22 Burst results for "Queens Park"
"queen park" Discussed on Far Away Fan
"The But that's something that I feel that is different than the championship teams. I feel. It still a rich league by most standards. It's village, League but the teams are built around community and things like that and this was something I wanted to bring up earlier as well when I was growing up in all those years, it was always loftus right i. mean that was the stadium and it's no longer call. That is now. Now now they're Cayenne Prince. Foundation. and. Okay. That will Very harsh debate about this because you know many of US steel goal, it love to Froth but this snow though disrespect or anything I think is just because of the tradition Cayenne free sprints from foundation was You know the the owners were looking for charity. To name the the the football ground after charity and the they actually made the bowl with the with the supporters and all of that, and the campaign fall from Dacian was the winner and I think it's very You know you know it's a very good calls. So cayenne Prince. Was a young man that was mortar. So they took his name to do this combination and I think that's very something very lovely to, and so we took the the name of the stadium and It's weird. I I have to admit it. It's weird salt because we were very typically left Troth. I think it's an honorable thing to do to name the the stadium institution that it's doing great work. So it's alright and nobody nobody gives you a bad luck. If you say look to throat. So it's Ok yet but bad smell became friends foundation stadium. I love that it's very noble thing to do especially when you have a team like Ukiah and generations upon generations nor does love destroyed and we sometimes get very used to holding onto these traditions I was reading about it and I think it's a wonderful thing and I think that it's a very bored move I'm sure most people especially, some more defend would not have liked it. But at the same time I think it's a very, very noble gesture on the part of the club whereas definitely unto refer in the beginning I think men and some people were like, oh, we're going to look to throw anyways but with most of them, most of the funds how quite happy because as just say this club is very concerned about the community and. they've gone a little grade work not just with the confrontation and you know I don't know if you heard. But when the Grenfell Tower could fire a QPR be some full bowl match on benefit of the victims of Grenfell because spoonful is quite close to to look the truth. And they were very concern them very. You know supportive of the community. So it's a fantastic seem so so yeah, I'm happy would within the name. I told you that the first time that I felt part of the family was through listening to keep your podcast open all hours I started a great friendship with one of the guy from the book dust or full Fini. And he's from Northern Ireland to were always too small. So of course, going to England in two thousand and seventeen. So he he say, well, if you're going to be here, you have to seek you arc. So he got tickets for the for the stumbles game. It was from dusting I. Get to meet him finally in person and to me some great friends in the Allen. And Unwin became even closer because we were a good friends and so on and they say please come back soon. You know this is GonNa be from tested on all that. And but after two thousand, seventeen, my life came apart. and very harshly because Man My dad was sperry. He'll. He was diabetic but also in his last time he suffered from. Prostate cancer. So it was quite devastating because he will swell on one year after he will. Vary very lucky number about shape. he actually. died two years ago so. A very, very harsh time mom was. Going to the hospital all the time I was Berry Berry you know going insane with all of that. And Poll told me in other you should come to them We're GONNA find a way to make you feel better. I want to go I don't know if I'm going to be able to with that I want to go. And suddenly, I decided that, I I wanted to go. To Northern Ireland do some shooting a short film I. Want to go to Belfast for all my life so i. decided to do it. And I am I will seem by to to a game, but this away game of Sheffield United Ground. He was great because we went on the train to suit the game we lost like we always do. A great experience and the I one with my friend Cindy who is fantastic. Great person and When we came back pulled, ask me if able to go to the training ground. To the cumulus training ground. For the day I was like training ground like why? As a yeah. Sure. I mean whether it's Qbr is you know I'm GonNa say yes. He told me what's what was going on? book I receive an email rely was staying in London from Paul Morrissey who was doing the QPR median old up, and then from caroline shade who was the assistance of the manager of Steve mcclaren to tell me that Steve mcclaren was inviting me to the QPR, training ground to meet the players. Now whilst like. What It was like, how is this possible because? As you say. In Mexico, it would be impossible to me your players and to have lunch with them and all that. It's like you would never think of that. So I went to the acuity are training grant who who was quite five from what I will staying. Close to Heathrow Airport. On my own. It was very weird. I was very nervous. I didn't know what to do and they told me you ask for Caroline Shea she is GonNa Take Care of you and I, I came to the ground to the training ground S. for Caroline and she say you are among jurors So. We're going to trade you like You know
How long can we all follow strict social distancing orders?
