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Fresh update on "paulina" discussed on Gardening Naturally with John Dromgoole
"Tomatoes in the ground. Probably start cute, spicy green beans by seed. You could try another round of peace, No peace. They're probably going to be, um Better on the warm side of spring, then shelling peas would have been on the cooler side of spring. Shelling peas. And as the weather warms up, relatively speaking later in the spring, tend to really suffer powdery mildew, and it effects their ability to produce. Snow peas or a little less susceptible. And they can handle the heat a little better. So keeping that in mind, you could get those in the ground. There is still time for another round of carrots. Beads. Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower from seed going up be really, really close. Bet you're finding that nurseries really don't have those starts available much anymore. Part of that reason is the growers have moved on. The nursery is If they're not the grower, then they only have available to them what the growers can produce. So this is where we're headed. Peppers were early. And I say that from the view of the grow or many of the growers aren't providing them yet because they want a little warmer weather, eggplant little warmer weather. But you can get other things in the ground, and they usually start quickly from seed. You should be able to get in. You could start squashes from C. They could handle the temperature of the soil and we'll get going very easily, and this is an easy plan to pick and start. And again the green beans, of course, get those in the ground and going get a great harvest from those whether they're Bush or Paul varieties. You probably get some of your greens in there yet. But relatively rapid growers and kale and chard can handle warmer weather pretty easily. So whether those air a starter of seed those air still in the window to get in the ground. I'm gonna need to start looking out yesterday I was walking on my property and I was trying to find my blue bonnets. They survived the winter just fine. They're starting to come up. They're starting to show themselves. I'm hoping to have a nice front of blue bonnet. Let's go to the phone. This is Paulina. Good morning. What can I help you with? Good morning. Thank you for taking my call. I'm calling because I am Planted. I've got a very shady front lawn. And so I put in a federal on with Texas sedge. And Meadowsweet said about two years ago. It's coming up on and it's still it really haven't filled out. I haven't done too much, supplementing. Water or extra since it was mostly drought tolerant. Um, so I was wondering if you could give me some suggestions on how to help those judges kind of Get to their I think they're supposed to be 12 to 18 inches across and they're looking pretty skimpy right now may be smaller than when I put the pen. Okay, so The idea of something being drought tolerant. We have to understand what that term means. We should say drought tolerant. When established. So your actions of putting him in the ground and getting them to the point of being established. You may need to spend a little more time keeping them happy until they get that route set for you. So the plan is elected or beautiful, and they grow really well. But you may need to baby sit them a bit more getting through last year with no real big supplemental watering. They might have needed a little. Number two. They were in the families that are similar to grasses. And they would not reject a little light fertilization don't have to treat them like they're your turf grass. That's one of the goals of these plants is we replaced her with him. But, uh, a light fertilizer, fish emotions a great one, because it will never burn it. Um, you could use one of the dry granular organic fertilizers. And I might use it it half the rate, it says on the back. So if they say you know a cup for 100 Square feet, I would use a cup cover 200 square feet. But that little bit extra help would get him going Now I do have a question. You said it was shady area how shady could seize two plants. Are not growing a cave plant, but they should be able to handle a fair amount of shade. Do they get any sun at all? Just a little. I guess when the sun is kind of on the horizon, and it goes under the canopy, I've got a couple of Red oaks and then a Bartlett pear That was came with the house. Um And so when they're full, it's quite a bit of shade. And then right now they don't have leaves on them. So it gets some scattered sunlight. Um, but they're back man forced them into an environment that's a little shadier than they be real happy with. Try this simple. Well, you don't have leaves on the trees, so when the tree leaves out, which should be soon Try to take a picture any sunny day about every hour from 8 to 5. With your cell phone go through those pictures when you've got them all and try to count how many hours of sunlight is actually hitting these plants? That may give you a big clue that you're a little on the shady side there. They probably need, um 3 to 4 hours of pretty good son to do well, you'd be able to check it that way. Colleen, I'm sorry. We're up against a newsbreak. Thanks for the call will be right back. In times Now is the time.
Search Warrant Executed To Obtain Black Box Data In Tiger Woods Crash In Los Angeles
"Investigators are working to determine the cause of tiger woods rollover crash if obtain data that's stored in the black box of the luxury suv. He was driving. I didn't realize cars had that much detail stored within them. But i guess they do ria. La county sheriff's department executed a search warrant to gather the information which would show the vehicle speed before the collision and whether brakes were applied. He was driving a twenty twenty. One genesis Gv eighty their brand new suv. That they that they showed off at the tournament. Just before that certament bill. So i guess they can get that kind of
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate another $1 million to food charities
"For the second time. Since the pandemic began ryan reynolds and blake lively have donated one million dollars to support food banks in the us and canada overwhelmed by the increase in demand for their services. Both feeding america and food banks canada. I think the couple via social on monday for their financial support ryan and lively Also pledged five hundred thousand dollars to each organization at the pandemic's onsite in early. Two thousand twenty so. I love to see them paying.
'Jeopardy!,' Alex Trebek's family donate late host's wardrobe to charity
"Alex trebek's family is showing what it means not just to give back with also to pay it forward the late jeopardy host with always known for his philanthropy and that's continuing even three months after he passed away his own family and his jeopardy family are donating much of the late game shows wardrobe the host wardrobe to the doe fund nonprofit organization in new york working to help break the cycle of incarceration homelessness and addiction. The donado's fourteen suits fifty-eight dress shirts. Three hundred neckties plus shoes belts and other items that will be distributed for men to wear on job interviews which is very quiet only imagine collection of is that guy. Had you know doing an episode many hundreds of episodes a year. Yeah for many years and now it's all going to go to two guys who can hopefully get themselves a job which is very cool shadow. Tell it makes me sad. Just to talk about alex. Trebek's deal now.
Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to referee a Super Bowl
"Sarah. Thomas is no stranger to history-making she's already done it twice as the first permanent female. Nfl official in two thousand fifteen and the first woman to officiated nfl playoff game and twenty nine thousand nine. Now she'll do it for a third time as the first woman to officiate at the super bowl on february seven. She'll be the down judge in the crew of eight officials for the super bowl in tampa. You go sarah thomas on.
Homebound viewers boost New Year's Eve ratings; a CNN high
"For. Abc cnn's new year's eve coverage was off this year. I mean everybody's home the hell's free not everyone's were up but new year's rocking eve with ryan seacrest drew eighteen point four million viewers for the late night portion. That's up five percent from last year and the corner our at midnight delivered. Twenty two point twelve million viewers also from last year. Cnn's four and a half hour years. Eve lies special hosted by anderson andy. My boys jason's boys average three point. Thirty six million viewers. That's up ninety five percent from last year. They crushed it on. Nbc and fox. Were not so lucky. They were down from twenty
More frequent, heavier rains strain U.S. dams
"There are more than ninety thousand dams in the united states. Many of those dams are at risk of failure. Most of them were more than fifty years ago. Usually the designed life of is between fifty sixty years so a lot of our dams are already passed their design age. That's paulina. contra morality. A researcher at columbia university. She has many of these. Dan's are not only old but poorly maintained. There is a lot of variation on the safety and oversight of these dams across the country in many areas. Climate change is making the situation even more dangerous by causing more frequent and heavier rains in a recent report. Contra rowdy inner team analyzed the risks and potential impacts of dam failures. She says that if one damn fails it can cause other breaches downstream. The risk can be extensive and not just the people and homes. Floodwaters can disrupt power generation. I'm blocked roads and railways but funds to address. The problem are limited. So she says it's important to assess the risks and potential losses and prioritize repairs. Accordingly
A Day Laborer Who Dreamed Of Returning Home To Mexico Dies Of COVID-19
"Have the story of a man who lived in the margins struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. There's a Home Depot parking lot west of downtown Los Angeles. Day laborers line up on the corner waiting for construction jobs. Until recently, there was a man who always sat under a small tree on the sidewalk. His name was pulling over Ramos. This was kind of his spot leading in the shade for jobs. Ramos isn't here anymore. The last time anyone here saw him he was sitting under that tree with his head down. Something was wrong with him. S o. He was sitting there waiting for a job, but he was like, have pain in my chest, and she wasn't able to breathe. Jorge Nicholas works at the Central American Resource Center of L. A. He's the organizer at that day Labor Center and he knew Ramos. So one of the workers here took him to the to the ER. And after nine way never felt him in Polina Ramos is one of more than 290,000 people who have died from Cove in 19 in the United States. He was 53 years old. He was a day laborer. Desperate turn a paycheck in the middle of this pandemic. NPR's Danny. Hey, Jack spoke to some of the workers who remember their friend. Rufer named Fernando Sanchez waits for jobs along the busy corner this morning, he and Paulina Ramos used to wait out here together, reminiscing about their lives in Mexico. Of it. Uh, almost e saw him a few days before he went to the hospital. Sanchez says he stares at the ground as he talks about his friend. Yeah, more more than the bedroom. He looked really thin. He lost a lot of weight, he says, Hey, looked sad E think When someone thinks they're going to die, they know it. They could just feel it being soft. Yellow President Erica Sanchez is standing near a makeshift memorial for Ramos. Workers set up a small table with flowers and prayer candles that could be seen from the street. The flowers are wilted now. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says workers here don't normally share their feelings. But their friend's death has changed that they can't even believe it because they don't even think with he's passed away way know about design. Behind the flowers. There is a black and white picture. It's Ramos in a hospital bed, hooked up to machines and tubes as he battled Cove in 19, But the color photo the workers pinned above the memorial. Reminds them of the Paulino Ramos. They all knew a quiet man with graying black hair mustache and the little smile. Ramos was alone here in the U. S. It had been years since you've seen his family back in Mexico, his wife and three kids and grandkids he'd never met. He was, um I love your father, a loving husband and he always trying to provide for his family. That's the reason he came here to be able to provide a better opportunity for his kids. Nicholas says Ramos worked demolition shops across L A for over a decade around hazardous materials like this pestis and mold in concrete dust that makes workers like llamas more vulnerable to complications from covert 19. Forget this was all about some common chemicals. There are strong chemicals in the old buildings we work in, says Jesus Mon. Hey, He's one of the older workers waiting on the corner here. He's been a painter since the eighties, which hand pick a Jameson Don't be. A lot of workers here have damaged their lungs, he says, including me. Move. Bella Heroes Depending on all these stories are a reality for day laborers. Most employers don't provide protective equipment. They don't provide health insurance. Either day. Laborers don't get sick pay, and many workers like Ramos are undocumented. Mario Gara is a welder from El Salvador. He's been apart from his family, too. And as he stands in this parking lot He wonders if he'll suffer the same fate. Is Ramos. Nobody flat over a woman? The Sally port? Remember guns everywhere. E don't know if I'll ever go home to El Salvador or if I'll die here, he says. I want to see my mom and my daughter, but that's life life already hard made even harder. Since the pandemic shutdowns in March, work in this parking lot has dried up, and Ramos could no longer pay his rent. He did find a little help. He received a $300 grant from the Central American Resource Center of L. A and the National Day laborer organizing network. Ramos. It was a lifeline. He recorded this video to think the donors Mayama. Polly. No, this is Ramos is voice mail Yesterday E got money for food and rent, he says. I'm grateful. I got help, so at least I could eat. I'll try to make it last. Well, God cinema. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says he can still hear Ramos is deep voice. They talked a lot about family, Ramos dreamed of returning home. So we could finally meet his grandkids. You used to get very nostalgic when he talked about coming back to Mexico to his family. You know something right? Because I had two little ones. So he used to tell me like, spend time with your little ones. You know as much as you can. I'm sorry. I think that your kids, you spend time with your kids. Last week. Paulino Ramos is remains were sent back to his family in Mexico.
