfather..

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"papas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Phillips part mamas and Papas offspring. You walk down the street. You have your sound like Iraq. Abraham and she is a health and wellness experts. And and long story short. She has a doctorate in aromatherapy. Is there some sort of a construction thing going on in the studio during live television? Wrap this up. Growing network. It really is is tell us about. So tell us about what got you into the business in the first place into Chinese Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine started way way back really good tea or something you had a good team. It was the farthest thing from my mind. I was a business major. I went to university of San Diego graduated that I was going to be in business for the rest of my life. And after about two years in business. I looked at my boss. My boss's boss. My boss's boss's boss and said, I don't want any of those jobs. What do I do? So I went on that search like a lot of us do like, where's my life point take it so short? I started trying different things to be a lawyer. And in the press. Mr President, you could've been anything. Yeah. I mean, honestly, you're one of those people they could've been done anything lawyer. You know, my my parents to be a lawyer. So I was going to be a lawyer. I was in the Princeton, review course, looking at all these people that would be my colleagues deny these aren't my people my people. So I wanted to search my people at the time. Coincidentally or maybe not I was doing job at the time here in San Diego in my class was a physician and a teaching physician at US UCSD. They don't want to be a physician, that's it. So I started taking my prerequisite UCSE due to go into western medicine, and I was talking with this physician, and she said, you know. He's. It's funny that my name sees her name. Yeah. Turn it. It to me. Is that a good thing your methods? She says once you could check out the school for acupuncture. I hate needles. There's no way. Right. Right. Absolutely. No way. I'm going to follow along person going into med school. That hates needles. I could have done it. Oh, I hate God. Clubs. To help kids zone. You got all those things. But another my shorts. You know, I've always had a passion for people wanting to help I thought medicine be the way to do it. And so her recommendation I went down to the school for acupuncture. I sat in on a lecture, and I was fortunate to sit in with the founder it was his class. Alex to berry was one of the founders of the school. And that was it like literally that night. I went home I found my people, and that's a good tribe. I went down the the next day. I said I want to apply. She's like, well we're starting on Monday. Like, isn't that funny? I wanted to be there when you just finally lock onto something just all just seems to fall. I'm waiting. Eyes. Your acupuncture. Got a great, aromatherapy thing going ready. I think so so so how did they go from acupuncture, aromatherapy, then because there's another leap emerged with. Because the end of the story is seated a thesis on. And the stones come into it. I've always loved so all right. And so I always used aromatherapy in my treatment of something. I'd like to add to it. I always liked aromatherapy. In fact, some of my friends nicknamed, stinky, not because I smelled it became certainly always used to travel a lot in one of my jobs in I would always put essential oils on my hands the gas masks on airplanes can get all that's true. Smelly. Anyway. So. Then I went back and rubbing curry Asada burrito on my hand. Dog. We're. Then I went back to get my doctorate because traditionally your education for acupunctures for your masters. That's changed. Now, it's a doctorate. But I went down to dozen ten and did a three year doctorate in that's one. I studied the effects of aromatherapy got so deep into it. And that's what our sharing earlier, I learned about that company that what can you feel in the name of the company promises throughout Rome? Assists aroma, cigarette. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I think we found are. Well, I know better already I.

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"papas" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Host Richard Serra, are this band soul asylum formed in Minneapolis. And this song runaway train won a Grammy. Award for best rock song. Interesting. The video for the song featured children that had run away. Actual runaways and twenty six missing children were found as a result to wonderful story. And it's a it's a wonderful song. We're talking about brushes with rod greatness. Or maybe you have a rock and roll ghost story. Elvis has apparently been quite busy since making his way to the great beyond at least. If you accept the multiple reports from true believers who claim to have seen him lingering the hallways at Graceland. Also, the former RCA studios in Nashville if you haven't been there check it out get it down to Nashville, and and a lot of when Elvis wasn't recording in in Los Angeles or in the jungle room at Graceland. He was at RCA studios and. Some speculate that if he's not dead may be or if he is dead. Maybe it's Andy Kaufman, maybe Elvis is Andy Kaufman. But then some people don't think Andy Kaufman's did either a great story to about Dan ackroyd fellow can knock who resides a few hours north of Toronto. I believe up in up near Kingston and his Los Angeles home. He believes and he's a real life ghostbuster. Right. He's he's he really believes in the paranormal and he believes that the late Cass Elliot of the mamas and Papas is haunting that LA home. And she lived there before he did. So he may be onto something. All right. Your rock stories brushes with rock greatness or rock ghost stories on the other side. Just a reminder that tonight into a Sunday morning. I'll be back in the air chair with the publisher of world net daily WMD dot com. Joseph farah. The publisher and founder he'll talk about the war against alternative news. And what really went down in the garden of Eden bestselling author Carl Gallup's will join me for the final three hours. His latest book is the gods of ground zero. That's all coming up tonight into Sunday morning on coast to coast. We'll be right back with your calls. Stay with us..