"I thought that I could say I'm speaking for everyone in the country. When I say social distancing sucks but I know it's necessary and we will get through it. I thought I could say about for everybody but apparently not we. Have you know a bunch of Yahoos? Open the front Queens Park sitting there protesting that the place has opened. That's breaking the law and putting everyone in jeopardy putting themselves in jeopardy putting the workers in jeopardy and God forbid one of them end up in the hospital down the street now. I'm as mad as Ontario Premier. Doug Fortius at those people who choose to show up for protests and float the rules. But I'm also concerned about the bigger picture about more than a couple of hundred eightieths. I'M WORRIED. The protests like this are evidence of cracks in the dam. Because I know I can feel it that the weather will get warmer and this will get harder and the numbers will go. Down and more people will be receptive to the message. Maybe not the protest message but the idea that it's okay to bend the rules and so they'll ban them and other people will see them do it. And that's how this whole strategy starts to fall apart. Here's the thing though. There's a limit to what people can take and well. Yes fine. Those idiot protesters as much as you want. You also can't tell people but they can't sit on their porches. We chat with their neighbors. When the weather's Nice can't tell them the can't take a walk in the park not forever. So where is the right balance? How much social distancing can we take collectively without cracking and when some of us do cave and break the rules and everyone sees it? What happens to the whole? We're all in this together part of the effort. What message should governments be sending people right now to keep them focused on the task at hand but also give them enough hope to hold on? We'll ask somebody who specializes in human behavior in a crisis as soon as claire brings us up to date on everything. That's happened with cove nineteen in Canada this weekend. We are expecting this week to hear more from provinces including Ontario and Quebec on how they plan to ease restrictions around Kovic nineteen in the coming weeks but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. None of the plans involve immunity passports. Because they're still no proof that those who recover from the virus can't become infected again a Manitoba plans on ramping up surgeries that were postponed because of cove in nineteen. This is because the number of cases in the province remains low so some non urgent surgeries including cataract and orthopedic will start taking place this week. In Ontario the Education Minister says all publicly funded schools will remain closed until at least may thirty first is as the online learning will continue and that the province does not see a need right now to extend the school year as of Sunday evening. Forty six thousand eight hundred and ninety five cases of cove nineteen in Canada with two thousand six hundred and seventy three deaths Jordan. He threw in this. Is the Big Story Carolyn? Macdonald harker is a sociologist at Mount. Royal University in Calgary also the director of the Center for Community Disaster Research which is relevant today obviously Dr McDonald Harker. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. My first question is just as somebody who observes behavior. How would you say Canadians in general are doing in terms of compliance with social distancing measures? I think overall as a General Rule Canadians are quite compliant. I know there's a stereotype about Canadians being very polite but along with thought I definitely would say that. We are more conformist. There's more a sense of collectively in Canada and collaboration and so historically and even today during the current pandemic I would definitely say that there is a desire and a willingness to sort of abide by these regulations that were being given by government and health officials. That's interesting would you say that kind of changes nation to nation or by geographic area? How do you find that various absolutely if you look at human behavior it is definitely influenced by culture and social interactions so you look at perhaps some European countries we know when we've seen in the media that they had to implement Stricture enforcement because of the way in which people interact so Italy. For example there was a tendency not to necessarily follow some of the physical distancing regulations and so their government had to move to a much stricter regulations. And sort of you. Know a stricter lockdown You look at you know our neighbors the United States right next to us. You know. There's definitely the sense of independence and individualism and so some regions you know had more difficulty with some of these physical distancing regulations of and you still look at at the climate. You know when you compare Canada the to the US and how we're taking it very seriously here and you know you hear a lot of people in the US saying well. I can't believe so many stores are closed down. It's business as usual here. So there definitely are a cultural differences in the various regions and countries. So in our case then We've been at this for six weeks and we're doing fairly well in terms of compliance. How long Could you usually expect that to continue like even Canada would certainly have a breaking point? Probably right absolutely and that's a great question. Because I think at the beginning we definitely recognized. It was a global health pandemic. We saw that it was affecting other countries and we took it really seriously. We recognize that there are severe implications for older and vulnerable people and that they were very real so we were fortunate enough to see other countries experiences and I think that made a lot of people here in Canada. Take it more seriously You know and there is a lot of of fearfulness and uncertainty out there which has been really tangible. Now in the first few weeks were very compliant. Of course you know. The first week or two there was a bit of hesitation. There was a bit of disbelief. There was some denial But after that people really settled in and recognized that we needed to do this not only for our own health and safety but thought of other individuals especially those who are vulnerable but there is a point where we might start to see. That people aren't taking it as seriously as before and this is often referred to as crisis fatigue and this just refers simply to becoming immune to warnings from government and health officials and oftentimes. It's a result of you know this constant fear that's associated with repeated repeated warnings about the pandemic. And usually you see that start to set in at about you. Know the six seven eight week mark Where people are really starting to think about. Can I do this long term? And more importantly what are the impacts on my mental health? That was going to be. My next question is is there a point where The mental health costs become worse than the risk right. Absolutely and you know we've been talking a lot about the physical health implications and of course that's important right. We want to make sure that people remain healthy and I think everybody understands that but the other side of the coin that we haven't talked a lot about is what are the mental health implications of cutting people off from their interactions with other people and their connections. We are by nature social beings and we cannot survive without contact with other individuals and without Having interactions with them and we found you know many novel ways of communicating people are doing zoom parties or having worked meetings through other means of technology and I think it was new and novel at the beginning and people were excited about it but people are starting to grow weary of sitting at home and not being able to go out and talk with people and connect with them and it is having an impact on their mental health. It is taking a tool and we need to talk about that. We need to take into consideration because we have to look at you. Know what are the lives that were saving by continuing to practice? Isolation versus what are some of those long term impacts and we know in my field that there will be an increase in things like domestic violence child abuse divorce mental health issues like PTSD depression anxiety. So I think it's important to look at it holistically and weighed the benefits versus the risks. And not not necessarily conversations. We've had in the past. Were starting to have those conversations and I think they're definitely important points and issues to discuss when you do that. Research that you mentioned. Did you kind of find a timeline at which I guess maybe explain this wrong but those axes cross and it does become a much worse for long-term mental health to do it versus the danger is there.