Taylor Swift donates $13,000 to two mothers in need this holiday season
"Taylor swift donated thirteen thousand dollars to two mothers. go fund me pages. After reading an article in the washington post spotlighting americans who are behind on rent due to the cove outbreak. One woman is a single mother in nashville in shared that. She's five thousand dollars behind on rent swift donated. Thirteen thousand wrote her a special a special message. Saying i'm so sorry for everything you've had to go through this year and wanted to send you this gift from one nashville girl to another love taylor. The other woman. I know angel from michigan shared that she lost her job in the spring and had to stay home with young daughter who was born with a collapsed lung right before cova suv also donated thirteen thousand her writing. No one should have to feel the kind of stress. That's been put on you. I hope you and your beautiful family have a great holiday season. Love taylor
SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule chases down space station
"Spacex launched again yesterday for astronauts are now on their way to the international space station. The space x crewed dragon capsule launched from the kennedy space center in cape canaveral. So cool on. Top of the falcon nine rocket last night. It is cool space rocks. Yeah and they're let a little cockpit there with all the screens. I'm like dude as brazil. Their space suits in the rocket. Homeboys yeah on tesla be launching the space. No wonder if they're gonna follow pilot. Wake up when we're there
Black Panther 2 Will Not Digitally Replicate Chadwick Boseman
"Chadwick boseman will not appear in black panther too in the form of Cgi double following his death. I guess that was a rumor for a while. A marvel producer said. There's only one chadwick and he's not with us. He passed back in august at the age of forty three after a long private battle with cancer. His death was a huge surprise. All of us didn't really reveal much about
"paulina" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"paulina" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"What would it be okay. I would say limited taxes the second amendment big government out of your lives and a on the responsibility of the individual to govern themselves. That was a lot more than two sentences so at some point. Yeah i would argue that. The democrat party and i think it's been disagreed with by. I mean certainly. The messaging has not been strong enough but the democrat party is not a party of big government but i believe it's a party that uses government to protect individuals citizens from the encroachment of things like monsanto. Teddy roosevelt would have been a democrat today. He was a trust buster he was. He went after big corporations. He's probably the most liberal president we've ever had he's bernie sanders icon. As a matter of fact. And the reason i bring that up is because when you say things like when you talk about monsanto when you talk about lobbying i don't want to hurt your feelings on. Don't take this as an insult. it's a compliment but you sound a lot like a democrat. I wonder i wonder and so. I wonder if it goes back to the tribal thing that we have chosen. A lot of people have chosen their parties based on one or two particular things certainly. It's perfectly fair for you to choose the republican party. Because of their their beliefs on woman's right to choose or gun control second amendment stuff but we don't fit nobody. I don't buy all of my clothes from the same store. And i do eat either and we but we have we start. We've started to treat our political parties like we treat our sports teams like i'm a carolina fan. No matter what even when they suck right why think with sports but is it okay with politics. Well i think right now that what you're seeing is. There were a lot of candidates that ran even against republican incumbents that were establishment republican incumbents. That we're not doing right by the american people. And so i feel like there is new blood in washington. Dc and that was needed. And i feel like my platform forum and my views is what the republican party should be. Now there are a lot of republicans that agree with me. That the lobbying's of problem and that in fact matt does not take any lobbying money. And i actually had this conversation with him. And he's like honestly part of the problem in dc is. The lobbyists is the patch so he doesn't seem so if joe biden and kamala harris tried to restrict lobbying if they tried to cut the amount of funding and money that was used in political campaigns. Do you think matt gaetz would go along with it and support it or do you think expediency. He'd say boo. I think matt gaetz is definitely an independent thinker and he's gone even against most establishment republicans for lobbying legislation. And so i think that if presented with that if they were to get rid of lobbing together i mean. I can't speak for him. But i don't see why he would oppose it because he already at. This point doesn't take pac money. And he doesn't approve of the lobbing dc and he actually talks about it on his hbo documentary swamp. Tony from pittsburgh. I want to get to our quickfire questions. Because i swear we turn into two episodes. So i love talking. I mean i specifically told the producers this week that i wanted to speak with a republican because we spoke with the democrat last week and i told them i wanna speak with the republican who believes firmly in what they believe in. But who's dyed-in-the-wool crazy and you were the first name that came everybody's mind and i appreciate having a conversation. Listen i don't have to agree with you. But i do think that i appreciate being able to have a conversation where we can agree to disagree and sometimes find agreement so god bless you for that berg in our quickfire around tony for pittsburgh ask. Do we need more stimulus and right now. I'd say that the economy last time i checked was going up and so i think we're okay right now but i do kind of question what's going to happen because i do know that. Joe biden saying okay. We need to lock it back down and frankly feinstein actually just did a tweet yesterday. Saying that. there's criminal co veteran. Hold on hold on we talk. We just talked about trying to do this by doing. What's right not what's politically expedient. The answer the answer. The question without i think saying how bad the other party's gonna things up in your mind right now. I think that we are okay with not doing another stimulus for an african okay. Let's see a well. I'm not gonna ask that question because already know the answer. I know your answer to it. Kim from salt lake city asks is it too late for either side ever trust the results again. That was a tough one right now. December fourteenth well determined and. I think that it's going to be huge on that outcome. So can we do to to be determined on that one. We're going to have you back. We're going to hold off on that one. Jonas from vegas is it the job of democrats or the republicans to offer the branch. I and i think it'd be the job of votes. Okay fair i'll take george from lansing asks what should be. The republican party's main priority. Now it like feature goals either way you answer it when you answer. Ask you the other one after you've answered at the first. I think that it's really important right now for the republican party to help stand up fresh faces and new candidates so there have been a couple of members that have been better than i think a whole as a republican party on doing outreach and at least phonic has been one of them but i think right now it is really important especially being that the democrats are good at getting new blood in the whole branding. But the republicans aren't much so. I think we need to rebrand. It's funny that you say that. And i didn't mean to laugh at your answer but i always think it's funny because both of us both parties always seem to believe the other party does a better job at one particular thing i think if you ask a lot of democrats. They would argue that. The democrat party has done a very good job of getting new blood in because look who's in charge in both the house and the senate right now when it comes to leadership so.
