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"piero" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"piero" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Know. It's always these things that he's headed goes off the guy with Let's just check out show. We primarily get results from today as you mentioned of closely with winnings. Flying volley was part of a tuna victory of a new friend. Fish leads to everton to as we mentioned city with a five and winning in the late game you finish brighton to wofford nil me. Well sarah our of course kicking off this weekend. And i tell you what. Despite all the doom and gloom around insa impressive thoughts the defense of that title being gentlemen four goals and they will announce west swallowed the as roma by three goals to three one victory against play and Atalanta to torino one. Well for more and more happening in italy this weekend beach will join us on the next edition of the show. Del piero will joining us so on his thoughts we have caused to break down the opening weekends. See hustle seen there's a kinship between hooper's and rappers from thirty for thirty podcasts. In the undefeated this is the king a crenshaw motivate. I mean at that like the ethos of being an elite athlete. I don't know what is n-. It was my superior i it was all about how we could better our city. Life is really a marathon. Starting august twenty third following. Listen on sirius. Xm pandora stitcher. Or wherever you get your podcast. Well that's it and that brings us the today show. Thank you very much for joining us. Be sure to stay tune. Though the boys looking at sites in and i give them shut up his next definitely. Welcome in of extra time. Thank you as always for your tweets. Ali and stevie here we've got hurricane on. Oh excellent coming in the next twenty excellent. That's very exciting. I wish i had generator generates about three weeks ago. And i thought you know maybe useful to have a generator then by then now. I don't have dinner. Excellent great don't is here as well. How are you.

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"piero" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"piero" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Offensively as the gays thirty seven physically us what he's capable of doing and i saw during the national anthem smiling like now. I'm living my last goosebumps thinking that was enjoying. We saw the everything every minutes of the of the of the tournament that he was going. An old again was being. That's absolutely fantastic within italian. Del piero talked about it a lot. During this tournament there was no superstars. The superstars really were. If you can call defenders superstars but the to centrebacks the most Decorated obviously winning everything with everything and being you know this this pair bringing killing back out of international retirement and all that but it wasn't appear lower del piero or not or these ill until they did it with a bunch of guys a tournament. Those who haven't seen sarah much. We'll look and look and go. He's gonna well barilla's well now. I want you to see before the forgot. It's about it's gary southeast choices where i take the example that i knew the best in one thousand nine hundred where you have the tricky and airy and reese the during the first game is called to i think the second or third games. Yeah you don't play the final. Because the jackie out a priority of the game so and again i love darn installing and he very well rain standing for the final. I'll come you can draw. Because he was running too fast plans to listen anything. It goes deep. What you need against the team you play against you. I think ford and we talked about nothing. He couldn't play some others. Let's say mont and grece because grace.

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"piero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"piero" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Welcome back is the bench. Piero shows Eric Swallow is merely the latest and not the greatest Democrats have been caught up in a Chinese influence scam. For example, there was all sorts of talk about how the Chinese were essentially Planting moles in various Areas of the California government, including with Senator Dianne Feinstein and Marty said, writing back in August of 2018 for the Washington Post. Imagine if it emerged that the Republican chairman of the House or Senate Intelligence Committee had a Russian spy working on their staff. You think it would cause a political firestorm this month, we learn that Senator Dianne Feinstein had a Chinese spy on her staff who worked for her for about 20 years, was listed as an office director on payroll records served as her driver when she was in San Francisco. Well reported to China's Ministry of State security through China's San Francisco consulate. The reaction of the mainstream media at the time was it barely a peep. Feinstein acknowledged the infiltration, she said, five years ago, the FBI and for me it had concerns and administrative member of my California staff was potentially being sought out by the Chinese government to provide information. But she said he never had access to classified or sensitive information or legislative matters and was immediately fired again. That is just the latest in the that is just the 2018 version. Now we have versions that were coming out same period in which apparently Chinese spies were sleeping with American politicians. In order to gain access to intelligence. Senior U. S. Intelligence officials provided multiple defensive briefings around 2015 to warn targeted local and national politicians about fangs, connections to Chinese intelligence and potential Chinese assets in their offices. And again U. S. Intelligence officials provided multiple briefings to White House officials and members of Congress on the case. And then Fang immediately left the U. S. When this became public should plan to travel to Washington, D C to attend a June 2015 events shortly beforehand. She said she couldn't attend because she needed to go back to China went back to China, and she just stayed in China at the time. Now the reason that they've been going to the Bay area the Chinese is because this is number one, a place for people to hide. There's a heavy Chinese population in the Bay Area. And of course, the Bay Area has a heavy Chinese population. So it wouldn't be too hard to plant a mole in that population. And then you know, create a life for that person. That, of course, is no indictment of the Extraordinary Chinese American population in the Bay Area. It is just a recognition that if you're going to hide a spy in the population, you need people who seem to be members of that population. Obviously, so this is where things stand. Apparently in 2011, she enrolled as a student at CSU East Bay, She served as president of the school's Chinese Student Association and president of the campus chapter of Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs. It is a national organization, encouraging Asian Americans to get involved in civic affairs. And then she used that as a lever in order to get into politics, and she had an uncommonly close relationship. With the Chinese Embassy, and she used these Bay area campus organizations as as sort of calling card to allow her to gain access to power. Several acquaintances in political circles told Axios Fan was charismatic and well liked. Others described her behavior as secretive and even suspicious because she was as it turns out a spy. According to Axios, thanks ties to Swalwell, which began when he was a council member for Dublin City, California Demonstrate China's long game swallow rose to prominence rapidly in late 2012 became one of the youngest members of the U. S House in January. 2015 Swallow was assigned to sit on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence serving his lead Democrat on the subcommittee on CIA oversight. Apparently things earliest known engagement with swallow occurred through that Chinese student association and she developed close ties to swell walls office at that time. And for her tardiness, well, well. It made sense because his 2012 campaign relied heavily on Asian American support, which made his ties to the Chinese community, particularly important. So the bottom line is that the Chinese believe that they have a way into American politics, and they're not wrong. It also happens to be the case that the intelligence community announced halfway through this year that they were targeting the Biden campaign. Victory. They wanted the Biden campaign to win. They were very adverse and and angry at the Trump Administration for the anti China position, and they were hopeful that Joe Biden would be a solid replacement. So look for this sort of activity to pick up. Coming up, Joe Biden says he's here to bring everybody together. So why exactly is he just making Cabinet picks based on race at this point.