Licence plates, education fights and other dispatches from Doug Ford's Ontario
"This is one of those bizarre little government. Screw that probably happened on some level to every single government anywhere on the political spectrum is an embarrassing sure. But it's also not a big problem is screwed something up you've vixen. You apologize annual move on. It's the kind of screw up that only sticks around because it says something about the bigger picture and it says something when you refuse to acknowledge that and you won't answer questions as you guys. The Media WanNa stick in this little downtown Toronto bumble and start worrying about little things in this respect from them in my opinion first nations right today worse. So welcome to year. Two of Doug Ford's Ontario where alongside the big issues like teacher strikes autism funding and pandemic preparation. We also have license plates. But you can't read and look the plates will be fixed. It'll be fine but this could have been a one day story and instead it's a three week story. Because the first time the issue was raised we got us. We have worked with our key. Stakeholders and our plates are readable. And that right there is how a small story becomes a big one. And that's why it's worth taking a look at how it happened. In a look at the bigger picture and Ontario rating and discussing the government. It's trying to balance a of spinning plates. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big store. Cynthia Mulligan is the Queen's Park reporter at City News in frequent guests. During at least this administration I Cynthia Jordan. Why don't you tell me as we sit here today? What is the Ontario government dealing with? Like what issues are kind of swirling around them. Well license plates are a huge one. I mean license plates have just turned into a boondoggle fiasco nightmare for this government and it it should have been such a benign thing you know. The old license plates were peeling. The contract was up and they wanted to sort of put their mark on the province so for people outside of Ontario who Like to enjoy a laugh at Toronto's and Ontario's expense told me about the license plates like start from the beginning. Why does Ontario have new license plates? And what are they well early on in his tenure doug four decided he was going to rebrand. Ontario in his vision license plates. Were one of the main things. And he redid the slogan. That sounded like you know a Doug Ford campaign slogan and he did them in colors that are known to be more conservative blue colors and they were instantly dubbed Vanity plates by the end EP and partisan plates and they were released early February and it instantly turned into a gong. Show because a sergeant from Kingston a police officer took a photo of a license plate and said Oh my God. Didn't anybody research these plates. Put IT OUT ON. Twitter went viral. Because you couldn't read them when the light is Sean on them in the dark and it became a joke but it also became a how not to handle a crisis lesson for government. Explain what happened in the days following because again government screw up right Lebanon's highland and this could have been dealt with and done in a day. Maybe two days on the news cycle except the way they handled it. It then became a much bigger story so Lisa Thompson. Who was the former Education Minister? And you know I hate to say it she. She's she's really struggled in front of the media particularly in scrums she was the one who infamously said. Let's raise class sizes because it will make kids more resilient and you know would fall apart in scrums under the intensity and listen. Scrums are not easy to Queens Burke. They're really not so my hat's off to anybody who can manage an intense scrum. She has not mastered that skill so she stands up in the legislature. Somebody brings it up the MVP brings it up first day back and it's don't forget it's the first day back after the Christmas break and instead of coming back and I think everybody was expecting you know five weeks off six weeks off. They're coming back. It's going to be nice and calm. And he's talked to you in in late. Twenty nineteen about the new calm and friendly Pc government yes. They were trying to rebrand themselves. They have a new chief of staff after Dean French left under that scandal the patronage scandal and they were really trying to rebrand themselves and you would see. Doug Ford and even when he got questions at the time Before Christmas he was very calm and he handle them very well and he didn't Bristle and he didn't get angry and I think that they were just expecting you. Know SORT OF WE'RE GONNA start up this new session and we're going to carry on with that tone and Kabu license plates blow up in their face. Lisa Thomson gets up. The minister in charge gets up and denies. There's a problem when there's so clearly is a problem and basically says we've done a ton of research no problem and then it gets worse because then she does a scrum with the media calls says that they had to replace the old liberal license plates. The previous license plates were created some forty years ago under conservative. Premier Bill Davis so it just it just got worse and worse and worse and they wouldn't acknowledge there was a problem that then became a much bigger story than it had to finally the next day or so. They're like yeah. Ok well we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA look into this and they were very begrudging about it but it created a bigger problem than what what they should have had. And what really is the problem with these license plates. I mean in the grand scheme of things. It's yes it's a mess up. It's a big flood whether it's three. M's fault or the government's fault will never know because now there's a nondisclosure agreement but what it does is add to the pile of mistakes and backtracks at this government has had to do and it's it's becoming ingrained in the public consciousness because every time they look at a license plate they're Gonna. Think. Oh Yeah. Those are the license. Plates of the government messed up on top of the Autism. File on top of the gas pump stickers. That wouldn't stick on top of like I could go on and on and on what's happening at Queens Park right now just in terms of scandal or issue after issue and what's it like down there because it it seems like it's a bit chaotic from the outside so I had somebody from inside the government high up in the government. Come to my office recently. And they said how do you think we're doing and I said I think you're trying really hard to reset the channel and be different than your first eighteen months in office and I think your past mistakes. Keep coming to bite you. And she looked at me and went That's what's going on. How is Doug Ford navigating? All this this week he gave his first press conference in a while. Judy address it well. He was doing an announcement about a road to the ring of fire that He he championed as a historic agreement. In it's going to bring prosperity to first nations in northern Ontario. I mean it's really a a very preliminary announcement in it's basically an announcement that we're going to try and do this it. Put them in front of people. It also put them in a positive place in terms of indigenous affairs which you know we've been grappling with as a as a nation the last weeks so he wanted this positive announcement. The problem was the whole thing was a disaster from the get-go I mean it's at the Metro. Toronto Convention Center in the bowels like several floors down at a trade convention. It's packed and where they've set up this announcement they don't have enough room and the audio is terrible and the cameras are on a riser looking down at the premier and two chiefs and there's a ton of people from the public who WanNa Watch and they can't because they can't see the media can't see and the audios terrible and nobody can hear a darn thing. It was terrible optic to begin with. I think in watching him because he came when he arrived he was. He seemed in a really good mood. He was smiling. I think from his vantage point. He could see how things were going wrong. I mean one chief was standing at the microphone talking. You couldn't hear a word. He was saying and that had to have been frustrating for him so I think when the questions started and the first couple weren't even about his announcement about about something entirely different which is not unusual when we haven't seen him for five weeks so he has a lot on his plate and he wanted to change the channel with this historic announcement as he
"queen park" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Would you recognize them it's three fifteen I'm mark Austin Thomas coming up the feds will not quarantine corona virus patients at the facility in Costa mesa big changes for the airline industry that's stories coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks or money Joe Biden went wins big in the South Carolina primary those stories coming up in the next fifteen minutes first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five at three fifteen usually the Gulf in Compton on the seven ten south founded Alondra now this is first reported as a brush fire but it turns out a car on fire went over the embankment emergency crews in tow trucks and headed to the scene there now another car fire this one's in Long Beach if you're getting on the four oh five north bound at Pacific this car is on fire on the right shoulder of that on ramps again see a lot of activity there in Gardena one ten south bound before the four oh five car spun out is blocking the left lane head over to south el Monte or Caltrans is working on the sixty westbound they have shut down the freeway from the four oak from the six oh five to Santa Anita again this is on the sixty westbound from the six oh five to Santa Anita you're shut down that's kind of a hard work around there depends on where you're going you might just want to take the ten freeway instead city of industry California also working on the sixty westbound from the six oh five to Rosemead Boulevard two lanes are coned off there Caltrans also has a six oh five northbound connectors to the sixty eastbound and westbound shut down for some road work in east LA five southbound before Indiana wants you to watch out for car partially blocking the right lane and in Anaheim same thing ninety one westbound at lake view it's a car stalled in the right lane there as well corona fifteen south bound before the ninety one a car hit the center divider and it's blocking the left lane also a lot of debris on the freeway so be careful your next report is at three twenty five I'm Lisa golf with my traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio morning and happy Sunday we are tracking a cold storm system that will move in land and bring us scattered showers pretty much all day here in the south planner snow levels are expected to drop rapidly so we're to get a burst of winter after we had a few days of the above average temperatures to end the week so today's going to be a lot colder than.