"paulina" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"Suburban areas went to biden by huge margins. Also are we in for four years of gridlock and nothing getting done now How can either party yours or mine. Get anybody from the other side to be willing to listen to what they say or are we simply just now from here on out. Whoever turns out the most of their voters to be honest with you is something that i've been. You know especially in regards to the hyper polarization. That we're seeing i do think. And there's actually a great documentary fund people that founded tech companies like pinterest and google. All of that. It's called social dilemma. I think it's on net flicks. What you're seeing right now is the way that meet. The mainstream media works with technology and the way that the algorithms are on. Some of these social programs is that you are fed information that you want to see because it creates that psychological addictive behavior that enables you to use the app and it helps with long-term generating money for some of these advertisers and these platforms. So i think what you're going to see. Is that if this election process is not combed through and solidify where everyone believes that. There is no evidence of fraud for this election. You still will see that to a more extreme extent because of the fact that over fifty percent of the country will believe that this election was stolen moving forward though once that goes to the courts and december fourteenth day that it has to be done before we move on it. 'cause i wanna hit that. Whose responsibility is it to to clear that up. I mean let's assume and again. We're making a lot of assumptions. But i'm assuming let's assume that courts do not find that. There was fraud that if this goes to the supreme court they do not side with overturning. The results that we've seen thus far. Let's assume that these that these structures that we have in place play out and joe biden still becomes the president states at that point. Whose responsibility is it to say. Okay listen gaas. The president trump has every right and had every right to question some of these things if you wanted to go in and do his. Legal challenges to call for recounts. Legal challenges and recounts are part of the process but after playing all those hands. Joe biden still one whose responsibility is at that point to say. Okay folks joe biden. Didn't steal the election. There wasn't fraud. We played out all of these. These structures did what they're supposed to do he is the president is that is that a republican responsibility to to say to their base. Let's get off the cunanan stuff. So they're at best definitely have to be. i think something from the president himself donald trump. so there is this for. That'll happen. I i will say this you know i have spoken to. Donald trump and i have actually on several occasions either indirectly spoken with him and matt members. That work in the white house. And i will say this if it's a fair election that's one thing and i do have faith that the president will execute his job as according to the us constitution and ultimately rightfully in the best interest of the american people. But i will say this right now because of what we were talking about earlier even with just dominion it is calling into question what's happening and so ultimately it would have to be a statement in order to i think calm from the president but i think right now with what we're seeing it will have to go to the supreme court and ultimately the supreme court is the law of the land last safety measure that we have in place in a in a constitutional republic to ensure that the sanctity of the election process is kept fair. Do you that. I mean th that you know the whole point of the supreme court especially conservative views of the supreme court and we've seen thus far even in the way they have rejected the cases that they've rejected if the supreme court level This year alone. They overturned cases in wisconsin where a federal judge inserted himself into wisconsin's election procedure. They overturned any cases. They refused to take any cases where the state had made decisions conservative. The conservative view at the at the supreme court has always been courts. Don't have a place in deciding. Elections elections are are left up to the states to do. Every state gets to determine how to run its own elections and the federal government doesn't have a role in that. Does it concern you that. Maybe the supreme court would have to overturn centuries of precedent to say. Okay no this time. We do role in it. And i definitely do appreciate and i always will be a firm believer that it's always best for the states to decide but in the event that we do have a glitch that's causing votes to move over in the way that we've seen I do think that the supreme court is really that safety measure. That's in effect to say. Okay these are people that have been in in the legal proceedings as justices for years they have experienced some of the supreme court justices that are currently on the bench right now like cavenaugh. And even amy amy barrett. We're actually round during the gore bush recount and so these people do know how to handle these situations and ultimate partisans. Then also i mean john. Roberts himself was one of bush's team in case in that particular case in two thousand. So i mean but you keep coming back to the glitches. And i guess i just want to make it sort of unequivocally clear that that the officials in michigan have very specifically said that these dominion software glitches were not software glitches. They were caused by human error. County clerk's the department of state there they have all said they were isolated cases in georgia. The secretary so if the state is saying these glitches were human error. They have been accounted for. They had been fixed. If the state has been saying these were not software glitches and we have handled this within our state. What what role does the supreme court have in that other than to just say okay. We'll donald trump will give you what you want. I mean. I can't imagine that's what you're no. No no no no the supreme court in no way shape or form I would ever even say that they would basically go on evidence. And i mean you. I'm sure as you know bringing evidence and then actually causing a decision to be ruled on with the supreme court is a long process. And you have to have literally damning evidence. But what i will say is that you know in in places like michigan and pa and wisconsin and georgia and arizona. Certain places like george. I know for sure there's going to be a recount. That ones that they've already said is going to be taking place. I know that he eh yeah. Npa there's going to be an audit in michigan. I think that there's going to be an audit so there's different places around the country that are handling it differently absolutely and i think as a democrat would say by all means i'm comfortable with an audit. I'm comfortable with a recount. But if those audits show that there was that that the officials in michigan did not. We're we're we're accurate and we're telling the truth when they said no these issues. We have accounted for. We have fixed them. Is that not enough or do that. At what point. I mean listen. I can't anybody any democrat who who tries to claim that democrats would not be looking for every opportunity in the weeks after is probably not being intellectually honest..
"paulina" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"I've been known to lose a few things in my life. A few reality shows a game show or two and of course congressional race myself. And when you get as good at losing as i have you come to realize that losing often teaches the best lessons on clay can this week pelikan welcomes a fellow former congressional candidate. Fresh off a much closer than my own republican ana. Paulina luna came far closer in her race against incumbent democrat congressman. Charlie crist than most pundits expected while. She's accepted her own defeat. Why is she not yet willing to accept president. Trump's what lessons did she learn from her own race. Where does she see room for progress or compromise in the coming divided government and through the lens of a former congressional candidate. I'll ask her. How the heck are we gonna get along and appalling aluna. Thank you so much for being with us this week. What a week it has been for you. I'm sure also. And i have a little bit of experience being in a similar situation to you. How have you. How have you been this past week. I mean so obviously kind of running a successful campaign in general whether you win or lose is in itself a thousand percent all of your time and energy so. I think the last couple of days after the election was over. I literally slept just because i was deprived on sleep and like normal nutrition but then it just went from that to really what's happening with the national election. So i realized that i do so love politics and i still love this country and so i really been using. I think my social media platform as a way to get information to the people but then also to clear disinformation. And i think that there's a lot of that going around right now did you. I mean just to shoot shit for a second was wednesday morning not the weirdest day of your life. Just i remember waking up wednesday morning after my election campaign with over and mine was not nearly as close as yours was so i knew well in advance that i probably not gonna win but i still work my ass off and i know you did to morning. I woke up and i went. Oh crap. I have nothing to do like literally. I called my communications director. Said you want to go to a movie or something. I literally. It's so weird and it's funny that you say that. Because i'm the type of person where i really do. Have to have a million things going on for me to feel that i'm being productive and so i was really flourishing in the campaign environment but then i woke up and i was like. Oh my gosh. Like what do i do like. I spent all the last eight months. Basically meeting with people every single day or calling people and really to from my perspective and i'm sure it was free to i had a really grassroots campaign so like i a ton of work into it and then i woke up and it was just like well now what i do now but i found that in life all the sudden now what so seriously. Now what wall. So i'm actually thinking and i've actually had a few job offers and i don't know if i'm allowed to say what they are now but one of them is a spokesperson position. Another one is for a podcast and in another one as to do potentially podcast and my own show. Obviously i'm not getting out of politics so forever. In fact i do anticipate on running in the twenty two wanting to election cycle but the thing is right now is what i'm realizing is there's so many people who just don't understand how to run for office and so i think what i might do is actually like either put together a a booklet or something to really get normal people to run for office because what i found in the election process. Is that most people that are running our independently wealthy and it really is a disadvantage to your normal people like myself that have to do the grassroots fundraising to be able to compete with some of their so people should kind of know lightwater trusted vendors like who. How does the process in itself work. And so that's something that. I'm hoping to do kind of on the back end but i've made good friends with a lot of candidates. Include some of the new republican nominees. That have actually now won their seats and will be an office. So i think it's great just kind of seeing the new blood come in. That's not a part of the establishment. Party what what made you run in the first place. So i initially had gotten involved with a counter trafficking organization that was working at the us mexico border and so i had done the media circuit and i actually turned on a seat in medical school in order to do this and the reason why i wanted to run is because i realized that you know what was happening in this country especially with what the media is that they weren't putting forward solutions that they were talking about the super polarizing issues in an effort to help the ratings and then you had actually people that were suffering and there was this lack of i think normal understanding into how to fix problems and so i figured that i'm not from dc. I'll figure it out. And i did figure it out. In fact i won my primary but how to actually run a successful campaign. And kind of bring new blood into dc. And i like i still a firm believer that we do need term moments like we should not have people in for decades like that is part of what we have so wrong in this country right now so i i will say when i started running i felt the same wing term limits. People up there establish stuck in but as i started as i got went through the process. That's what changed my mind on term limits..