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"piero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"She's not. She's a Kennedy by marriage. She's running for a house seat. And so there still could be a chance that one of them could get in there. But I thought that was fascinating because he was marketed as the second coming. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, son. No, they're grooming him. To be the next big Kennedy family leader. So watch out for that there are he's already in politics and they already are doing this. I cannot stand that I cannot stand that politics isn't a family business. It is not an industry. I cannot stand this. Just like punditry isn't a family business polemic. Start a family business. If if you have kids if you're in it, and you have kids that show an interest in their very involved in their genuinely interested, that's fine. We pry purposefully did everything I could to push my oldest son off of it. He's like, very he loves debate. He loves following the issues. He's very into it, he Grete, But I want to make it hard for him because I think it's too easy for people to get involved in. And that's why you have a lot of people. That's a lot of stupid stuff in there in it For the wrong reasons, you get grifters and everything else in and I can't stand it. That's what they're doing with this. They treat these seats like it's like an inheritance. Back in the day and the days of yore. It was actually a hardship. When providing health insurance and things like this for these people. It was like to attract people to take thes seats. It was like jury duty. That's how it was originally envisioned. It was like jury duty. These were people who were farmers and business owners, and they really didn't want to do this. But they had to And then they made it really, really easy for people to stay in the seat and just not actually work. Elected office is just a more romanticized version of welfare except They lie about it. At least people who take entitlements know what they're doing, and they're honest about it. Politicians are Politicians are welfare babies. Get mad at me for saying it. They are These are people who they treat these seats. All of them both parties to they treat these seats like they are that they're entitled. They have Children. They raise them up to expect to get PCT, too, and to work in politics like it's the family industry. You realize that smart doesn't always hit every single generation. Go back and look in history. Who was it wasn't like the second Piero de Medici who was like the dumb one. He was all about self, and he wasn't He wasn't really raised up to be and ambitious and and smart with management at all of this stuff, And here you have, like generations of this family that built this and this one dude ruins almost ruins it all or like the last one guest on the last one who ended up being a drunkard and squandered away his wealth. I mean, it takes one of them. Right, one member of the family one generation to screw it all up. Which is and they know this that they build in protections for themselves. Polyp politicians and elected office. Now. If you go when you serve and you do it, and then you get out, you're done. That's fine. But the people who like stay there forever, even long past their usefulness. I always measured by long past their usefulness. It's it's it's a form of his welfare. And I don't believe I am almost I get furious. Talking about? Ah, Casting and I can't think of a phrase for it term limits. I get mad. I'm sorry. I genuinely mean it. You're going to disagree with me on term limits. I think it's the stupidest thing ever proposed. I hear whenever I hear term limits, I hear people volunteering to give more of their sovereignty away to the government. Your term limit is your vote. It's your vote. And because people can't won't get out and vote and and what? You're just gonna go ahead and give that to the government, too. All that. I know people who talk about term limits. I never seen them out Canvassing..

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"piero" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Piero shall go forth Can't Angela Yes. Hi, Ben. Thank you for having me on the show. My question has it's just like I'm in total. What the heck was that? With Joe Biden and Cardi B. Was that to make him look more competent or was that I don't know. That just seemed like a train wreck. What do you think about that? I mean, it was not a mine in the sense that A man is himself a moving train right? A slow moving train wreck at this point, and the media are determined Li avoiding this of you. If you even point this out, they got mad because he could ride a bicycle. But the reason that he did an interview with cardio is because she's not going to ask him any pointed questions. I mean, she's not capable of asking seriously pointed questions to a Democrat. And she's a major cultural figure who raps about the moisture state of her genitals. So obviously that's very, very important. I've been informed reliably by many sources over the past two weeks that she is the Shakespeare of our times. Frankly, Angela, I'm appalled at you as a woman. You should know that card. Eby is not only a feminist icon. She's a great artist on par with Beethoven, musically and on par with Shakespeare and Lord Alfred Tennyson in terms of Proverbial, So why wouldn't Joe Biden interview with Cardi B. Angela? What's wrong with you? Have you internalized the patriarchy? Angela? I think you know I'm right with you. I mean that to me as a woman. I was insulted. I really woz. I mean, I just thought to myself Are you really doing this? I mean, I have been a Democrat all my life up until 2015. And when Trump came on the feet and I voted Republican the first time and I probably will again. Um, you know, I'm Hispanic. I live in California, so the keyword is not really allowed. I almost feel like I can't even tell my friends and family and going to vote for him again. I mean, it's a lot of shame behind that. But I really agree with you that you know the conservatives. They really need to get back into getting everyone else's attention with the culture and the music, and it's really going to be very difficult Battle. It just seems like if you're conservative You're just pushed to the side and your voice is not, you know, appreciate it. That's exactly right. Exactly right. I mean, I know I can tell you I know some of the most powerful people in Hollywood. I know that they're conservative under the table, and they will never say it until there is the comfort level of saying I'm conservative. Democrats will own the culture they've used intimidation and silencing is a tactic and it's really, really damaging. It means that people think that it's impossible or dangerous to actually speak of principles. By the way, 60% of Americans believe that if they speak openly about politics these days, they're in danger of cancelation, according to recent polling, So that's not a good look from Erica. It's not good for the country, Angela really appreciate the call will take more of your calls coming up in 855236 32. 28 you're listening to the whole of venture. 08 90 w l s taking a look at traffic.

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"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Garden of Eden supply everything they needed and said, hey, BA, fruitful and multiply speaks about God's love towards towards the future parents of of humanity and and the Sajjan. This is something we should emulate You know there is a place in a time for punishment I don't necessarily advocate for corporal punishment but I don't dismiss it when it's necessary and measured in that, we can talk about forever but bright right I mean there's different different techniques ways to like different arguments swallow because you know beating somebody violence has never not the way. but for some individuals may be an of course like you have to kind of like, US, wisdom in that it, it may be or it may be beneficial to use some sort of sternness. I don't like to think of violence when I when it but unfortunately it's been, it's been abused 'cause you could give a good dusting to your child and it doesn't have the violent. Violence is big word. And violence and parenting are not. There shouldn't shouldn't be mentioned in the same sentence because it it's it's. I don't want to say oxymoronic, but it's contrary to the other. So That's why I try to use the term wisely in in. Because it's descriptive as well and it doesn't paint. Proper pictures. Sometimes. When you come to proper pictures now that you're. Thinking about that Tell me a little bit more about. This idea of. Having positive parenting attitude. You know because it stems from recognizing God. Sovereign and Love number-one. But what some of those techniques that parents can? apply and learn you know when going on the journey with their children. Hope you're enjoying our discussion. We'll be right back after this at break. This episode is sponsored by Southwestern Adventist University. Did you know that there's an? College in Texas. Yeah. The big state of Texas located just half an hour south of the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex southwestern advocates. University is a top ranked school that lets you explore your passion and prepare for your future offering an array of spiritual programming. A vibrant campus experience and hands on learning southwestern focuses on each student's experience ensuring that every graduate is prepared for their future equipped and empowered to thrive in A. Competitive World with degrees ranging from nursing to business and from biology to theology southwestern adverse university is the most affordable adventist college in America and brings together a university family from around the world as you or someone you know is college shopping visit South, Western trust us you'll like Texas and you'll love southwestern advocates university visit SWU dot edu slash APM to learn more that's S. W. A. You dot EDU SLASH APM Number one understanding that that. Parenting is. A gift. to be a parent is a gift. It is in God is to give of good gifts. He's always been like that from the beginning So understanding that we also understand that we have to understand that parenting has to do with. the. Stewardship. So. God is expecting something of a says he gives bountifully that we are responsible with that recognize where it comes from, and that is something important when we talk about parenting in the practices of parent that's why mentioned presence more than anything. It's not your perfect parent that you get it right all the time but that you're there. Available for your child and your child needs affectionately. Need perfection of of of safety at your there that even though the difficulties are there, you are there with your child bringing them a comfort E-. That's important. We live in a very, very difficult world that will build huge character in your child if you're just there for them. So understanding one, it's a gift of God number two that their stewardship involved number three that God promises to give wisdom like James clearly states he who lacks wisdom ask of God and he will give without reproach. It says which is a great thing. God's not going to chastise you because you don't know to the contrary if you ask for wisdom, he will give you. Plentiful to be able to develop in your child that that image of God again that which I understand is the ideal of parenting is is to be able to emulate or to present to your child who got his in the flesh so to speak. yes. Yes. Yes. but personified or embody by you as a parent interesting Aspects. When you when you approach parenting in that sense one, you got a God, who's who's the ideal number two. He promises to always be with you three he entrusted you with these kids. With this gift number four I've learned that God gives us children to save US Trust me when I'm telling you. My kids have been my salvation because I can see my shortcomings in them. And it causes me to to to understand anymore. tangible way. I want to say one more we need to be real with our children. We don't need the perfect parent. We mess up go to your child acknowledged that. So Listen Bob, Dole I I'm sorry I messed up please forgive me boom does wonders because people think that it's going to Be Little than before their children no to the contrary. It makes their children admire them most because. Children can see right through us they. We don't have to hide from our children Let's be real with them in that. They will want to emulate because we become all of a sudden. This real person to them God should beat us You know there's so much to that as well. Two more two more things like to explore One of them is that not everybody is called to marriage and parenting. You know some people are call to celebrate. Some people are called to long-term I mean you know for the sake of the kingdom as the Bible clearly states. But parenting is not only experience in a.