The History of Tiki Time
"Aw I mean you could be a little bit more cynical and say that don didn't just create this decor out of love it was also to cash in on on something that was very much in the cultural the other thing was that America's well as Europe was in the grips of the great depression everybody's bummed out and they have a little mini vacation in this beautifully appointed fo- Polynesian atmosphere with these amazing exotic cocktails so that's the story signed on the beachcombers atmosphere but what about those cocktails they didn't call it Tiki back then he called them rum rhapsodies there's a little bit pretentiously put an ancient rum in the French style just to make it more classy but here's my question rum is a Caribbean spirit right why not serve Polynesian rhapsodies instead the problem was there's no such thing as a polynesian cocktail I mean he had polynesian decor but what do you serve in the glass in the new Hebrides they did have a polynesian drank native ponies and drink called Kava what they would do they would sit in a circle around a big wooden ball and chew the psychoactive roots of the Kava plant gave you sort of a nice melody sociable high where they chew it spit it into a ball and they'd mix it with coconut milk and then they pass around you and you drank from it this was not the sort of thing that would go over very well in Hollywood and thirty four so no psychoactive saliva base drinks for done but he had another idea he'd also traveled to the Caribbean in those round the world adventures that he'd spent all his college funds John and that's where he had discovered the planners punch in Jamaica and the the dockery and Cuba the Queen's Park swizzle in Trinidad these are all based on rum so don new and he knew rum drinks but rum also had a practical advantage it was the closest spirit available to import Cuba's close by and willing to supply thirsty Americans it accuses right after prohibition and so rob was only spirit that had been readily available in the US while that distillers your non in operation and the term running Shannon must've runs the bar at the Caribbean themed Gladis in Brooklyn and she recently wrote a cocktail book called Tiki earn tropical cocktails and Shannon says that Rome was actually the cheapest to for bar operator costs was really important especially as you're talking about being in the Great Depression so ram fit the bill was expensive in costume much contracts at the whisky which is really expensive because there wasn't the really wasn't any left in this let me take a few years make more whiskey and agent the dawn has rum and he knows some of the basic Caribbean rum drinks but he doesn't just serve those Caribbean drinks he reinvent it's them and it was an entirely new way to serve and mix cocktail he basically took the three hundred year old planters punch poem I'm one of sour to sweet three of strong four of week sour being citrus sweeping sugar strong being rum and week being water ice and he squared or cubed he was like okay I could use lime juice as my sour but what if I mix lime and grapefruit in the same drink and how about instead of just Grizz my sweet what if I mix honey and maple syrup together or infused my sugar Syrup with some spices or pomegranate syrup so he dimensional is D- those two elements and also so what was really radical and brown breaking was that he did the same thing with the strong instead of just one rum he would say okay planners punch generally has dark Jamaican Punch one minute what if I added to that in the same glass a white Puerto Rican or Cuban room which has a more floral dryer kind of file the two rum's enhancing inform each other the Puerto Rican rum cuts the heavy molasses sweetness and density of the Jamaican and the Jamaican adds flavor and depth to the light dry Puerto Rican so anyway this was revolutionary nobody'd ever had drinks like this for nobody's ever made drinks like before that basic idea take a plant as punch and Cuban that's the recipe for what became Don's most famous drink the drink put him on the map the Zombie Don Lake to tell a tale of how he invented the Zombie a businessman came in and was so hung over and he had a sales meeting on made him a couple of these and he walked in like Zombie and nailed it but there's no way as perfect as this cocktail is that donges whipped up behind the bar in two seconds there was a lot of you know coaxing in finessing with these rooms and the dawn's makes in the Porno and the bidders but yet that's the legend that don created for it but yeah it was strong it was popular and there was a limit of two in the bar you can have more than two but even with the limit that didn't up the crowds from storming as place they were lines out the door it was a real see and be seen everyone that went into don the beachcomber was a WHO's who of Hollywood Howard Hughes in Grant Joan Crawford Clark Gable Don's little bar was a huge success so almost immediately there were copycats people started putting up their own version of a Polynesian Paradise all over la remember Americans were already obsessed with the South Seas but the whole vibe struck a particular chord in California first of all Californians of course really embrace surfing in this period which is a Hawaiian Sport and you know there's also a kind of a belief in a sort of shared attitude and aesthetic sensibility right so Californians very much the themselves as you know more modern and more relaxed than the rest of the United States are certainly more so than the kind of Stodgy East Coast Sara Miller Davenport is a historian at the University of Sheffield and she just wrote a book called a Gateway State Hawaii and the cultural transformation of American Empire Californians just vibe at aloha spirit so within a couple of years they were copycat bars all across the state most of them are just knockoffs and nothing to write home about but Jeff Ameri told us one of those copycat bars was really the equal of done the beachcombers the only restaurant tour who went Tiki or went four Polynesian in the nineteen thirties who could rival Don's palette and his skill was a guy named Victor Berge on He was the French Canadian son of a waiter in Oakland and he was in San Francisco he had his own little place there called Hinky Dink's was famous for a Frankenstein you get frank and a Stein for ten cents and he thinks was basically just a little barbecue shack with a Alaskan I rapper theme you know snow shoes and taxidermy on the walls in nineteen thirty seven he took a vacation to Hollywood and discovered on the beachcombers and like everybody else he he waited on line for ninety minutes to get into the bar he saw the popularity of what was happening at Don the beachcomber and try to recreate that up in his place and he turns and hangings into Trey Vicks and he turned himself from Victor Berge Ron into trader Vic Bergeron chair Vic as he was now known he was super savvy any seems to have had a great pallet everyone else was just copying done but trader vic actually used new spirits and juices and invented his own drinks and the food in his restaurants was revolutionary for mid-century. US I mean he introduced on elements of east Indian Malaysian Jap in these and other cuisines on his menu which was unheard of at the time like Donna beachcombers