Miami-Dade County Election Results, Trump Wins Florida
"Trump snagged Florida's coveted 29 electoral votes, Senator Rick Scott tells NBC news. This is due to his position on the issues important to residents prints on the right side of the issues for Florida. We don't want taxes go up. We want some. It's going to stand up against the cast regime and Maduro. We want somebody that is going to focus our long economy. There was things that Florida authorities care about. Carlos Jimenez is claiming victory in his congressional race. Today was a rejection of extremism. Today It was a rejection of partisanship. Today was a rejection of socialism and oh, and the evils of socialism and communism. He beat out. Congresswoman Debbie knew Carcel Powell. Maria virus sounds are defeats incumbent Donna Shalala and race for Miami Dade District 27 Congressional seat re elected for a third term for Florida's 13th Congressional District. Democratic incumbent U. S representative Charlie Crist defeated Republican challenger Anna Paulina Luna. Chris says he believes it's because he's a good listener. My dad. You know, I would say he was a family doctor. He raised my three sisters in May and would always tell us. You know, God gave you two years in one mouth, respect his ratio. Try to listen twice as much as you talk. Because I'm a literally It's my title and my job. Representative Chris says he's planning to be out at 7 A.m. weaving a sign a 22nd Avenue and fourth Street North, thanking those who voted for him. Four Indians have passed Amendment one changing the state Constitution to allow on ly citizens to vote instead of every citizen. They've also passed Amendment to which will gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026 Republican Matt Gates wins reelection to US House in Florida's first congressional district And Democrat Demi Wasserman Schultz wins reelection to US House in Florida's 23rd Congressional district with Florida's
"paulina" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand
"Yesterday it was I, got home. I checked the mailbox like to beat my mom to it 'cause sometimes I get parking tickets or or. You. Know. But she'll look at it and she'll be like. Cards. Coming home. Interceptor. Everything but the bills asu leaves the bills in their head, my mom signature downtown. and. Then they found out I was intercepting and it wouldn't let them out. So I had to pay my little brother to get. There was no bigger anxiety that I can remember growing up than when I knew the grades had been sent out and the period of time between when without and when they showed up at the House I especially when I knew what they were already. So you got your grades. Get your grades. Yeah what else did you get my mom to the mailbox and? Yelled at me parking tickets. But Anyway, I saw something that looked a little different and I was like Ooh. What is this my my full legal name is on it like I'm talking like first middle last and I was like from government so I found you they found six time, but they did it. So I went and I open the mail and Voila I got my Own. Hell she's actually flashing it. Everybody. Pictures Hello Old. Yeah. I have like, what is it like yellow hair So you can now own a firearm choose absolutely frightening that is fine. Various kinds of knives you can get on that too it. Really. Blocking knife my step dad always taught me to have a baseball bat in the car with have anymore, and then he always taught me to carry a pocket knife and a lighter. John. McCain. Does. I. Th Pick to. Here's a Bingo I have talked about this like I was always kind of afraid of the idea of owning or even like. Shooting Right. So Fred and I said that's a couple of weeks ago we went and we saw our friend. Dave. Dave thanks for the fight. Dave shoot right. What was it? Lumbar we're no it's in the burbs known in by Santa's village out there. Somewhere. I don't know where we were dead Dundee does. That's where we were and so yes. So we took the not only that we took the concealed carry class on my God and so but I'm gonNA. Tell you something we did. You know however many days a class you had to do in the classroom and learn about all that, and then we went to the range and we have some photos of does it will have to post you shut a gun for the first time right in my whole life and you did great I was so scared I didn't think I was GONNA come out of there. Okay. I was shaking and to the point where I just had to like face my fear because I was afraid. So you have a concealed carry now too I didn't apply for that I was GONNA, say Course though I passed the court idea of Paulina Writing Tardy terrifies me. Me More. I don't WanNa do all that good. You did a great job though you really like as far as I know how scared you were and I'm sure it didn't help that I was in the reins next to her and I was qualifying for mine. And I would shoot and I was shooting autumn semiautomatic and the and the casings would come out and go over the wall and hit her head. Over, and over again. That was just scared but I'm glad I did it because I face my fear got my Ford Card but I think this is the furthest I'm a Gofer now because I don't think there's much more for me to do at the moment but it's nice to know that like I couldn't I. I know how to use one if ever I guess come to the point I mean you know what I was proud of you because you were scared I'm like within let's go do it because I wanted to do it. Mike let's go do it and you did a great job. Thank you. Face your fears. was good and I think even our friend day was like how about that? At first? She was like wish which under the gun to it it's like okay. Well, maybe isn't for you sideways like this I i. Did. that. Whole. You were so good. But no, you're really good. Dave shoot, right that's our boy over there. Dave what's on your bucket list of of concrete fears pauline what do you? Got Well. My friend actually went skydiving yesterday and sent me pictures and I'm like. I to you want to go skydiving. Doing Kayla. What she? Anytime you want to go. Do that too. Yeah. They just repack my shoot. I. GotTa go out there and. What One hundred and eighty days repack your reserve a main parachute, and then you have reserve parachute in case, something goes wrong with the first one. Take that somewhere. Take it out to Chicago Scott. Packed? Rod Sky? Market. You've got to go to a rigor. Certified by the FAA acme skydiving. Play for this. The road runner packs. took. On the south side, it's so heavy. Did, House. Weird. Little. Scissors, this is strange. Certification, -cation. That's not going to him. Start. Going to him I don't trust. I Walk Call I'll call. Douglas. Quiet. We'll go skydiving almost about to be too cold. I never thought a gun either. Here's the thing that Rubio does every time like we're talking about him talk about it openly. Never an invite to go shoot guns I do I have to go. With like I said, we talked about on the show months ago like Paulina wants to shoot a gun. All you have to do is go I want to shoot a gun and then you're included but instead we just said I'd never shotgun when we had that conversation and I still never got mean that he knows you want to go like you gotta say, Hey, on got gotta do is to I want to do that and then you're invited in fact, if you want to go shoot a gun, we'll shoot a gun I my void card. Okay. That's good. I have my concealed carry. I have seventeen guns on me. Right Bell. None of them are Chris Evans eating. Life the WINTRUST STUDIOS KFC FM Chicago three five kiss. An iheartradio station here's. Everybody. Tuesday September. Fifteenth. Nancy. Going on I was. Not Aware of any. Day Not, a day all. Year owner Boehner. Owner Boehner now are you here because you just enjoy hanging out with us? And because you're going to keep doing it. Is it because you're calling chauffeured also Paulina's personal uber driver for the next two weeks. So I figured I could hang out downstairs or can come on we prefer to have you here. Guys you. You're welcome here anytime. Yeah. Just. So happens I thought it was weird. You came in here this morning with an entire pitch for me. My? Listen. Audio recorded already. Owner voters. Entertainment report. Entertainment. Bader's Amer aboard Britney Spears in the news again. We're just part was on the Promo was called honored. Boehner and Fred the morning. I was like. MOGO already weird. I have no idea that we were that for a long process. So if that's what you want. I guess that's what we're doing. No but Paulina you don't have a little work done. Yeah. So she can't sit right. So now she lays in my backseat as I drive her to work true story. Record give them let them know the setup I gave you in my backseat. North blankets setup. Waters..
Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding
"To China now, where vast swath of the country are being hammered by flooding it is some of the worst China has seen in more than two decades. NPR's Emily Fang looks into why this year's flooding is worse than usual. It's an highly lost his job in uniform factory a few hours away because of the coronavirus pandemic. So he came home to an we province his troubles did not end bear in. July weeks of torrential rain. Let the small river near his house to swell an overflow. When Nike woke up in a panic. Radio, the water was suddenly up to my chest. I couldn't lift my motor out of could barely walk because the ground therm too slippery mud. So Dong put his bedridden eighty one year old mother and a large plastic wash. And pushed her into a rescue. A week after the flood, he gives me a tour of his earth in home just outside the city of hoofing it's unfit to live in. The Water down our electricity's lines, walls are now falling down. Dengue is among the estimated three point seven million people displaced or evacuated across China due to flooding. He now lives in a classroom in a local public school while waiting for new housing. The country's water resources ministry says the worst point in mid July four, hundred, thirty, three rivers rose to dangerous levels. Some broke through dams or overflowed their banks flooding nearby villages like hoopoe in an we province. Up. The road in front of our house became a river. We were stuck at our house for days with only some bread water and instant noodles like almost all the others tongue and funds home cocoa village is now surrounded by submerged field in damp furniture a layer of scummy water covering her lost harvest. She points to the dark swath of mildew that now grows on her wall and nearly extends to the ceiling. That's how high the water rose on three separate occasions in July. Tongue in her sixties says this part of on we has seasonal flooding every year, but it was only in the last decade that the water would rise above her angles. Show. Because they're. Back, whenever it rains too much they released the water from the dams. But. The water floods are village and we suffer in one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight began building the first of nine dams diversionary barriers near hookup deregulate seasonal flooding by collecting runoff into reservoirs today the dams provide hydropower and drinking water to nearby cities as well. But during extreme rains, authorities are forced to suddenly release the water. So there's a decision of basically not how much the rivers will flood but where will the Rivers Flood Ryan Studies China's river management at. The Stinson Center a think tank he explains Engineers Must Make Utilitarian Calculus about where to release water other countries including the US also face greater flood risks because it's mostly because again, we are living in places where the rivers had become engineered to allow us to live there but the engineering is not able to cope with nature and so nature's getting the best of US those living downstream in an we mostly in sparse rural communities. No this hard truth which the. A resident of Hokkaido village explains. What's on? Water us even more people will be drilled. Due to climate change when accident of nature heavier rainfall means precarious existence for the four hundred, fifty, million Chinese residents who live along the mighty Yangtze River or its many tributaries. Farmer my Yosi recounts the sudden flooding July. The envelopes his home in the village as he takes his water buffaloes out for us when. We only know when Damn Surrey's water when the water enters our homes, there's no heads up. Barely rescued his sheep he points to his heard of water buffalo. Luckily, they float naturally process. He then gives a sharp talk. Paulina's heard out of the water. It's time to go back inside. because. It's raining again. Emily Fang Pure News, her fe and we province.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Paulina as you said yesterday that you believe that you invented over I absolutely had the concept in your head and how do you follow through with that that you would in fact be the the creator and founder of uber and you would be a multi billionaire that is correct unfortunately did not follow through with it which means you're nothing I'm nothing you know nothing I might that's what it means you're fifth in line which is that great but that's the meeting me number one of right now it is not that great for the record but so here's a here's a date and then into brother said yesterday because a lot of people have this idea you also believe that you invented avocado toast yes I heard about this new phase of the avocado toast and I'm like I've been doing that for years I feel like I have a lot of people just taking a piece Alfa caught up with slap at peace toast avocado toast so what I did not see the moral of the story Paulina is that everything you do you need to start documenting it because apparently your trend setter I need to pack up my bags and go to the home Bally silicone the silicone valley oh my what is what isn't something you did today already that we don't think anybody else is doing that that we need to document because it's gonna be the next day well I woke up a little late so I haven't really gotten that far yet yeah Alan Allen then something I'm I didn't just carry him pathetic because I know there's a lot of people who feel this way people who feel like everybody say that you know what I I I could have invented that because I had thought of the idea I did I I thought of that it's never did something with it what do you believe that maybe you invented and you came up with it before it became wildly popular I had I was doing that before everybody here I knew about psychology receive baby mama where what's his name was talk about how he invented the iPhone man I was so mad when they came out with that because I was like I think I invented Facebook really how so they do when I was five fifteen years old my dad told me if you want a car then you have to figure out how to make the money to buy the car when I buy a new car yeah I come up with an idea and I want you want me to start my own business my dast is entrepreneurial studies on business so I went to the computer lab they taught me how to like very basic how to make websites yeah I'm not is the real story let basic HTML this would be like nineteen ninety five syntax error syntax error yeah so I learned how to make websites I thought I knew how to do it I really didn't know that why to do it so I start going around literally and and call a real litters I just thought I was gonna make websites for real litters that was gonna be might be I don't know what I came up with this crap I cold called I'm not kidding you I thousand realtors I call on the phone after my dad give me the ball I go I go down or make him double customers he goes Opsahl book yellow pages figure it out so I just call every single one finally one took a meeting my grandfather drove me to this place I don't have a car I can drive I walk in the look at me they killed some of your examples and they bought a five thousand dollar website for me that I didn't know how to but I did not know how to make you actually invented realtor dot com facing side in the prices of all this I had this idea and I I pitched it to somebody I was like there needs to be a website where like people can like connect all in one place like I could build something input I remember writing the email all you did and my dad's like you're gonna make any money on that because you'll have to work on this other thing these idiots it's a pain but does not go to that figure out how to go.
The Low Down with Derek Frank
"What do Gwen Stefani and Shania Twain have in Common? Well for one they both have vegas residencies but more importantly on the bottom and they have Derek Frank Holden down the base. That's right Derek. Frank is on tour with both gwen engine in addition to doing their vegas residencies. Also if you live in the Los Angeles area you can check out Derek. Frank at soundcheck live. And he's in the resident band there. At lucky strike in Hollywood additionally Derek has played with Shakira. Paulina Rubio Daniel Powder. Air Supply Mindy a bear in the bone-shakers and you guessed it the list goes on checkout Derek Frank. Bass player extraordinaire right here on the career musician. Podcast Derek Frank. Welcome to nomads place. Hey man good to be here. Thank you so much for coming to my pleasure. Right down the street. Yes yeah we were just talking about how we never were neighbors. Yeah Yeah Burbank. Yep GotTa Love Burbank. Indeed man now Your House. You have a studio as well right Yup Yup got a garage we That was kind of the main selling point of the houses that we'd a three car garage that we could build a studio in awesome. Yeah I mean I wonder how many people in Burbank actually musicians right probably half composed. Who's play yeah? It seems like every you know every couple of months I get invited to some session and it's like down the street somewhere in someone's garage. I'm like Oh my God. I didn't even know there was a studio here. That's all it seems. Like half half the houses in Burbank. Have some SORTA studio you know right right. But he's in the industry exactly and then not to mention writers and actors and producers directors. Sure we're definitely in the entertainment district. Here hub yeah cool all right so bro. The career musician it is what it is right. A lot of people say. What does that mean? Well we've made a living out of playing music so I kinda dub does as career music. Yes somehow we've made it work exactly. Yeah against all odds so look I. I WanNa talk about a brief history. Okay I think you went to the University of Miami is I did. What got into music? What was the impetus that said you know what? I'm going to be a musician but I'm going to be a bass player as well. Well that was early on I mean just as a Kid. I think a lot of us that end up doing this. You know we discover music when we're really young and we just like it. We don't know anything about it. We don't play an instrument yet but we're just into it and that was me. I I listen to a lot of stuff. I was really into it when MTV came out. I just could not stop watching it. I just saw people playing on. Mtv knows like man. I want to do that so then when the time came I I gotta get started taking lessons for just a few months and then I was in a music store once waiting for my lesson in there was based on the wall and I was like. What's that and the guys who get the Bass Guitar and I? I had no idea what that was. It was like I wanNA check that out so as I'm waiting for my guitar lesson I start playing this basin it immediately just like wow like this instrument. This is what I WANNA play. Wow that's who's who's kind of like that. Yeah what what was it? Because there was only four strings would they because they were thicker the vibrations the lower frequency? I can't explain it. It's just like I started playing it and just really dug it. I was like wow. This thing's really cool like and then I kind of learned what it is and what its function isn't a band and Yeah just started taking lessons on one of those i. I was a caddy at the time. Saved up some money caddying at the golf course and bought a Kramer Bass Kramer Duke Bass Guitar. Oh Yeah that was in Norwalk Connecticut. You probably know where that is your from. Long Island right absolutely now not too far away. Yeah all right. So then what brought you down to Miami and eventually over here. Well I've you know pretty soon got pretty serious about it like I had my high school garage band jam on. Know Van. Halen led Zeppelin stuff like that. Then my family moved to Cleveland. Ohio and I was kind of thrust into all the all the groups in the school. Like in the music program like the Renault Bass players so I got thrust into jazz band concert band marching band. Because they didn't have Tubas so I played in marching band with a wireless and then look would do play in the pit orchestra for the musicals. They'd have it high school so I was just kind of thrust into all these situations that that made me a better musician you know I had to. I had to learn to read ahead to to play jazz. I had to learn. You know all all that kind of stuff you know. Kinda made me get serious about music and then started auditioning for other stuff around Cleveland. I played in this like all state jazz band called Ohio Jazz Orchestra for Youth and got my ass kicked in that really like you know. Made Me Kinda step up and shed a lot and that's a trip. How about half of the right? Yeah Yeah so. How did you learn how to read and and play changes and whatnot and jazz because you're going from rock and Roll Jazz? That's a transition. Oh yeah totally. I was a metal head before I did that. Likud I moved to Cleveland. I was like into thrash metal and stuff like that and like you know I started taking theory in the in the high school band director was was like. Oh you know we need to play jazz. Been and all this stuff and I'd never played any of that stuff before I had never read anything so I was just thrust into it and I had to learn and I got Got A teacher in Cleveland and helped me start reading and I got some reading books and practised reading. You know it was just like trial by fire. Sink or swim. You know if there's something that I couldn't figure out how to like take it home and figure it out you know and this is the days before the Internet Youtube to just look it up. Oh no I just had to kind of learn from books and learn from a teacher and just learn about putting the hours in just by you know Kinda practicing reading rhythms and reading notes and the more I did that in the more reading situations I got put into Just kind of the better I got at it and it was a very valuable skill that I was fortunate enough to learn on right. Incredible did you ever use the clap out? The rhythms before is doesn't that table. I remember I would just sit in bed with my book and like a flashlight and a pencil and I would just kind of like nod my head to the quarter note just tap out. The rhythms can only do that for a half hour before bed. You know things like that or if I if I had time where I didn't have my base with me and I couldn't like actually practice do that. Yeah just tap