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"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"That within our churches the first generation, Latinos and underline that first generation. Latino, parents those who were born out of the United States in Hispanic countries and migrate to the United States in and then they have children here mind you the children will be the second generation born here the United States about of first generation Latino parents so Seeing that sensing that lack within our Church of. What the ideal parenting is, we develop a program to be able to to teach because of that need. An. Hundreds of parents have come to me and said, you know we we didn't know this before because we're not knowing you know we. Trust have got two kids. There's no handbook that they hand you. It would be nearly the hospitals eight years. You know there's none of that So based on that need we develop that. That tool I would say for. Spanish churches here in the United States to be able to teach parents are the importance of parenting, the effects of their parenting style upon their children and how that affects development of faith. So to speak and also tools on how to enhance that. Within the home I mean and I can go on but I'll just point a few things number one I key thing is is the relationship between mom and Dad That is is not right or or in a good place parenting is going to be affected. It will affect your parenting Wilko's parenting was designed to be a to a tag team thing not a not a solo flight type of thing. So we get into that we will also presented the ports of the ideal parenting according to the principles of the Bible and how to practically put that practically into practice. So to speak you talking a lot about the ideal of parenting from Biblical, structure, -An right, and of course, you involved a little bit into the gender and kind of correlation and and and you know mail mail parenting style versus a male female parenting style, and you know for a traditional more traditional family But something that I kind of want to understand if you can show me a little bit more off of that why says so necessary to have a biblical foundation for parenting? Good. Point Number One we didn't invent it. So you go to the to the source God had a plan when he he gave this gift of parenting. At Genesis Chapter One, you say? Verse Twenty Six and Twenty Seven? God made had even in his image male and female mate he them. He gave Him Dominion etc and so forth, and then he the first command was to multiply before multiply was a gift. But with that gift comes responsibility scientists something you just go okay Willy Nilly and no no this responsibility with the blessing that we receive and goddess clear on that we were we were made in his image we have the privilege of procreating in his image and his likeness and mind you the image and likeness we're talking about is not just that we look like him it's it's the character traits. And God's plant. Per the Bible was that that would perpetuate throughout eternity unfortunately, Sinn came in wreck that from the beginning notice when sin comes into the world. The first thing that affects is the family you have discord between Adam and eve. Adam blames his wife for the decisions that he made and and then etc, and so forth and and the EC that rupture in God's ideal. So it is crucial that we understand where it began so that we can reach the ideal of bliss and happiness God designed to be to begin with. When somebody's submits this framework do you recall an instance where you have you know kind of like put things into perspective legacy you have talked to somebody or you have been able to kind of like kind of coach them and to become better parents do do you know of any kind of drastic or not? So? Necessarily that has to be drastic change but. Something along the lines of like, Hey, you know Hispanic parents. Maybe I'll give an example and see if you can corroborate maybe with an anecdote or something like that. You know. When it comes to parenting right? I'm the oldest in my family. My parents were very. Tough, you know they they. I was the first born. I I was you know I was given the Iron Rod Treatment Right. My brother didn't as much as I did. Now, of course, we have two different temperaments get. But my parents have recognized that the way in which we treat it me and they have acknowledged to me was not the best and they had to change now that you know old, they have another child right when it comes to Hispanic parenting, you know we think of punishment when it thinks of punishments for something that tall has done wrong usually Hispanic parents will hit their children corporal punishment. whereas. Anglo. Saxon parents will be or white parents will be more kind of like detention or you know other methodologies are less violent. What is the? In all of this because the Bible percents both. I mean the Bible say you know like in certain? Spare the Rod Spoil the Child. That's correct. Like. Proverbs you know. We have a proverb that. Literally SAS corporal punishment seems to be okay. Of course, not an anger not in anything you know and stuff like that. But how do we identify positive parenting? Okay. let me refer to that verse in proverbs just lightly There may be misconception when it says a spare the Rod. Spoil the child so to speak the saying. typically, the term used, there's referring to a shepherd's Rod. It's not a rod that you used to to to hit as much as you do to guide usually has a a hook at the end of it. So when the the lamb would go off where it shouldn't go, it would aid the shepherd and pulling him or her away from danger with the Hook we have a misconception of what Sparing the Rod may be not that we don't believe in in physical. physical dusting every now, and again, I'll put it that way but it has to be measured. It does There there is. And what you talk about your experience is is clear it. It goes back again to what I mentioned before we're we we're not born with the ideal in mind we're not born with a manual. So it's like a lot of us is like you know learn as you go and. Older Siblings, you pay the price or no are the ones that we invest in. And then the younger siblings usually are the ones that that read the the benefits of it. So think of your sufferings as a blessing to your younger brother. But having said that there are some extremes. That's why again underlined importance of understanding the biblical principles behind a parenting, and this is where when you mentioned what comes to mind when I think of parenting I think of because if it doesn't stem from there, I mean God is a god of love and ultimately all he does is out of love some people may have misconception of who got his. That's why it's important for us to go back to the beginning because in God, we will see then the ideal parent which is fascinated when you look at genesis from that perspective, he prepared the way he, created the Earth did for Adam. And Eve he prepared everything systematically thinking of them. Then he gave them the keys. So to speak to to the.