and all these other taking place just serve basic cantonese Chinese food is cheap the Chinese cook and then that would be that but vic pioneered what he called international cuisine and it he did it very very well to the point where he had white tableclo- fine dining restaurants multicourse meals of his own invention vic was also something of a showman he had a wooden leg from from his childhood illness but he would invite people to stick a fork in it and then he would tell them that he lost it to a shark on the high-seas but don the beachcomber and trader vic or soon franchising around the country you WanNa Polynesian themed night out on the Down in Chicago complete with dancing ladies and tropical drinks and an expensive dinner you got it that could've gotten old but then World War Two happens and things get even worse and more and more people flocked picky bars and then Gi's come back from the actual South Pacific with a renewed interest and all that and in the nineteen fifties everything combines you have a booming postwar many facturing economy you have all these vets coming back writing and making movies about their experiences and Tiki just goes into overdrive and it's perfectly suited for the Eisenhower era suburban culture as well which is kind of stifling and moralistic but you can make a little escape into the Pagan South seas in your local Tiki Bar International level was still a little too expensive for regular people in the nineteen fifties but increasingly a middle class couple could treat themselves to a nice night out and get away from it all that way the musical South Pacific came out in nineteen forty nine does this mean I finally finally get to play a little bit of something that booth you Nikki and my partner Tim like to make fun of me about what might deep and abiding love of musical theatre dear God there's no stopping you is there nope Pacific here we come some and Charlie the you may see a stranger thanks for indulging me going to let you make a habit of it okay see anyway the point is Tiki just kept getting more and more popular things continue to grow a pace in the nineteen sixties when you see really the height of Fo- Polynesian Restaurant Chic nece sort of Tiki chic but these were not low end beach bars or Jimmy Buffet Style replaces most of them like trader Vic's on the beachcomber and Stephen Crane's kon-tiki chain were high end luxury restaurants and they were event dining in people would save up and go out on a Friday night in their best clothes to these places even Disney got in on the tiki craze with its very own enchanted tiki room it opened in eighteen sixty three and drilled it soundtrack into the brains of America and even in the nineteen sixties international travel was still expensive and so Sarah says are white middle class Americans these tiki bars and restaurants allowed them to feel cosmopolitan going to Tiki bars right becomes in order these Polynesian restaurants becomes a way to sort of from any white people right to express your kind of embrace of foreign cultures in this moment and speaking of embrace Tiki bars and this whole American love affair with Bo Polynesian everything by the nineteen sixties it's not just about being open minded did it's about being sexy which is a period where more broadly a loosening of some of these sexual norms and I think there's something very appealing to women or at least in the way that these various cookbooks and magazines portray it for women kind of cross these racial boundaries right to kind of play act as a kind of Polynesian princess white middle class women went to Tiki bars and held back yard luos and dressed in moves and eight that FO- Polynesian Pan Asian cuisine the way it's described as often as a way of the Luau is a chance to kind of loosen up it's a chance to play act as as a Polynesian woman right and of course the stereotype of Polynesian women is there you know much more overtly sexual than white
If Ontario decides the election, what decides Ontario?
"Would be totally fair if you didn't know the context to take a look on Tarot and call it a conservative stronghold a halt in the coming election geographically speaking the electoral map of the province is mostly blue and provincially it was just over a year ago. GEICO that voters overwhelmingly rejected liberal candidates and handed the provincial Tories the keys to Queens Park. It's a they win. Doug four delivered a huge majority progressive conservative government. This victory belongs to you. Ah but of course there is a lot of context here. Ontario may look blue at a glance on the map but the part that is red it is the area that has the highest concentration of federal ridings anywhere in the country and the voters did elect a conservative majority a your ago but a lot has happened in that year the Ford government wants to go from thirty five public health agencies to just ten the provincial government is planning to act more than thirty four hundred teaching positions over the next four years to save some money. A new poll just released this evening support for Doug Ford government here. Queens Park is collapsing with the PC's so right now the key writings and Ontario are basically up for grabs. Andrew share will be spending a lotta time in those writings as long as Doug Ford is somewhere else and the liberals liberals will be doing everything they can to hold onto these seats that gave them their majority in two thousand fifteen so which writings will decide this province and ultimately be election what will move the needle for the voters in those writings and how closely those voters think sheer is to Ford and how much could that hurt his chances
"queen park" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Been marred by violence in the past but thanks to added police patrols parade goers say they feel safe to enjoy the festivities to the fullest I nauseating master the queen's park all caused by the city has not been cleaned up following a story on CBS too here's Reno's Roy I'm shocked by how bad it was before with families navigating the money says pool packed with bottles bugs you name it on their way into the park near myrtle Avenue and union turnpike well. yeah that's a lot. Indy difference definitely. actually we don't see any of that here now the parks department admitted its own staff was behind the dumping into space the agency is responsible for keeping clean a spokesperson claiming it was non hazardous waste that had been collected from called catch basins and spray shower drains from other parks and drop there they still should be dumping in here simply a health hazard I mean I don't I can only imagine what they're dumping over here when we originally reached out the agency promised to clean it up and hose it down taking a dump to landfill. gore's now say the queen's park is virtually spotless after the story on CBS too an unforgettable Labor Day for a long island couple welcoming a new baby early this morning twenty nine year old Edith pain and went into labor just after three I am at her home in Patchogue some a police officer Robert Byrd goes got the call and threw on the doctor's cap he delivered the baby girl they named her Caillat Maritza mom and baby were taken a story book university hospital and both are doing well the VZV things I would say.