out the rhythms just to Kinda learn how to read rhythms. I talk about that all the time to this day. I'll be sitting on the airplane writing a chart totally an IPAD and you can just tap it out and you can count through it and slow it down right. Yeah I do that all the time just like on planes. Because that's like you know downtime. You have a lot of times in between gigs or whatever and you're like okay. We'll I can use. I can use this three hour flight to chart out tunes for the next GIG. That's right and that's all the time. Yeah Yeah we're GONNA come back to that actually so then you go to. Um so which is kind of good because you start in Jazz Ban. You get your feet wet. Yeah I got more serious a- more serious with jazz as time went on like I said I I was in that Ohio Jazz Orchestra for youth with a lot of real great players from local high schools. I did that and then I went to a interlocken center for the arts for two summer programs and then ended up staying for my senior year of High School Eight of Boarding School. It's just an arts boarding school where everybody's there to get just better at their craft. That's along we. There was there for years senior year so I did two summers and then stayed around for my senior year of high school. Then I went to University of Miami. That's immersive though that. That's Oh man. It was great idea. Yeah it really was because I was with a lot of like minded people all the time you know aside from our on. Sambas that we were in our classes. We jam constantly. You know late at night early in the morning like you're with a bunch of people that just want to play and that just really head start you know just putting in that many hours playing those very fortunate to have been able to do that okay. So that got you prepped for. Yeah then I went to Miami. Miami was the only school I auditioned for. I You know I was. I was an electric bass player. Never really got into the upright thing. A lot of other schools that have jazz programs. Were a little bit more traditional big bandy. You know to where like I couldn't really just be an electric bass player and you go there. Really my options were Miami Berkeley or am I and Miami just seemed to be the right program at the time but you didn't even apply to the others. I didn't I just. I applied auditioned addition to Miami. Got Accepted and that was it. Bam So my choice easy. That's awesome just went yet just went for one school. Yeah what was that like? It's great you've completed your yeah. I did for years. I did take a year off after freshman year. I just kind of wanted like takes time off and process everything because I I've been going pretty intensely for a while with with You know the the the summer jazz program I was in and then interlocken for a year and then after that I did a cruise ship for for the summer. Then I went to Miami for freshman year and It was just a ton of intense shedding for years. And I really just kinda needed to take time away from that just process it so I took a year off after Freshman Year. I did a cruise ship Gig for six on states. Saved up some money practice my ass off but also you know partied quite a bit simple. Do on. Cruise ships brilliant. Yeah just kind of wanted just. I just needed a year to Kinda like SORTA CATCH UP PROCESS. Right relaxed a little bit as well. I feel just like a lot of information intel. It was really practicing a lot back then. To right Yeah so took that year off and then went back and finished and it was great. It was a great program a lot of great players. I played in a lot of bands and just took in a lot of information and it was. It was
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Aluminum siding or wood siding and Paulina lacing up Paulina for body sculpting Paulina Verne everything whatever I know you like that guy you know opens up his jacket he's got a Rolex is and so I am glad you like the pitch person of the century yeah I like chop my next guy yeah you are your life slapshot yes I'm here like the oxy clean guy all right now yeah yeah that's really amazing yeah like Billy Mays R. I. P. yeah Reginald I've got a bad though you're like Ron Popeil the guy with the food dehydrator and then Jack lazy whatever user guy was seven hundred years old every day he was on the cutting edge you and I were late to the game I mean now yes for anybody was on just before anybody was on drugs and he lived to be seven hundred so he walked so we could run yeah so look what I am I am an expert a lot of fields real estate is it happens to not be one of them this one doesn't make a lot of sense to me continues to not make sense to me for thirty billion dollars a on is buying it Willis towers Watson arrival and business and risk consulting that like they they bought the company right that that whatever that's fine I raises one question in the mind of most cargo and so what will happen to the Willis tower name now that we've gotten used to calling it that used to come is is this your cell tower yeah I understand our it will always be this year's our understatement they didn't buy this company for the building but anyone who's spending any money now realizes that building name I'll never understand I like it but barely know United might make a bid to make it because they're the big one of the biggest tenants in the building they might make a bid to call at the end don't I did tower will be better than analysts sure but no one's not gonna call this hour now so so I don't don't spend any money on that I guess the Willis tower named this is that's the part they confuse me is it and in two thousand nine in a move that outraged some Chicagoans even tenants of the building there was a naming rights deal for wills that expires in twenty twenty five that doesn't make any sense to me why you spend money on that I don't know is it still going to call the Sears tower but I guess we called something I guess we did just call it Willis though for time so they got you were just reading a story about it that's the only reason I was calling about buddies like Hey guys what's going on the Willis tower this weekend well no one's saying that anyway but still no one saying that so the bachelor was on last night I want someone to recap this but apparently no one who's woken up so far today feels the need to call us and tell us what happened so it it is tonight the last night yet today's alive season finale to live season finality order the commercial I saw because that's all I see you've got to hand it and you've got Madison Madison I guess made she's the one is a version right right who who didn't want him to be physical with any of the other women and says he realizes the two of them don't have a future together listen I think about that phrase.
"paulina" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Model Paulina Porizkova appeared to be on top of the world and that nineteen eighties music video where she met her future husband Ricco cast sick of the cars I appearance of good fortune not to be taken at face value she tells CBS this morning's Anthony Mason Paulina Porizkova wasn't covered in the eighties and nineties now fifty four the supermodel is on assignment again here for Harper's bazaar you haven't always loved modelling it's true I don't really love modeling but what it afforded me was world for school but was just seventeen when she made her first appearance in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue of nineteen eighty three that was about as big as you can get that you know and I didn't know I thought it was a catalog for sports where once the issue came out however I got the significance of it pretty quickly she made the covers the next year and the year after in the nineteen eighties I was excited because I was from the eastern European country and I had this story was a refugee and so what sort of catapulted me into the big time forest Grove was born in Czechoslovakia after the Soviet led invasion in nineteen sixty eight hence fled to Sweden Paulina then three was left behind in her grandmother's care it was nearly seven years before she was reunited with their parents at fifteen she moved to Paris to pursue a modeling career in some way I still think I'm waiting to be found an imposter I always like to say about myself I'm a woman of very high ego but zero self esteem my parents left me when I was little they left because they were escaping the communist regime but I think being left that's sort of just stuck with me forever that I'm really not that great and as soon as you find out how not great I am you will also leave me but the covers.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Those injuries bring back all the memories of everything to the to the June's bring and the memories is it with news no mom then only all the memories of a all the memories and the memories is it and is did you know all the memories and Paulina getting about here come back later.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"So was also talk about Paulina today let's not I'll leave you came right from new suitors home didn't you isn't or what or what happened exactly you this is you said this to me out loud so I don't you know yeah I over here from someone's home residency it's all our group we all were you like a hawk assigned as a result of the residency residents I see and and I I sense that that may be the appropriate for hours bottle the microphone hasn't is isn't going ahead that's that's the policy run your four hours bottle might not the policy for her for pilot two to eight hours bottle to throttle they save the throttle for commercial airliners is it very much about is often more but for you we we had a four hour rule and I I since you violated that no I slept for four hours no I think he was even drinking while you were sleeping then because you still seem a little really really happy to happy now well he was he is full of it not today will work for which thing yeah it was the tangible or not he was X. on the show we talked about this I can never remember but it was not too long ago when you know you know and apparently you did no longer now right I know nothing I am and what I know no good for you Israel you yo you doing I'm not standing you at all good for you I mean because it I would be a good as you know better than me but I'll tell you it was just that you made the comment a week ago that you were you know we're almost planning a wedding here on the show and now we're not yeah here so I don't know what I was thinking but one thing that I learned is to just not like run my mouth no you did well you certainly have a but you never do actually do you mean if you find restrain you might find yourself without a job the whole also I'm I also understand that you didn't bring a a laptop to work today and I don't know if you're familiar with what well in a dozen the program to do here laptop but Paulina actually is in charge of our social media and our website as so I think it needs I mean would almost be like you if I hired a plumber and the plumber showed up without any tools no plumbing tools without any sort of pipes or too old you know roto rooter would camera whatever exhorting tools you would need would be like as if I had a carpenter with no hammer and it would appear that I today have a carpenter with no hammer so how are you intending to do your job today ball in I'm just curious without a computer well luckily my job has computers I'm really lucky fresh from nineteen ninety six I'm going to be a seventy six anything that we want to post today on a Monday it's going to go on prodigy as well yeah it's going to take awhile just to dial into the internet and use Netscape to try and figure out a posted yeah right it's fine I would oppose use only Wednesday Paulina these sorts of things are acceptable on a Friday she's in her twenties comma yeah I used I still have to work with the computer every day mostly sober she's responsible I used to roll in every day like not sleeping yet still drunk what is to be you gold heard all day listen I've done balls I've done I'm half two and a half like what are you doing your I mean integrate over here I'm gonna post stuff that's great you're doing with this mouse the computers I've been on Paulino I do too when you're working the mothers not even working what know that you're good or not like and there's there's not a lot of some of that rose I just emailed but it went to a computer that's turned on I love work so what you look for a place to clock in today we don't do my winstar time card someone do that anymore it's all automated online thanks for coming good evening Pauline is it morning what is no it's still dark out so she's all using that sun comes up though you're going to your life you're gonna hate yourself yeah okay but since you're good you know you're good to go I GTG we had a couple extra days any to do today did did did did so don't worry about it we had just because you're good wait a minute she's not coming with us to the Ramadan house today so know how it now I'm on the next place no no no no I was going to go and invited if you were here was packed in school I learned about it last night this is but I know you would have you would've uninvited sorry well well is doing fine we can just you with a knife chopping city your knives in the gym working on a computer that's turned off for the last thirty minutes everyone will be five in the making food Paulino eating it yeah trying to make we're going to the Ronald McDonald house later as a team that would minus Paulino there are lots of folks there yeah we would have done invites you today you're not not on their today's Santa you're not your your.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Farm I'm sure Paulina will come with lots of stories any answers to my well hopefully she gets her find her work ethic in the if you missed it last week no one has a better word right now can fix me the no three five kids at them Chicago's number one hit.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Way in about ten minutes audio journals after seven waiting by the phone is new yes it is today as well a couple of trips in showbiz CLA all in the next hour good morning to and and from the you it is number one hit music station threaten and you'll have a play you're out the music in a while I can't remember vital even know where it is anymore Paulina your you know back in the day we had we had the music for you.