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"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"And having the mother home Is is ideal in my is. It. It brings a sense of security. For. The child there's always someone there with them. again, I'm not knocking at mothers going out impaired staying home and not knocking it that I'm talking about just a scenario of one parent home to tend to the needs of the children I am talking about the social the. Emotional The character of modeling needs if I can use that term. You know and the there's that's priceless. You cannot. You cannot replace that fast just a little bit. Our modern society has because of the industrialization because of the needs and I'll speak about or mentioned the. perceived. Needs. Sometimes the keeping up with the Joneses is something that we can't that. So ingrained in our society today that it can affect. We have needs that that are really not needs. They're just perceived needs. So we tried to fulfill them, but at what cost is sometimes the question that comes to mind but again. You know that parent being there for the needs of the child or the children is key. Now. In a scenario where both parents have the necessity to step out and work it's important to. Somewhere in some way shape or form to have to do it in a way where the child or the children do not suffer the lack of a parental. figure there because then you can't what we see today kids are are nannied by entertainment systems, PS twos, and the such video games or they're not even supervised adequately you have siblings. Older siblings taken care of younger siblings with no adult supervision that does something you know And the effects are complex to say the least And that's. Just right off the top of my head. That's what comes to mind With that differed style. So to speak, you mentioned something about culture also or obviously I'm Hispanic I grew up in Hispanic home though as soon as you step out of the house, everything was English but when you stepped into the house, everything skied into Spanish like that. So a very. You know we we always had someone there and I'll say it again nowadays, the APP the the the tendency for Hispanics where we come from is that the mother is the one that the caretaker basically the man goes out and and supplies When you get here to the United States, you have the interesting phenomenon where sometimes the parents both have to step out who takes care of the kids. You know and that is something that is i. see is detrimental to the development of our. Hispanic roots here in the United, states are are are cultural people were missing out of what is termed in in parenting terms is families. which is something very, very strong within Hispanic cultures. It makes us resilient is is that we're connected. You know we believe in family no matter what and. Unfortunately, that that characteristic is being deteriorated because. Our our understanding of parenting in households are are shifting because. We live in a different society today. So I cannot underlying. Enough the importance of trying to preserve that I'm not saying that necessarily parents have to go and and you know. One of them work. Ideally were looking at something that that they can make it work you know based on the needs that they have. We appreciate you listening to this episode. We'll be right back after award from our sponsors. Hi My name is Philip Warfield, a young adult trying to make sense of it all over the years I've watched. So many people find their own philosophies to be successful I want to find my own. Introducing fills philosophies of podcast aimed at helping me find what I want to do with the rest of my life and finding my own unique values. You'll listen to inspiring interviews with creatives, incredible stories from survivors and life experience from hardened warriors you can listen to the pod on apple podcast spotify or wherever you listen to come joining the journey and I'll see you on the pied. You know you mentioned the necessary. You mentioned that very important topic within the idea of social mobility. Of the lower class, the middle class in the middle class, a higher class and everything that is in between, of course, and sometimes parents sacrifice their children's education for the hopes of Social Mobility Right? Let it be in educational spaces or let it be in financial spaces more than any thing else. They'll be financial basis your concentration for your dissertation that you wrote was for parenting for Latin American or parents right? In parenting indication. and. There's this idea that you can. Teach someone to be apparent, right? Why Is this idea of teaching people important. How can we do that? I, think for two reasons. We're not born knowing necessarily. Typically, when we parent, our inclination would be what we saw children That is the norm for parenting. and because life is so complex Necessarily what we see as as the norm is not necessarily the ideal. my my doctoral project was focused on developing mature faith in second generation children from a first generation home within the United States within the. Church. A search setting so. We focused a lot on on the importance of one understanding that not everyone necessarily knows the ideals of parenting. I mean, we have to first determine where did this come from and because we live in such a pluralistic society one that Has a tendency of wanting to name and define things to their convenience. Now referred to same sex marriage for instance, we we basically in this nation in two thousand, fifteen changed the definition of marriage Do we have the right to and I believe that we don't because a marriage is a God gobbly ordained `institution just like parenting is so for. The. IDEA. We would need to look at at the biblical basis. What God. Says, I'm that has been lost because of the mobility in society the shifting here of their migration you name it. It has hidden pulled US away from from looking into God's word to what is the ideal when it comes to parenting and other areas as well. So I'm. Noticing.

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"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"piero" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Chiefs or the I like both teams, but I'm going for I'm going for the Cisco the. Forty niners. Their head coach is is a beast in Garoppolos I like so bring it on. Yeah I think I think the foreign owners can win but I'm going for the chiefs all the cheese got solid museum. and Andy Reid is is is a magician to write legend. You never know what's going to happen. It's going to be a great game sugar. Oh Yeah. It's to be a great game. It's got to be agree game. Right. Well, let's start with some basics. Tell me a little bit more about yourself. from where you grew up. and. What's your? What's your favorite? Type of food. Okay great name is Richard. Benigno. That was born in New York. My parents are Puerto Rican. Mother is from the east side of the island. My father's from sabre. You asked me a few more questions I'm happily married twenty two years and county I've got two kids. A, twenty one year old beautiful girl at southern and Southern University and in one thousand, nine year old boy a handsome also. And he's also at southern. And my wife's name is a net, and like I said we've been married for twenty two years. my favorite food. I, love my wife's cooking. Second to that Mexican rate on Love the authentic taste of home cooked home-cooked meal. Yeah, yeah good. And you know you mentioned that you have kids and that's definitely relevant topic that we're talking about today. So we're getting onto the top parenting. So when it comes to parenting right there's different styles of parenting. There's different ways to apparent but before we get to dot kind of stuff, I'll like to know what is when when you hear the word parent what's the first thing that comes to mind to you? First. Thing that comes to mind when I hear the word parent. Too good question I. Think of God. And this is something that that has grown. In my understanding. I grew up seeing. God Not as a parent but as a tyrant more or less when I was growing up I grew up in a different Different community of faith. And it was? Miss. At a distorted view who God was when I got into studying parenting and eight just opened up a completely different window as to our father, which aren't him so when I think of parenting. I think of God you know it's it's an IT's beautiful. Every time I do think about it because it expands it's a totally different dimension now of the God that I serve. You, you know you mentioned that and and there's a lot of Christians that do that as well. You know when they think of parent, they think of God however, God is a version as a perfect version of the imperfect versions of parents, and that comparison can bring a lot of trouble trouble triple ideas to the minds of people who did not have the best parents correct But let me ask you a question like what's a good parent and it's not so good parent in my estimation a good parent. Excuse me. Pardon me is it's not a perfect parent. A good parent is is one that is there that is present even in their broken this mind you it's not one that does things perfect. It's one that's there with and four their children There's something about the journey of a child with a parent involved in that journey. No matter how difficult it may be that enhances it and to meet embodies. A. True parenting just being there and. Also, another value kind of word you said true parenting. So there's a false parenting or a a sense of lack of parenting at the very least. I think I think they're both there's both I. think There's there's there's both when I say true I, mean genuine. There's a lot of people who have in my estimation distorted view of what parenting in parenting is. And I don't mean that to criticize. Because it's factual because of what I see. And I guess I'll leave that point there. I'll get into a little bit later right? Right. When when you think of parenting also. I like to know like. We talked about was the first thing that comes to mind but was the first image kind of like a story that comes to your head. When it comes to parenting in your experience I mean, you are a parent so since you're a parent. What does that feel like when somebody says good parenting bad parenting to you. image do you want a personal anecdote? Yeah if if possible. I. I grew up in very humble home. We knew what it was to to go without you know basic necessities sometimes, it was food were challenges there and. When I went envision PARENTI. What I'm business is my mother being there with US despite that, my father go out and work hard when there was nothing to to eat necessarily nothing balanced at mom was still there it was the constant though it was difficult. Her presence there did not make it difficult in our is because she was there with a Zach make sense So that's what comes to mind You know the image of my mother being there. The presence of parents is very important. And let's get into a little bit of the differences between parenting in the United States and sometimes outside of the United States in the United States. We have of Very Egalitarian Society and you know women and men both go to work and other non egalitarian or less egalitarian societies more Turco. If we were to get into terminology the man goes out and the woman stays right and you described your mother was there. Do you think there is a. What what what are some positive and negative aspects of those philosophies the philosophy of only one parent goes to work and philosophy both parents go to work what are some advantages and disadvantages in that Well. Let's talk about the advantages and I don't wanNA sound polarized or anything like that. But the advantages of one parent. Mind you the the father going out like it was back in the day was more common obviously. In. Our society here the United.