"queen park" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good afternoon I'm Maria Garcia here three things to know a four forty five one hurricane Dorian continues its low and destructive track over the Bahamas the dangerous category five storm is expected to continue slamming the island through this evening then slowly moved near Florida's coast by Wednesday night to the Labor Day parade had to be canceled in south Plainfield New Jersey today after some illegal fireworks were discovered police initially thought it was a pipe bombs a man has been arrested in the case and that three. the crown heights Brooklyn today for the NGOs you ray parade it is one of the largest celebrations in the US. celebrating West Indian five. great my culture and it keeps it alive. the national or the annual street party has been marred by violence in the past but thanks to added police patrols parade goers say they feel safe to enjoy the festivities to the fullest I'm not eating mass in the queen's park all caused by the city has not been cleaned up following a story on CBS too you're free to Roy. some shocked by how bad it was before with families navigating the money says pool packed with bottles bugs you name it on their way into the parking your myrtle Avenue and union turnpike. yeah that's a lot. night and day difference definitely. actually we don't see any of that here now the parks department admitted its own staff was behind the dumping into space the agency is responsible for keeping clean a spokesperson claiming it was non hazardous waste that had been collected from called catch basins and spray shower drains from other parks and drop there they still should be dumping in here simply a health hazard I mean I don't I can only imagine what they're dumping over here when we originally reached out the agency promised to clean it up and hose it down taking the junk to a landfill. our growers now say the queen's park is now virtually spot was after the story on CBS to an unforgettable Labor Day for a long island couple welcoming a new baby early this morning talk about labor twenty nine year old either that permanent went into labor just after three eight am at our home in Patchogue seven police officer Robert Byrd goes got the call and threw on the doctor's Cappy delivered the baby girl she was named Kayla Maritza mom and baby are doing just fine at Stony Brook hospital WCBS news times.
Fighting for their lives: The Ontario battle over autism funding
"Heard the stories desperate mothers somehow lifting entire cars off of their children are fighting off wild animals to save their babies. There's not much research supporting that phenomenon but if you wanna see in an action politically at least in Canada, head to Queens Park, the provincial government legislature in downtown Toronto. All of all of the. I'm lose out. All of these kids are going back into the schools without the support they need without the therapy. They need this evidence. He's cats are desperate. See couple of weeks ago. Doug, Ford's conservative government announced changes would be coming to autism funding in the province. We'll get to the details of that funding. But suffice it to say that for parents of autistic children who've spent years battling for every scrap of help for their kids. It was not a welcome. And so these parents did what they've been doing since their children were born they called, and they showed up and the organized, and they fought with everything they have. Will the government backed down in the face of that orig- on Monday, Tori, MPP gave the premiere and the minister of children's services a standing ovation. So not yet. Anyway, is there was there ever a good way to handle the autism file and Ontario has any government gotten this issue? Right. And has Ford's government, which is held tough too many reforms in the face of anger from across the province finally met, the people that it should not under any circumstances. Have messed with. What happens next? I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, Cynthia mulligan is the city news reporter at Queens Park. She's been covering this file for years since since it's been a file. How chaotic has the past week being at Queen's Park. Has been incredibly chaotic and you have to remember the session only just resumed on Tuesday. And by Wednesday all the media here in the gallery felt like we had already been at it for three months, right? It's very intense lots of emotions I mean, lots of parents, come in just absolutely desperate begging for help for their for their child. And they're they're desperate because they think that they're going to lose all hope for their child with with autism. So take me back to the beginning of the changes to the autism funding that that started this outcry well early February, I think it would February six minutes. Lisa MacLeod made an announcement. They they were talking about changing the rules around autism therapy and keeping buying and I've stressed this. My stories no government has ever gotten this. Right. It had it is a difficult. File it is challenging and parents have had to fight. Over and over and over again for years for their child to get them the funding that they need because autism therapy can cost up with eighty thousand dollars every year for the intense therapy. So we knew that the liberals back in two thousand sixteen tried to change the wait list and they backed down after about three months because the parents were so upset and then and so they eliminated the cop on age. That's a big distinction. Parents don't want their child to age out of therapy at the age of six they wanted to continue on. But we do know research suggests that the more intense therapy, the earlier the better, but it doesn't mean that you have to cut it off. And that it has no impact whatsoever. After the age of six which is what parents are arguing for. So I'm sort of going around in circles here, but minister McLeod inherited a massive, wait list. She says it's twenty three thousand and I've been doing this story for oh my God decades and. You have kids who are on the wait list therapy for years before they get off the wait list and get their Affi that they need, and it's a massive problem. And it grew that weightless grew under the liberals' Doug Ford promised to make it better. What they decided to do is eliminate the weightless within eighteen months and give more children less therapy. And they're capping the therapy. And it's also capped based on age. So a child under the age of six will get twenty thousand dollars worth of therapy a year, and then once they turn fix they'll get five thousand dollars worth of therapy a year. And remember it's it can be up to eighty thousand a year. So parents are absolutely devastated and desperate, and they say that their child will not get enough therapy. We've been showing up Queens Park. Yes. And they are promising many rallies. I have heard that there's one on Wednesday. And there's also another one being planned for early March. Next week, and but they have been coming. They've been packing the gallery they've been in the hallways. Just absolutely devastated. And you know, they they are very impactful because they are coming and there's just up salute fear in their eyes there crying, and they're desperate. They have nowhere to turn. They've run out of money. You know, one woman was telling me I've used up all my IRA Ps. I've I've remortgaged my house, I begged my family and friends for years. And now, I've got nothing left. Can you give me a sense of the scope of this problem? How much money is at stake, and how many kids are we talking about an Ontario? There are roughly forty thousand children with autism and on -tario right now the budget for the autism file is three hundred twenty one million dollars. Do we have any sense of how long these plans have been in preparation for have have we done any has the government done any research gone back to two experts where did this come from and win. Well. It's interesting because ministers taking a lot of backlash over the experts that have endorsed this file, and I've been trying to ask her tell me, the experts that said this was a good idea, and she points to Holland, bluer view, and Chico which is a hospital in Ottawa, but their diagnostic centers, and what she did was she doubled the money for diagnostics. So it would make sense that they would think that that's a good plan. But I said to her okay? But what expert authorities said it's a good idea for you to give more children far less funding. She pointed to the two diagnostic centers as well as Aaron oaks who did write an Email in support of her and this plan, but I have contacted them repeatedly. And they won't answer my questions about it. Now about what they thought was a good idea.