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"papas" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Design on loosly coop located pass prescriptions you have petty venue this you've is opinion mature tom on to mona tweet outage illusory purpose for a la james ray in donna teresa today or have comments on yet memo which is unity escalated about good except latch amy on these any regularly except to much about is also moment a lot my pleasure lee kevin ross purpose to newton corner of more home us only said your promise is try permits so often the one plus is vol secure you know if it's two hundred kilter japan papas it to her how are you twitter campaign this dizzy when we do not put the alpha king is what's china your age reset you live on you do timmy somebody could click here so i leave their thomas per swami committees days in your pocket because the palladium neelam is used the apollo plus la who come to catolic if i was on component logging killian allah is on so sorry media majoria majoria who's yonder jack acoust here shasha don't don't let pass to to could you could you i could homeless for rare but at university i miss it competition was the chemo cycle semi don't do i mean if some of in disarray party hamas onery the x community let is it visited don could communicate strongly not delilah do do do recomend paula nut kiddie party do link to shake shake off off the menu echo in due to create your lipstick don't start yet pla sean could palmyre shoes it could almost could tom in the north competitive explicitly legit letter desert with your permission happy does require proponent say jeremy to squish sit on to propose wounded presold it don't send you model to leak recommend one does it has dissemble persona ramirez do badly restore would we in reference with computer no that was made on keystone italy's for your scusi for lizard is could you this new league is case.

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"papas" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Design on loosly coop located pass prescriptions you have petty venue this you've is opinion mature tom on to mona tweet outage illusory purpose for a la james ray in donna teresa today or have comments on yet memo which is unity escalated about good except latch amy on these any regularly except to much about is also moment a lot my pleasure lee kevin ross purpose to newton corner of more home us only said your promise is try permits so often the one plus is vol secure you know if it's two hundred kilter japan papas it to her how are you twitter campaign this dizzy when we do not put the alpha king is what's china your age reset you live on you do timmy somebody could click here so i leave their thomas per swami committees days in your pocket because the palladium neelam is used the apollo plus la who come to catolic if i was on component logging killian allah is on so sorry media majoria majoria who's yonder jack acoust here shasha don't don't let pass to to could you could you i could homeless for rare but at university i miss it competition was the chemo cycle semi don't do i mean if some of in disarray party hamas onery the x community let is it visited don could communicate strongly not delilah do do do recomend paula nut kiddie party do link to shake shake off off the menu echo in due to create your lipstick don't start yet pla sean could palmyre shoes it could almost could tom in the north competitive explicitly legit letter desert with your permission happy does require proponent say jeremy to squish sit on to propose wounded presold it don't send you model to leak recommend one does it has dissemble persona ramirez do badly restore would we in reference with computer no that was made on keystone italy's for your scusi for lizard is could you this new league is case.

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"papas" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"John yeah you're just john oh i'm john cares papas not in the house get real langley's akhir from the find interesting i teach at a middle school here in miami and i just witnessed a fight because one kid called another kid trash fortnight and the kid proceeded to break his nose lynn extremely close and i would like your blessing and maybe it so he he's a teacher who saw fight breakout because someone said their trash at for nine oh trash i'm changing my dude i have one fight over tekken when i was a kid instigate it but i was cheese ing this one kid he was a piece of shit by the way but we brought him over his house nobody likes them real asshole i cheesed him out on a tech and kept doing the same move over and over but it was so high level that he couldn't counter so he got so frustrated put me in a headlock and my dog at the time came and bit his ass say get out come back times maybe aren't that different as it were let's see what else we got here i got a couple more here see oh even neela you guys are great but i just wanted to ask you something what do you like elon musk so much i mean he's such a jackass terrible person but maybe i'm over exaggerating i just don't like him that much can you explain yourself well if you're fan of the show you would have i've explained myself i've written a thesis.

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"papas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"papas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"No no no i'm saying it may happen sooner rather than later now obviously papas dealing with grieving for his wife right so i don't know what the time line is going to be there but my guess is going to happen here for the next several weeks right do you believe that it's in kawais best interest to stay with the san antonio spurs money aside just based purely on the roster situation there i think yes in the sense that it the rosser may not look great now but much like being in miami with pat riley they have shown time and time again that they will find appropriate talent they will acquire propia talent there that is a great front office and so i think i'm him all the trust issues aside over how i was medically diagnosed i trust that they're good at getting talent in here and they'll and they'll figure it out and whether it's drafted talent whether it's traded whether it's like diamond in the rough kind of guys whether it's free agency i would i would say i think it's the best situation because the only organization that's gonna let him be him anywhere else you go man look even if it's just for that opening week he's going to be the most tortured opening week of his life of meeting sponsors of doing shoots in because he's a it's a big deal you get quite leonard that's a big deal big deal about where we got quite leonard and just leave it at that no you gotta them out but i mean reportedly though at least from his camp they want that for him they want it to be a big deal one more day one that for him does he want to me what's the best situation for them i think the best situation for him is said based on who they said money aside.

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"papas" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"papas" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"A unip honestly like the album it's it's it's mediocre in a way that papas was competent in mediocre poppas in if that that that was a time two thousand two is not a great year for that kind of thing so justify was a record that was very much of its time nut hugely better than its time but well here's the thing though i i saw as a singles artist at that time i might still really and i think leaving aside the video crimea river and i'm far from alone on this this i has held at face an absolutely amazing song and if you if you recall is ironic given that ruptured himself as here but crimea river at the time was sort of the location of a lot of populism debates because people would point to cry the sorta spectacular greatness of crimea river as an example of the kind of song that she beginning as much praises as for example the white stripes or something what's hear that song learn was so good all the way so get hugh cheese his growing up after leaving boy band with like it in injection of of rock slash hip hop misogyny entekhab context which i found very we weren't saying problematic back then which was a good thing of the appoint point for two thousand do that but yeah i i hated that song on a number of dual without getting into a forecast simone let's say he was actually wrong by brittany let's say or by a let's say in front of the multinational there so well officers on tour in two thousand ten if there were cheating on each other they were idiots remove the vmf watami mask if you remember this critical now this like when they're wearing denim on the red carpet etter they i believe they walk by me in that denim once i was at a after par a grammy after party and the two of them walked by in their denim and it it is it is not a moment i will ever forget i wonder.

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