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"piero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"piero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ever disappoints. It's like it's like an old friend and a warm embrace who doesn't love the fact that the Indianapolis city county council thinks you shouldn't eat meat on Monday. Now, New York taking that lead New York wants to actually van hunt dogs now, I don't know if that refers to necessarily the dirty water hotdog cards on every corner, which make amazing hotdogs, but I think it means schools in any kind of public place where they serve food maybe hospitals as well. It's just all sorts of absolute crazy. You don't eat meat. Don't eat meat you want to tell other people. What to do? Then we've got a problem in Indianapolis. The city county council really loves telling you what to do. And how you're good person. They still have to come to grips with what Zach Adams and said about Shapiro's deli me. I'm Tony cats, Ninety-three, WIBC and map bear. Now. We've done it before. And I know way mean to repeat myself because as you know, I I like to spread the love, man. I'm a giver your love spreader. He's well, why do you have to do it? Like just staying statement factor. Spreader? Why can't you be better at this? My gosh. But with the with the really, and listen, I'm saying, I'm not gonna put words into your mouth, these these are my words, the unbelievable insult of Zach Adamson. The Indianapolis city county councillor torture Piero's deli. Is is beyond the pale. But the way Shapiro's delicatessen has stood up for itself has explained that they are actually people who serve all that. There are people who are not going to be told somehow that it's wrong to invite people to come eat in their restaurant and share their food and talk to other people Sapiro this is where you go for meatless Monday. Of course, they have the downtown location. They've got the location that's up there in keystone there, of course, at the airport welcoming everybody to Indianapolis Shapiro's deli is where is where you're going to go. This is where you're going to have lunch. You're going to have lunch there. And you're gonna tell them town. You heard about it on Tony cats and the morning news, and you like sandwich bear. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'll eat a sandwich citing the corned beef sandwich piled high. Derm? This is a monstrosity Yano. It's a monster non Strauss. If it's a good thing. It's a very good thing. It's like you didn't even show up for her SEL. We don't rehearse, well, maybe I'm making a point the smoke tongue sandwich. I know people forget freaked out. Oh, no, no. You gotta have. This might seem mustard. It's just so cool. You know, what I will order a series of sandwiches? Now, the Passovers over order series of sandwiches, and we will try we will try we will apart partake. You can get the twisted tea. I have no idea that's destroy me. Lettuce tomato. Of course. That's that is to three. They're bet. Right, right. You can do all the good things over there at a Sapiro Adelie know where they are where they are. You've been there many times, you absolutely love the place downtown Indianapolis walking distance from let's say, the NRA convention or all the other amazing conventions that we have right here in in the eight eight south marine, St. eight zero eight south Meridian street Shapiro so popular that's their website, Shapiro's dot com. They own it all the places in the country, bone Shapiro's dot com is right here. That's where you're going meatless Monday. I want you to tell them Tony cats. Tell them that you know, what take the office out for lunch at Shapiro's. There should be a line out the door. But the rain won't becoming you're going for lunch, though, get that done. That's where you need to be for this meatless Monday. When the Indianapolis city county council is pushing social Justice, and of course, divisiveness you go for love and love yourself a sandwich. Tony cats ninety three WIBC, the former mayor Steven Goldsmith, he'll be with us next on the passing of Senator Richard Lugar. I'm Tony cats. And I am thrilled to be able to talk about universal windows direct. You know, they've been a longtime sponsor of the show of the station. So when you listen to shows here that you enjoy it's because people like universal windows direct are here. And they happen to have a spectacular product in their window in the super space technology, how it keeps the cold air out in the winter the warmer out in the summer and let you lower your heating and air conditioning Bill. Because you don't have to be running. It so often because the house actually gets cool not everything is escaping. The super space. Technology of universal windows. Direct keeps the seals on the glass lasting longer. So your home feels.

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"piero" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"piero" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"We finally retired the old Samsung with its four inch Bethel's. Something a little newer in there. A long time. It has been there through three studios that is an ancient TV. So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a t CO one of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the battles are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio, and in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio when they were listening to fibber McGee, Molly. So those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see their. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech hive. Oh, I like tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good good. It's a publication of ide- g publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online, and the magazines, although as we all know print print is going away, our friend stays now used to run that. Oh, okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is. Yeah. And so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth and wifi. Speakers. Perfect. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little audio junkie. Audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page. See about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked earlier about this a couple of weeks ago. Bow Pinkerton tech you're hearing and kids, especially yeah. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation. They're on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's. Are said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that that eighty five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones which was so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved that interesting with the active noise. Cancelling on that's important because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better one. Yeah. But it's not necessarily the same. It's very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or. One. Again, give you a preview something. It hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I'm bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny..

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"piero" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"piero" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is all things considered. I Nelson Chang and Mary Louise Kelley in recent days, the Fox News channel and some of its corporate siblings. Have come under renewed criticism for their rhetoric on Muslims, and emigrants advocacy groups have launched a fresh wave of boycotts against FOX stars such as Tucker Carlson engineer Piero FOX is controlled by media magnate Rupert Murdoch and his family now in an exclusive interview with NPR, a former senior executive for the company says he quit because of the rhetoric at FOX NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik has the story Josefa Zam joined Rupert Murdoch's News Corp in fall twenty fifteen and it was something of a homecoming started practicing in Manhattan as a lawyer and actually my office at News Corp looked over a corner near Rockefeller Center where my dad used to sell newspapers Zam now thirty seven is in many ways, the embodiment of the American dream. He was born in Afghanistan. Stan and brought to the United States by his parents is a toddler a Muslim immigrant and war refugees seeking safety after the Soviet invasion. He says he knew the controversies that define Rupert Murdoch and his media properties. But figured it would be fine. As AM says the coverage was much worse than he had prepared for scaring, people t- realizing grants creating a fervor right with anxiety about what was happening. Our country. Exam was a senior vice president at Murdoch's News Corp, the chief compliance officer for its corporate headquarters, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post among other properties, and what is AM saw from his colleagues on Fox News and reading the pages of the post and the opinion pages of the journal upset him my issue with this isn't as an American Muslim as a refugee Sada's immigrant as an American executives at Fox News and News Corp, all declined comment for this story, yet Zam says it's gotten worse in recent days and months, Fox News has faced new outcries take Janine Perreault think about it. Omar, where's the he jab? Pure was earlier this month talking about US Representative Ilhan, Omar, Omar remarks on Israel's sparked controversy and condemnation, but Peres singled out Omar's Islamic, faith and Vale is hurried Harrison this Islam doctrine indicative of her adherence to sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States constitution after an outcry. Fox News declared Pero did not reflect its values. She was off the air last week, and we'll be off this week as well. The liberal group media matters found a trove of offensive comments. Fox's Tucker Carlson. Meet on a shock jock radio program some years ago, such as this jibe about Iraqis in two thousand eight Iraq is a crappy place filled with a bunch of you know, semi literate monkey in case. It was hard to hear Carlson called Iraqis a bunch of semi literate primitive monkeys crossing and FOX brushed off. The controversy is a free speech matter. Critics say it fits in with his anti-immigration line on his plan time. Show on FOX our leaders demand that you shut up and accept this. We have immoral obligation to admit the world's poor. They tell us even if it makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided a Muslim producer for Sky, News, Australia resigned last week citing that network's coverage of Muslims. It is owned by News Corp, Fox News is technically part of a separate company. The slimmed-down FOX court yet both NewsCorp and FOX Corp or ultimately controlled by Rupert Murdoch and his family a point that was underscored when Zam gotten a Twitter exchange with FOX's Tucker Carlson in June twenty seventeen crossing ask why America should absorb quote, tons of people from failing countries Azzam shot back that crossing should quote comp stairs to where all the executives who run your company sit and find me by ams account. His boss advised him he was crossing a line and Zam deleted his tweet. But he found it hard to take I live here. I have kids here. And it worries me that you know, what's being put out into the universe. Could actually create a lot of risk for them by December twenty. Seventeen as had resigned. Sing he could not reconcile his employer's apparent values with his own David Folkenflik, NPR news, New York. A study published today counts the number of pregnant women in prison in one year one thousand three hundred ninety six it seems like a simple thing to do..