"queen park" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Insight, it offers it to you and that if you are struggling with this topic that you know that you are not the only person I am as well. And so as Anne. I had moved into a new apartment. I'd left our house. I wasn't able to stay there. Because it was too painful and it was scary for me to stay there. And I was getting ready to sell. And it needed to be cleaned. So I stopped by the house. There were. People who came over and took everything away while I was not there, they donated what they could. They threw everything else out and they just left little bits and pieces of trash behind and. I gathered all that up. I put it in my trunk, and I remember it was cold and they drove away. And passed by the Dairy Queen on my way to my new apartment and. I didn't want to take those things to my new apartment to throw them away. Because everything from the house scared me in some way. And I just didn't want to bring any bad energy into my new place. So I threw everything away on the way home standing in the Dairy Queen parking lot at the dumpster in the cold weather, just feeling cold and empty inside. That was all I had left. I felt like a my previous life. Chiusano. She was not looking for love and she especially wasn't looking for love with a co-worker son. We rarely are, but in he just moved to Tucson, and she didn't have anyone to spend thanksgiving with. And her coworker found out and was like, look, Anne, why don't you come to my house and celebrate with me and my family and her son. Jim came and we met there and. My first thought when I saw him was, oh, he's really cute and he's a slob he, he was dressed. I dressed up. I put on makeup and he was just kind of wearing old shorts in an old shirt. You know, just going to his mom's for the holiday, nothing fancy when he didn't know like a acute was going to be there. So he probably got there was like us yet. But we, we talked there. We had dinner together and I brought a fruit salad. I made this salad myself and he initially turned it down. He didn't want any fruit, but then his mom said, but an made it. So he ate some. And as he was eating it, there were stickers still a met, cut up apples. Had forgotten to take. Like I cooked. That's about how much I cook..
"queen park" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Found teacher at Malvern collegiate institute and a family friend reached him in Toronto. She was asking terriers, new energy minister about hydro one, but I- politics, Queens, Park reporter, Maria Walsh got an answer. She really wasn't expecting today. Here's that exchange between MS Walsh and minister, Greg, Rick furred. The question is about a merger between Ontario's hydro one and American energy company vista, but listen closely. The minister was more concerned about the reporters facial expression, but the visit heal lowers your ability to. Mile. Okay. And the deal lowers Antero ownership of hydra one, sir. Tireless right now on -tario had forty percent of hydra one forty, two percent one. Jill, those. I'm wondering that in any way, hampered the we're not gonna come. We're not going to comment on the substance of vista deal is stands right now. That's a decision that was made by the previous government. And what we're focused on right now is putting renewed leadership in place so that we can ensure that they'll make responsible business choices on behalf of Ontario repairs. Mile vacuum. Probably Tommy to smile. That was Maria walls, Queens, Park reporter for politics. With the question, frontiers, new energy minister, Greg, Rick. I about hydra one about why he asked her to smile since that exchange minister Rickford called miss Walsh to apologize for his comment. She says, she accepted his apology..
"queen park" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Three on one hundred twenty thirty payloads has been around forever the plush horse i love that i love that name the milk pail in lincoln would gone but non fail yup maloney's you remember maloney's cream they like a player piano inside there was one in niles at the oak mill mall that was there forever i grandfather took me there every time i slept could not every time we stayed overnight at grandma's ran over there all man that was the big that was the big walk over did you have one curtis what out i live in crystal lake so there's not a much there's one called the freeze which is what we've been about that we've gone to actually i went to high school with the kids family who owns a out he who is my age is actually taking over the family house now yeah but there's another one in huntley that's called the dairy mark dad the you know what i was looking up i thought it was woodstock it's the dairy eight enrique living yeah right along the side there usually in the summertime you see a lot of kids who were playing baseball or softball just finished their game there's some ice cream after their games and stuff like that so those are the two that i grew up without in the summer every it's like a hotdog stand and it's like a pizza parlor everybody's got their local and i'm going to michigan this week wait did you have a favorite says two of them okay and do buffalo wings and nancy's okay yes can't wait well here's here's the big one the dairy queen park ridge is the local one and i remember my friend jennifer pick me up in her dad's convertible and we went green you i love that place as i said this is my son work jeff millar skis the owner that place and i just saw him today actually but that's been around forever and it's it's so classic inside and and even the field sign outside it just it's been there forever just such a great neighborhood stateful wait is that that real small they expanded maybe about five six years ago they've got the storefront next to him it's exactly and it's you can't there's no parking around there and there's some seating outside a couple of benches yeah in the middle of the summer that place is packed you gotta be careful when you drive around there it is but i will tell you is it is it's part of it's part of our navia nobody another seven seven three used to be prince castles square scoops in elgin and farrell's in woodfield twelve to thirteen scoops in the in the trump that's awesome let's yeah we love adrian's in burlington wisconsin jollies great lake local places i love that and then lasso great that there's still some out there licketysplit frozen custard dance on broadway actually we've got one within two blocks of us yes they're second location it's on western and a lunch great lok second location their hours are a little wonky in the neighborhood but anytime after twelve and they've got seats outside the place is packed in the summer bright little place all right go get some there's a lot of places baskin robbins have got ice cream specials today celebrate national ice cream day all right it is for ten oh god we gotta get we gotta get to kevin bacon for god's sakes make this quick roger badesch has got the top stories the steve cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet weekday mornings at seven twenty seven twenty wgn chicago smart speaker users just say play wgn radio on tunein it's four ten how embarrassing here's the.
"queen park" Discussed on WLOB
"Uhhuh about me what happened catch basins with a pellet i lost in the ground down into the big lou cuban boarded a train but queens park i was right on his heels at baker street he got out rather suddenly and by sprinting managed to catch the metro i wasn't born to yards behind him with the door slammed in my face you never even tried to recapture his grandmother's paddock certainly not the parrot was merely the means by which the crowd's attention was diverted so freddie could next the allegation bag containing lady margaret rather famous eminence yes but now the fifty nor his grandmother carrying an alligator bag as they came off the platform she had an empty padded cage and he had his own lanston bag exactly lady grades alligator bag was inside the gladstone which is an ingenious affair with a disappearing bottom and two clamps which catch and hold any object over which the president banks pleased oh you mean he just put the gadsdenn down over the alligator bag and walked off with it if you would only to observe what some would have noticed how much heavier gadston was when pretty left the railway platform and it was when he arrived homes exams might toco pretty may have you but his grandmother than a tortoise gladstone bag haven't managed to give me by the way watson that is not his grandmother but his lady friend florida the flim the what is known as freddie the up to a smooth is confidence operators and all europe you are quite sure florida and the bag are still in the waiting room or positive deal lady when i interviewed the matrix and you'll go it hasn't come out yet what you mean you think she may have passed loot onto someone else oh no no one else has gone wait a movement someone else's come out though.