"paulina" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To do Paulina was said to hear that her first ride on the loop probably could be her last on the Delmar loop Brian Kelly Saint Louis is newsradio KMOX metro CEO told the Roach is scheduled to go to the transit agency's board in February with a detailed proposal on taking over the trolley Chesterfield police are looking for the five people who walked into a couple of stores on December eighth and walked out with seventy two hundred dollars worth of boots and purses video shows the five walking to the ugh boot store they each took three or four boxes of boots and walked out moments later they have to coach outlet you can see the video on the Chesterfield police departments Facebook page meantime Chesterfield another retail rich suburbs will continue to share their spoils with the bedroom communities of Saint Louis county that's thanks to a state Supreme Court ruling why the Chesterfield sued to get out of the sales tax pull system came X. legal analyst Brad young explains slated like a lobby very simple of money they paid fourteen million dollars into the pool every year and only received about seven million back in Chesterfield argument was we have to pay for the police we have to play for pay for the fire we have to pay for the road repair for everything associated with balloons crossing ad development and yet they were getting any money for that but quieter towns in the county argue they don't have the acreage for retail strips and the residents are the ones who are just feels retail customers St Louis region leading the state in job growth based on November statistics Saint Louis has fifty percent more growth in Kansas city time to look as president of the St Louis regional chamber get some momentum that we've been waiting for for quite awhile yeah I want to say that to run a long term trend yet but it it's the kind of March you wanna see that they really leads us to think that room we've been doing something right for a while and and some of those results are starting to show up Julie tells came Alexis Charlie Brennan Saint Louis had higher fourth quarter employment growth in twenty nineteen the national Cincinnati and Charlotte you can hear more from to look coming up in the news at five thirty cable excused on five oh six if you're thinking about setting some new year's resolutions up well here's an idea wait instead until spring or summer that's the advice of Washington University psychologist to bono tells cable X. one thing that works against you for filling your new year's resolutions is that they start in January most notably is the web I mean it's kind of a dark cold time of year the days are really short you walk outside the trees are barren there's not as much to look forward to in January as we had just in the preceding month in December and so that along with a whole host of other reasons can actually make January a very difficult time to set new year's resolutions whenever you do decide to make some changes bono suggests you make sure they're realistic and you keep a journal so you can track your progress and see what's tripping you up a Missouri highway patrol officer is recovering after he was rear ended in south city last night fifty five north bound near lothbrok closed briefly after the crash police say a Ford SUV following the trooper too closely rear ended the car causing minor damages the trooper was taken to a.
UN Coordinator in South Pacific highlights need to boost funding against climate change
"Threat to the traditional way of life across the Pacific region is climate change Sesimbra Marinez UN resident coronated for the twentieth. Islands that make up similar Cook Islands new into Okello in an interview with you a news head of UN secretary general and tonic attacks visit to the region these weekend, she says it's vital to make sure that funding continues to help mitigate the worst effects of global warming, while also ensuring sustainable development Paulina Greer spoke to miss marina school on a recent visit to UN headquarters in New York, so long the foreign countries a four nations I cover I also oversee the development of tequila Tokelau, as I mentioned is small nation in the Pacific that covers fourteen that has fourteen hundreds inhabitants distributed across three atoll's small atolls that are very far apart from each other and talk. Are like I lands atolls are very very low level islands and the only access to talk allow is one boat that travels from some oh art to each of this Riyadh also to fucker for McConnell and tough. How to reach the first at all is a twenty four to twenty six hour, both right? And then another nine hours would be necessary to move forward to the second and the third atoll from the third atoll returning to some more is literally a fifty hour straight trip off the ball. So there's just one vote connecting this nation would the rest of the world and primarily would somewhat as as the first stop and. We have run UN missions to talk allow. So they'll my first one was last April. Andrea preparing another one right now in which a had twelve representatives of U N agencies traveling to talk allow by this boat. That is called metallic is a sixty passenger boats. It's very small boat that Braves the very wild Pacific to get to those atoll's. Of course, when we speak about resilience. It's difficult to imagine any nation that is more resilient than tequila. They leave on fishing obviously, and on some very little farming tarot farming dirt start and some fruit farming, and obviously pig-farming so they consume a lot of work meet and the very little production. Very tall expertise, primarily transferring some fruit to New Zealand, they are non-self-governing territory of New Zealand. That's how it's called and with major problems in terms of waste management, for instance. But still the first nation in the Pacific to be one hundred percents powered by solar energy. And that was project that was supported by the United Nations and also funded by New Zealand, the atoll's are extremely exposed to climate change and one last line of defense is the reef and this is common to all of the islands in the Pacific. So the reef as practically breaking the power. Our off the water to destroy the shores when such whether events take place. So the health of the reef is honest sleep alive saving approach for those islands in the Pacific, and for talk allow in particular, so ensuring that the reef is alive that the there is bio-diversity in India reef as fundamental to the long survival of of those nations. So we work a lot on with global environment facility financing on to reach to reef that's the title of our interventions to again, rebuilt marine ecosystems and ensuring that they provide Ford to those nations, but they are also protecting those nations against global warming. The same applies to some o- are and to newer and to Cook Islands. So that's an area in which we are heavily involved across you an agency's to ensure again that marina causes are protected. So we ensure that parts of the year there is no fishing in those areas and communities are very good in overseeing the marina, go system development, restoring restoration. And the tourists miss also protective of the Marine Corps system. Stories miss one of the sources of public revenues in in those countries. So we are aware of the fact that some of the developments associated with climate change will continue in a world of two degrees. Increasing in temperature. There should be a lot of investment made in small island states to ensure that again, they build the walls, and they say. Cure their small populations. Financing is not obviously easy as I mentioned traditional financing behind Development Corporation is not necessarily enough for small island states to be able to survive. So we are trying as much as possible to be more creative. We look into green bonds in the Pacific to support climate. Adopt a climate mitigation, primarily saw resorting to renewable energy completely. And we also look into attracting more impacting basement, very importantly on digital transformation as well. Darrow well-connected through submarine, cables and building digital markets creating digital entrepreneurship opportunities for people in the Pacific as important. They like skill. So as a lot of investment right now in skills, digital skills, and and digital literacy in the Pacific realizing that the digital economy can over. Come some of the physical distances that those countries are, unfortunately, dealing with on a on a on a permanent basis. Do you think that that will entice young people to stay on the islands? Definitely. So so there are a series of challenges that come with again is elation and lack of opportunity so migration continues to be of concern to those islands, Australia and New Zealand, for instance, provides training onside in those countries to young people. So that when they decide to try labor markets in New Zealand and Australia. They would be better prepared to be able to compete that comes after, you know, learning a series of lessons because some of the migration of the Pacific, and it up in those countries not necessarily being able to secure job and to secure a good paying job and to be able to support their families by. So remittances as a as a result of high migration represent and other important, incoming financial flow revenue flow into those countries. So we are looking into ensuring that young people have skills have skills that are relevant to their own markets and primarily digital transformation and penetration of technology in those islands would offer job opportunities. So building skills is important. And we think that yes, digital businesses would allow them to operate from their own islands and secure an income for for their families. But again, the skills gap is of concern, and we are prioritizing that in our work moving forward. We also hope that among small island states. There is more transfer of of lessons that something that the United Nations can broker and that. Again was the lower transaction costs. We give them access to knowledge. And if I can speak about the project that is very dear to my heart will look into creating access to knowledge us as a public good in the Pacific and in small island states, those countries because of isolation have not had the opportunity to access cutting edge research and being able to read scientific journals and being able to read text books if you wish and that's a big concern as we can imagine any sustainable development of access to knowledge is not possible. So that trying to do with hopefully, the support of the dark hammer showed librarians is to build digital content in the Pacific digital libraries that on one hand would digitized. What they have their own research their map. Stor documentaries their music, their artifacts understanding that this is a culture that we need to preserve. While also developing platform of partnerships for them to be able to again, access journals, and and research and studies and books and maps of the world.