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Fox News condemns Jeanine Pirro for questioning Ilhan Omar's hijab

Investor's Edge

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Fox News condemns Jeanine Pirro for questioning Ilhan Omar's hijab

"News issuing a statement about one of its talk show hosts judge Janine Pirro, who's paid to offer her opinion on the network. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Now from Washington DC the reprimand coming for remarks that Janine Pirro made about Minnesota democratic congresswoman Ilan, Omar a statement from Faulk says the remarks you not reflect the views of the network hero had suggested that Omar's beliefs about Israel are rooted in her Muslim religion bureau. Also noted that Omar wears a he job I head covering that many Muslim women do wear in public Piero asking on her show, whether Omar's adherence to this is Slavic doctrine is indicative of adherence to sharia law, Omar has been in the news lately herself for critical remarks cheese made about US policy on

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"piero" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"piero" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ladies and gentlemen. Schnitt listeners across the globe. It has been about an hour and a half since the Washington Post piece came out where Nancy Pelosi was interviewed and said that no not going to pursue an impeachment of Trump because it's so divisive. And she doesn't think that he's worth it. And then also said that Trump is not ethically fit intellectually fit to be president of the United States. So no response from President Trump by the minute. The story broke. We got to it just minutes after the story broke in our number two. I said that WalMart God stand back is the response from Trump is going to be big. And here we are. We're an hour and a half later, and there is no response from President Trump, which listen, that's not uncharacteristic. Sometimes it takes hours and hours. Sometimes it's the next day. Before he response. But I I was I expect some kind of a gigantic wallop. Coming from President Trump against Nancy Pelosi for what she said. And she even height this up for those that are tuning before I finish up with FOX and Janine Piero and move onto Joe Scarborough to mention the Tucker Carlson messes. Well, hold on get into all this in a second. It's not enough time in a three hour show. I need to expand this thing to six hours a day. Anyway, so Nancy, but she was hyping this. She was juicy this in this interview with the Washington Post Nancy Pelosi said I'm not for impeachment. This is news. I'm going to give you some news right now. Because I haven't said this to any press person before, but since you asked, and I've been thinking about this impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there's something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path and because it divides the country and because he's not worth it. And then, you know, he's on he's on fitness, unfit for blah, blah. That's what Nancy. She was building. This thing up. She knew this was going to make a splash. She decided to make a splash. She doesn't do much. She's slipping a bit. And she has some, you know, awkward ticks and jerks. And sometimes she forgets what she's about to say we all do from time to time. But she knew exactly what she was doing here. And I'm waiting. Waiting for Trump the punch back. And I'm sure that's coming. Sometime soon. Whether it's before we get off the air in twenty two minutes later tonight or tomorrow morning. Or two AM tweet. I expect the president comeback swinging and Nancy Pelosi. The question is just how hard finishing up with FOX in this Janine pioneer of Janine Piero situation again, not a good weekend for FOX. And then the news broke last night vow Tucker Carlson with his old appearances on the bubbas radio show and not not a good weekend for FOX. So hang on. We'll we'll get into that adjusts the second, but internally you have a producer at FOX hole suck Kamal who is a Muslim woman. She is producer on special report with Bret Baier. Now granted that some more of a news program. It's not as opinionated Bret Baier from most of the mainstream critics generally gets thumbs up with his the folks that get a lot of pats on the back typically or Chris. Chris Wallace from Fox News Sunday in his appearances during the week on Fox News channel. And then also Bret Baier gets a lot of kudos because he's not card carrying, you know, wearing everything on his sleeve with such you know. So obvious intent and that's why listen you've got MSNBC which is over the top on the liberal liberal end. You've got Fox News, which listen, I'm a conservative Republican. But at times the opinion programming at night on FOX is is over the top equally as much on the right side. And you know, I don't even watch FOX at night. I don't even bother because it just it gets older monotonous because the president deserves criticism from time to time. He deserves praise one. He deserves it. And if he does something wrong, or if he misread something says something, I mean, he deserves to be called out on it. That's called intellectual honesty. But here we have this producer this huff, Saul Kamal on special report. And she tweeted out I mean at her own network. She tweets out at judge Janine. Can you stop spreading this false narrative that somehow Muslims hate America or women who wear a hit job are an American enough. You have Muslims working at the same network. You do including myself. NPR's not apologizing. She said that the intention of remarks was to ask a question and started debate she said, of course, because one is a Muslim does not mean that you don't support the constitution. You know, she said, I invite Representative Omar come on my show any time to discuss all the important issues facing America today. So. I would I would recommend or give advice to judge Janine Pierrot. I would say a slam Omar for her behavior. Swam Omar for her tweets swam, Omar for what she has said. And what she stands for this. Plenty there judge. Don't go after you know, what she's wearing on her head. Unless you do it the right way. Listen, I I said last week I, and I don't I never said that she shouldn't wear job. I never said that uh. She's not American if she wears a hit job last week. I said that her Jew hating and her Israel hating is so vast that it's tough to keep it under her job that she might want to go for a larger size to try to hide all the Jew in Israel hating. Yeah. I think that's fine. And I think I'm pretty accurate there. But you know, I I don't think the judge Jimmy knows how to drive the track yet. I don't even know she wrote it wasn't a producer of the road. I don't know. Listen Ilhan, Omar is made some absolutely reprehensible despicable statements about Israel and Americans who support Israel. So that's where judge you need to stick stick with that the Tucker Carlson thing, I don't get it. You know, Tucker Carlson is a very intelligent individual. There's no doubt about it. The Tucker's the smart, dude, I I just don't know why he would put himself in any position. And he also has not apologized. So judge Dineen is not really apologizing. And then we have Tucker Carlson. As listen the far, far left media matters. We know who's behind media matters. We we understand they they just sit around for hours picking conservative radio and television, and they're looking for crap to try to exploit to report on the Gotcha moments. Yeah, they went after Bill O'Reilly on numerous fronts and others at Fox News. And let's we know the game that media matters plays. The latest is is they went through tape and transcripts of Tucker Carlson. Appearing on the Bubba the love sponge radio program on terrestrial. I would imagine. And maybe when he was on satellite, and they found some really stupid things that Tucker Carlson said. Misogynistic statements seemingly supporting. Statutory rape. I just don't be stuff with the cult dude out in Utah or Arizona. What we so? What was that guy's name was that was it Jeffers Jeffries? Jeffers that Creighton, and it seems that Tucker Carlson was somewhat defending the guy being this don't the feds Tucker Carlson. How did you get sucked in to saying some stupid crap? And now, it's it's come. It's Jeff's, it's what is it? It's Warren Jeffs. Yeah. I was Jeff's Jeffers whenever that Jeffries Jeffers. Jeff. So it is Jeff's, right? Warren jeffs. Yeah. What a what a sicko Creighton? But I don't understand how taco cross and how he got sucked into saying. Just don't be things that have now come back to bite him in the ass. So you know, FOX has their hands full. And I'm sure the media matters in these organizations that hate FOX. They're gonna organize boycotts and go after the advertisers. I'm sure we're going to hear shortly about advertisers that have now dropped off of Tucker Carlson's FOX show. So again, listen. Yeah. You toss out the stones. They gonna get tossed back. And you listen, I'm sorry. It's fair game. If Tucker Carlson said stuff that was ridiculous. It's fair game. If someone finds it to bring it back, especially since Tucker Carlson recently went after Joe Biden four things that he said in the Senate back in the early or mid seventies. So. You can't have a double standard here. You can't be hypocritical. Talker. I just don't know why a smart guy like you. Maybe the bow tie was too tight at that point. I I don't know why smart guy like you would say the crap that you said, all right. I'm running a little late but better late. Then never Joe Scarborough and ocasio Cortez this flash in the pan. This flavor of the month is shiny new object. This woman in congress who was making so much damn noise. But you look at the vote count and what she was elected by. And and how she beat Joe Crowley in the primary. It's it's unbelievable. The noise and the command and what she's doing in a country of three hundred thirty million people. Listen. That's the way that's the way things happen at some time. Anyway, Joe Scarborough, and again, I'm running a little late on this. I apologize. If you've been waiting for this. I really am. It's been a busy day. Joe Scarborough this morning on MSNBC. I thought said something that was spot on listen. Hang on a minute. Okay. Yeah. The wrong button Porsche, they're listening to this show hard, edges, something, we certainly understand that obviously.

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"piero" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"piero" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And then someone who's always bothered me Taylor in love her the young son Piero brilliant, Polaris to go in our basket of people people who need Justice. Yes. Except okay. I'll get my name is trying to make us like her. And I just felt like at the time they were just trying to replace Marissa. But she we were looking at it all wrong through the lens of placing Mercer where it's like, no, she's an an incredible character to she will go in the basket of people who wants hated. But now deserve Justice Alah Meredith Blake Allah, Gaston, Allah, sharpei, Evans, exactly done. I'm glad I got off my chest. Meet you, and I'm glad that we now have another addition to our basket because I love making the basket. The MVP of the show who Julie Cooper Nichol. Julie Cooper took the show on her back truly, and she was just so under appreciated on that house that she got. Yeah. But like her ending kind of bothered me because she was choosing between two men Ryan's dad and the bullet who is the best character ever, and she never really made choice. And instead went to college. We'll see about that. Let's get a spinoff Julie Cooper where she now. Like, I would love that could open actress now, that's Melinda. Clarke did a lot of the characters from that show. Like didn't really do anything KiKi cures them. What did she do? Oh, but the grandfather is now on dynasty. He literally a cat has nine lives. I know. And now, I always thought I would never see him as anything other than Caleb Nichol. But then when like you really do hear his accent. And he really is what's his name Allen do know in the dynasty was a enders. Are you caught up on nine? Yes. The greatest show of all time, the Grisham of all time the greatest wardrobe of all time in the greatest set designer of all time and the greatest makeup artists for Gillies. Because who the hell does her eyeliner the greatest wardrobe? We've always had my follow the wardrobe stylists on Instagram. So smart like I just love seeing her stuff posts like inspectors. And I just want to know what she's inspired by right because I'm worried about her wings. Fires your inspiration. Well, let's think minds version is Andy Cohen, and he's inspired by like Susan Lucci. So I don't really relate to that. But. By soap opera stars from the eighties. Okay. Next up Cardi B, Las Vegas. Residency announced at the palms casino resort. Biggest is just like coming out strong. Cardi B is headed to sin city on Wednesday. The palms casino resort announced. The bodak yellow wrapper will kick off her first residency this spring at. -oday club and nightclub slated to open in April as part of the hotels six hundred and ninety million dollar renovation Cardi joins G eazy, cascade and scroll IX among additional performance who will performers who will have residencies at the club the venue. Also reportedly features a rotating three hundred sixty degree deejay booth vomit, and he had no I've been there dates will be announced Wednesday. Okay. Okay. I just think like we need to just relax on the residency because it's beyond confusing. Like when Florida Georgia line had a residency did three shows are six shows in Vegas. That's not the same. Are you there for five years, then it's a residency jelly pop yesterday. No. Because that was their exact point. Oh, and I wondered what I would've said I would've said about this. She's too young to have residency shows and have enough in her catalog put on album folks, doing like a month of shows. She's doing like every other Friday in Vegas. It's so stupid like, and then you see Margaret text me Las Vegas residency for Cardi B. And I was like oh my God. But then I'm like one, and then it makes sense. She's not actually doing a residency Celine. Dion five shows a week for five years. She's doing show. A couple of concerts..