Uganda police say kidnapped US woman and driver are freed
"The American tourists who was kidnapped from a wildlife park in Uganda has been rescued along with her driver. According to local authorities. Elema candy has more from Nairobi Ugandan police have confirmed Kimberly and account and her local tour guide. John Paul were rescued. Police spokesman Paulina my told MPR that the two are safely within the custody of joint security forces. The American woman was on a game drive through Uganda's Queen Elizabeth park when she was objected by four armed gunmen early last week, the kidnappers were demanding five hundred thousand dollars for her release, and it's still unclear whether or not that demand was met the visual US policy is not to pay ransom in exchange for the release of American citizens taken hostage. The cannot has brought new attention to the dangerous near Uganda's biggest game park which borders. The Democratic Republic of the con. Ongo many rebel groups are known to
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"You wouldn't be happy. You don't care. I would assume I don't wanna know a single, man. He would stick it wherever he could. I just don't want to know why. Who cares like what what difference? The number and then maybe the conversation and transitions to. Yeah. No. Yeah. The who is also a place. I wanna go. I wanna know who either. I just feel like it's just a very slow. I don't need color to my thoughts on that. Like in that respect. But I don't care about you. Tell the truth if you were asked the number. Yeah. I mean, I don't. I don't know the number tell the truth. I don't know. You would tell the truth. Traveling. Why would you lie though? Dip in. I want to get into it. I'm not I'm not particularly talk. I'm not ashamed of it. I'm just not particularly proud of it on the back of baseball card. My husband didn't have a relatively high number. I would think he was kinda wack. Nobody wants to. He's coming in here right now. Paulina would you tell the truth lie? I would. Saying off the air. We were talking about this Paulina that you would lie. You find you think when you're in a committed relationship or married you're going allow time. Yes, I have done it before and not a bad way. It's just like I don't like being in a relationship where you gotta be honest all the time like ice alive going places. I'd be at someone else's house and make girls house because I just like you say. The time not in a bad way. If you're lying all the time. That's bad. Yeah. I've always lie about like money things. I have friends that like will buy clothes and keep them in their trunk of their car. So that their husband doesn't find them and they'll put him on that new. It's like, oh now I've had for maybe it's a consistent lie that you tell you significant other maybe one time lie that you're sticking with never lied girlfriend Naji. Now, here's somebody wants to this blogger came up with from women. I was still sleeping with my ex when my husband, and I started dating wouldn't surprise me at all. I have to tell him that something you need, right. Well, I mean blind by omission. Yes. But he he's none the wiser then why would you tell him because that's that's only absolving you of some sort of guilt you're carrying around. It's just going to affect his head asking. It's not. Question. I I wouldn't ask that because I never I don't assume that I'm exclusive with someone until we did have a discussion. I just I just don't exactly so don't divulge it. And I don't wanna know if we're not it's the same way. Like if somebody and then start seeing somebody again, I don't want to know what happened. In the meantime. Oh. Oh well. We're on a break. And that you rose from the dad all of a sudden it again. Go, angie. Depends though depends on what you were doing when you guys wanna break. No, it doesn't matter. There's.
Dustin Johnson, Dustin Johnson Brooks and Gretzky Pauline discussed on Hammer and Nigel
"But no, according to reports, Dustin Johnson and Brooks KEPCO nearly came to blows at an after party for the Ryder Cup. Now, you're more of the golf guy than I am does a Dustin Johnson Brooks kept cuff fistfight do anything for you does or two of the top golfers in the world. Dustin Johnson is the number one golfer in the world. I believe kept is to right. I think Justin roses to and kept his three. So I I can imagine I was reading a little bit about this kept his agent says is all a bunch of BS. This is all made up. But I heard other the rather overtones about the wives and girlfriends being involved, right? Dust Johnson's fiance is Gretzky Pauline. Gretzky she's not ugly. God bless her. A source told golf Digest's who's pretty reliable when it comes to this type of stuff that Paulina Gretzky Johnson's fiance was a central figure in this incident, and that kept Kaz girlfriend. Jenna SIMS was also involved. They were probably all just hammered. And and you know, but maybe they wanna play better. I lost the damn Ryder Cup or something like that. When it went. I will your boyfriend sucks worse than mine. See this is why losers shouldn't go to an after party. You get your tails beaten off, go home. Don't go to an after party does. To celebrate go home. It's a good point, Kyrie Irving. He's released a statement saying that he's
INSECT WARNING: 'Kissing bug' infects 300,000 people in US with Chagas Disease
"A parasitic illness that can cause strokes and. Heart failure is spreading across the US thanks to an insect known as the. Kissing bug we're all gonna die It's called shag. Is shot, gas at c. h., AGA as disease transmitted by the kissing. Bug nickname because it tends, to bite people's faces near their mouths see also have some weird sore new your. Mouth with people think of something else but you've. Got the kissing bug Many never show signs of they've been infected with the disease which is. Why its nickname the silent killer oh great the kissing bug aka to silent killer now an estimated three hundred thousand Americans in, twenty seven states are believed to be infected with the disease here's the problem with doing a story like this and it's all over the place this morning. Is now all the health professionals, everywhere going off God because now anybody with like. A red Mark on their face For sure he's going to run into the doctor My limbs rolling off No I remember the one time I thought I had Ebola Because I have many. Of the symptoms. And then so I went to the doctor I'm. Not kidding I went to the legit that you, had Ebola I went? To the doctor and they were like what's wrong with you naming off, the? Symptoms of Ebola and the lady looks at? Me like what, have, you, been traveling to the following countries and. I'm, like no no I haven't even left like four blocks No like No and, she's like you don't have any. Boa anyway and then gave me antibiotic and I left and I, was at, but I, I second but she looks at, you like because? Who knows you never know who walks into these places like for all. She does I just got back from wherever you know Uganda wherever we Bola lives and and for all she knows I just infected the. Whole
Adam Cayton-Holland on Tragedy Plus Time, Comedy, Mental Health, and the Healing Power of Birdwatching
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Kiss FM up, nex spotlighting our. Friends at famous Fido rescue paulina's, back with them media Chicago. Paulina here and? Today I'm very special guest miss Gloria from. Famous Fido how are you Pollino thank you for having us. On appreciate it thank you so much I wanna talk to you a little bit about the adoptive thought happening in. August but before we get into that when you talk about famous Fido located what what your mission is and what, we're really excited about getting more. People to know about it I've. Been rescuing for forty six years working with dog handling them whispering grooming shop and. We started our dog belly in nineteen eighty and all that time. I've been, rescuing dogs before the term. Rescue, came out we decided that, we were in Andersonville and we decided we needed a bigger place for so many animals in. Need so we're. At thirty one twenty four Westerville, park and Chicago a block. From on Irving And we have a nine thousand square foot center here with about one hundred and twenty animals that have been, homeless brought to or have not been wanted by, their. Families anymore. To what we do is we have the, rescue which is famous Fido and we. Also have something called famous spider. Wellness and. Learning center where we. Have developed programs try to create an awareness so people stop bringing their animals to. Shelters and let them live in, their homes for their lifetime there's a, lot to know there's a lot to know about having a dog and your family or a cat. And your family and what kind of commitment it takes, so we have a wonderful, wonderful place here we need support we need people to come and adopt animals they'd start by looking on our website and seeing. The adoptable animals than we have an adoption counselor called them and then we set up a meet and greet right. No lovely and so.
"paulina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Nick song throwback throwdown kiss fm paulina that's work it missy elliott tie one angie paulina tied up jalen has one call me go the audio quality not to your liking another sixteen bit stereo for you like it didn't seem to stop anybody from getting in a quarter of a second dope all right in that song but not other words don't think you're supposed to as the video the music video edit so i didn't know what church and just let it fly that's hilarious all right so to to to to one got three psalms laughed in the throwback throwdown on kiss fm angie john mayer your body is a wonderland oh my something anti he wrote a song about actually no he didn't he wanted about jennifer love hewitt that one of the hottest woman alive i think so too this loved her huge cans honestly she's an american treasure guy and that was jennifer love hewitt might be one of the best looking people on earth i think you're going real the mayor saying about her body was a one year later if any parentheses on the title says but your faces buster what a hater telling you sad so is it three two two two one songs left kaylin you can still get in here to songs left joffrey you could do now caroline riding dirty also quick on the draw two two two to three with one song left tiebreaker taiwan dollar ninety nine what are.
"paulina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That interview around one fifteen pm eastern twelve fifteen central here on bloomberg radio and i'm so happy in this half hour i get to speak to some of the economist here at the federal reserve bank of saint louis which is so well known for it's research and now i'm joined by paulina restrepo giradi she's an economist here at the st louis fed for the last three years she has written so many learned respected papers that have to do with exchange rates i can't even begin to go into all your topics but what i want to start with you is a question that's so front and center for so many people know that's women in economics as you may recall in the final months of her chairmanship of the fed janet yellen gave a very interesting talk where she spoke about it you are someone who loves economics you have climbed that ladder what was it that drew economics and what was the most surprising thing once you got in the field is applied maybe not specifically to finding the right husband or wife but one could apply it to that why are there so many men and so few women why do you think that is.