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"piero" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"piero" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And then someone who's always bothered me Taylor in love her the young son Piero brilliant, Polaris to go in our basket of people people who need Justice. Yes. Except okay. I'll get my name is trying to make us like her. And I just felt like at the time they were just trying to replace Marissa. But she we were looking at it all wrong through the lens of placing Mercer where it's like, no, she's an an incredible character to she will go in the basket of people who wants hated. But now deserve Justice Alah Meredith Blake Allah, Gaston, Allah, sharpei, Evans, exactly done. I'm glad I got off my chest. Meet you, and I'm glad that we now have another addition to our basket because I love making the basket. The MVP of the show who Julie Cooper Nichol. Julie Cooper took the show on her back truly, and she was just so under appreciated on that house that she got. Yeah. But like her ending kind of bothered me because she was choosing between two men Ryan's dad and the bullet who is the best character ever, and she never really made choice. And instead went to college. We'll see about that. Let's get a spinoff Julie Cooper where she now. Like, I would love that could open actress now, that's Melinda. Clarke did a lot of the characters from that show. Like didn't really do anything KiKi cures them. What did she do? Oh, but the grandfather is now on dynasty. He literally a cat has nine lives. I know. And now, I always thought I would never see him as anything other than Caleb Nichol. But then when like you really do hear his accent. And he really is what's his name Allen do know in the dynasty was a enders. Are you caught up on nine? Yes. The greatest show of all time, the Grisham of all time the greatest wardrobe of all time in the greatest set designer of all time and the greatest makeup artists for Gillies. Because who the hell does her eyeliner the greatest wardrobe? We've always had my follow the wardrobe stylists on Instagram. So smart like I just love seeing her stuff posts like inspectors. And I just want to know what she's inspired by right because I'm worried about her wings. Fires your inspiration. Well, let's think minds version is Andy Cohen, and he's inspired by like Susan Lucci. So I don't really relate to that. But. By soap opera stars from the eighties. Okay. Next up Cardi B, Las Vegas. Residency announced at the palms casino resort. Biggest is just like coming out strong. Cardi B is headed to sin city on Wednesday. The palms casino resort announced. The bodak yellow wrapper will kick off her first residency this spring at. -oday club and nightclub slated to open in April as part of the hotels six hundred and ninety million dollar renovation Cardi joins G eazy, cascade and scroll IX among additional performance who will performers who will have residencies at the club the venue. Also reportedly features a rotating three hundred sixty degree deejay booth vomit, and he had no I've been there dates will be announced Wednesday. Okay. Okay. I just think like we need to just relax on the residency because it's beyond confusing. Like when Florida Georgia line had a residency did three shows are six shows in Vegas. That's not the same. Are you there for five years, then it's a residency jelly pop yesterday. No. Because that was their exact point. Oh, and I wondered what I would've said I would've said about this. She's too young to have residency shows and have enough in her catalog put on album folks, doing like a month of shows. She's doing like every other Friday in Vegas. It's so stupid like, and then you see Margaret text me Las Vegas residency for Cardi B. And I was like oh my God. But then I'm like one, and then it makes sense. She's not actually doing a residency Celine. Dion five shows a week for five years. She's doing show. A couple of concerts..

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"piero" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"piero" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I really like my friend Piero gilardi of refinery twenty nine she spoke a lot about about transparency with thirteen which I always thought of as more financial like when I think transparency as as the CEO like, okay, I'm sure the numbers with you and the goals for her. It's much more about emotional transparency and really giving permission to her team through her own actions to be honest about higher feeling and that it's okay to talk. About those things and not pretend like we have to bottle them up. Yeah. And she's so authentic, and like that sounds like and funny, and it gives people like they then are like the uncomfortable to and I just thought that was really cool in that kind of blew my mind Jane were one she has stuff about you have to have fierce conversations with your partner. And if you can't do that, then you're not you don't really have that space of like trust and respect like you have to be willing to really hash it out and get you a higher ground. Yeah. I think the fierce friend, I do have are fierce conversations, and you have to you know, what does that mean in being we willing to like say what you're really feeling or or I think like we're pal important is to have your partner challenge. You say like, I think when there's more love and respect you can argue like more deeply because you have the security and so as long as that's productive. Yeah. It's so important that you do it. The fact that you just brought that in is interesting because it's similar to the other thing from your other guests would which was the transparency of. The emotion. And so I think it goes back to the Guinea of our conversation where so much of what helps you become successful anything. It's the spiritual technology. It's the inner work. It's not necessarily technology of the truck having an engine that works. Yeah. It's the confidence is trying it. It's going with your gut. It's testing it and receiving feedback. Right. It's walking up to that person and whole foods. It's really listening to other people and knowing where you're coming from. And knowing what the story is all of that. And it makes sense that you highlighted those two things because it seems like you're the kind of person who listen to your intuition a lot and has a very rich and our world. Yeah. You meditate? Do you spend time that inner earth base? I think I think meditation can mean different things, maybe two different people. But I do like to really take time for myself what they're that. Sometimes I walked to my office. It's about a forty five minute walk, and you be yeah thoughts. Yeah. Great. It's a very quite long. For me exercise is huge actually went to an acupuncturist for the first time. Oh, this this guy. I say poke acupuncture. It was amazing. But I do think, you know, taking time for yourself getting outside the office for me, even even when I traveled for work. So it's still like a business meaning but somewhere else, I still feel refreshed when I come back like I come back on like, I see it all differently. It could have been two days. But like, you gotta get outside of gesture where whether that's travel reading, whatever it is for you. But having you time and then not being ashamed or guilty about that at all. And you know, it's gonna make your work better. You know, it's the cleanup journey. This is such. Conversation. I'm so inspired by you the way you proved to the world and love what you're making as signing off. What do you want to say the person who's listening right now who might have started to feel something, you know, bubbling up in their in their gut and yet there there's a lot of breakthroughs that still need to happen is hopefully the breakfast never stopped. That's the thing too. You know, and I think, and that's the thing of the creative processes like even when I do presentations on branding or things that are like very much, you know, the artistry in the business face. I still always treat it like a never ending canvas. Like, it's never going to be done or perfect..

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"piero" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"piero" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On K Q E D public radio tonight at ten pm. This guy was big and seen the movie grease. When don't look like high school kids, Maryland. People would people will come say. He's a teacher. Right. Like knows a nice grader tonight. I knew that sooner or later I was going to be one of his targets. Join us next time. For the moth radio hour. True stories told live from the public radio exchange Piero dot org. Ten years ago. The bay area was shaken and outraged when a bar police officer shot and killed Oscar Graham name that would be known around the world. After that. We never see police shootings the same way. Again. I'm Devin Katayama, host of the bay podcast takes you inside these big local stores get the bay Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays on apple podcasts. NPR one or k Cutie dot org slash the Bank. The time is six nineteen. I'm Joel Snyder with these headlines negotiations aimed at ending the partial government shutdown or expected to continue through the weekend. Vice president Pence is preparing to host a meeting today with congressional staffers as Democrats resists the president's call for border wall funding, Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is in Iowa this weekend testing the waters following her announcement of an exploratory committee for likely presidential run in twenty twenty. She's scheduled to several public events today and tomorrow and a thirties have not confirmed what led to a shooting overnight at a bowling alley in Torrance, California, but witnesses claim it stem from a fight. Police say three men are dead for others are injured on trial. Snyder NPR news from Washington..

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President Trump, Janine Piero And Hillary Clinton discussed on C-SPAN2 Book TV

C-SPAN2 Book TV

01:04 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, Janine Piero And Hillary Clinton discussed on C-SPAN2 Book TV

"In his book back in the game. Economists Stephen Moore and Arthur Laffer detail, President Trump's America first economic plan in Trump annex, former secret service agent and NYPD police officer, Dan Bongino, explores the alleged interference of the Obama administration and Clinton campaign in Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and President Trump also tweeted about Greg Jarrett book the Russia hoax the illicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame. Donald trump. Judge Janine Piero's book liars leakers liberals the case against the anti-trump conspiracy. Here's a portion of judge Piero's book talk the book makes it clear what happened. There is a deep state. I don't know if any of you ever, watched the view.

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Fox News rebukes Hannity and Pirro for Trump rally appearance

The Ray Lucia Show

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Fox News rebukes Hannity and Pirro for Trump rally appearance

"Fox news speaks out after facing a bit of a backlash over network hosts, Sean Hannity and Janine Pirro stumping with President Trump Adam zuri rally the night before last or Fox News spokesperson said the network does not condone talent taking part in campaign events that work says they've. Addressed the issue calling the incident, quote, and unfortunate distraction Hannity claimed is appearance onstage wasn't planned. And he was only expecting to do an interview of the president prior to the rally while onstage Piero and Hannity did both praise. President Trump's performance in the White House, and there's no word on any specific disciplinary action against either.

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