"queen park" Discussed on The Property Podcast
"Perky first house somewhere twenty three so that was a fail longtime ago and then we moved uk a lift that one there is rental property in that kind of started is often realizing that yet that's quite a good way for us to sort of let the capital gains just for vote up the come to london bought a flattened queens park and got pregnant so we decided to sell that one and go back to new zealand in had kids soberly went back we kicked the one that would previously purchased a new one so we sort of have that rain to win the background yeah that's kind of made us start on the property journey and they we purchase on that needed to be done up so in between kids guy display puppy painting the house or landscaping this is something we hear a lot rope we talk about the importance of planning in having a goals and really being deliberate before you start out in prophecy but it's worth acknowledging that actually of people end up in the position where they've got one property they're renting out maybe even to it's just come about through circumstance and is at that point that they actually this property locks pretty good it started out as a hassle but it's been bringing money might have had some capital growth and is that giving them the inspiration to go on and start taking property more seriously service go plants which is great to see she's trying to be adaptable as possible sometimes things don't expect but that that's okay she is very hands on as well tune painting and landscaping yourself.
"queen park" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA
"I've you a fog you ever denied should bet prank with like ramiz where you at pete into their shampoo bottle or something i don't get atucha crossing the line mick love if you're listening i never did that to any your stuff the glove and if you're listening let us know if you did it the james i miss mclaughlin meld remain dc good dude but eumember seinfeld detractors tractor story when she was trying to explain how she got gonorrhea when a jerry's girlfriends choosing oh i gotta because they sat on a on a tractor if this guy got herpes or crabs or something like that house he can explain that to woman while i i've kannik gut herpes how'd you get them well a fan pete in my bottle and you know vigo nobody believe qpr queens park rangers see now queens park rangers ladies if you're gonna go to england and you meet a guy who says yeah on the goalie for qpr stay away yeah queens park does anyone know or queens park is in england right next to be king's park i dunno where it is due it could be that could it could be like across the street it didn't want it so they're definitely ought to lower a lower level yeah i was wrong us a kind of in the middle somewhere oh yeah by it off my english geographies gone to shit lately i'm sorry step it up they should step it up unfortunately the do twostep ups now.
"queen park" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Of of the conservative caucus not have known about them i think it's um may responsible not altogether fair to imply that the allegations themselves were secret so we're the rumors i'm almost certainly um by there there were no media outlets that came forward with these allegations until last night because i think there was a lot of work that went into proving uh and making a case for their veracity uh it was a really strong report and i believe but they were all quite shocks is that good enough though for a party if there's rumors around about their leader to wait for the media to expose something to party's not be more proactive perhaps in in finding out whether those things are potentially true yeah i think it's incumbent upon political parties look there's no doubt that other circumstances in which politics occur on the hill at queens park i worked at queens park i've been there at the young woman in fact and there's no doubt that the circumstances there lend themselves to inappropriate behaviour would you mind the nature of people coming into at abundant of power very suddenly and those power imbalances being very stark there's a culture um in political social life where there's quite a bit of drinking often on all sorts of circumstances that create a situation where we see and it's coming out um and i think it's a good thing i think sunlight is probably the best disinfectant are we going to see more of this come to daylight from the ontario legislature do you think i do i do i think it took them will feel emboldened us they should uh and it will further um undermined and push out those of users who fit hiding in the system your party uh is five months from an election that they need a leader what kind of conversations do you think are going on right now with and caucus uh the caucasus electing an interim leader tomorrow morning but but it's clear our caucuses do not elect our leaders so there's been some some discussion of having a caucus elect an interim leader who had been us through an election and we wouldn't have a formal leaders a protest until after an election i think that would be a mistake there are all sorts of caucus numbers that i would entrust with that job like who is that was what was going to ask you next time you who do you think.
"queen park" Discussed on WEEI
"I will guarantee eu he will have about two queens park it's the old day i mean zero offensive line is like seattle's right now without staehli particularly so so i michael i don't know why he's not going to play right now my gut feeling is it's a combination of not knowing enough yet and the fact that his offense of wine it always going to get it get the crap beat out of him that's my gut feeling and i do think that they will have plenty of time two uh you know to examine uh what what kind of player he is before they have to make a choice on him in the offseason here's the other thing peter it just thought of this you tell me if this is realistic or not we're we're trying to figure out what the market is for jimmy garoppolo and if they got enough forum i wonder how many phone calls john lynch has received since he acquired jimmy garoppolo and if he if he's that much of a commodity maybe some other teams are calling the forty nine overs and saying hey uh just so you know uh we're really a let's revisit this in the offseason if you're not going to go with route lahood hit eight could but might i mean look i talked to lynch after his hat and again i know that there is speculation and more than speculation that the forty nine ers are going to see what's out there for him and i would too but i i'll just say this michael i was really shocked when the patriots trade agree rapto last week i i i probably won't be quite a shocked if they if they trade him.
"queen park" Discussed on KOIL
"With the energy secret green energy boy africa dealt with on during that time he was working with the white after that hillary or carry the hatchet according to what are we here immediately akunov the president and ceo of obama ufo crowd went on venture capital firm oversaw the russian government healing oh boy i cannot agree that queens park in the company now about that they were being investigated under the fbi it was very odd way back when i i wept under the rug near real russian koa accu at a board members had it been on death but moscow where rubin vibe kucan appointed to a rock in economic modernisation council and anatoly totally and three air again the fbi back in 2014 especially on ain't gonna go into all that got the fbi fought office an extraordinary warning yet but we loaded funded by the government not classify pub patrons federa believable and them a former 75000 here when kit around worth it it was swept under the rug and then hit broader brother alavi yeah well yeah you bet that's where your desire up and what what what does it tell you that the company went under one hilary lost this is the chris plante show.
"queen park" Discussed on Channel 955
"Family before we ever you looked up we thought loans alerted for the registration for the reverend round racean mike you there i'm sorry i've johnny there i'm here what's going on um adriana final repairing high heat what i ever grow for iran key senior to revoke the laundering part you know i don't really paying market could i'll go to bed dirty every european anybody you're gonna go up film and a half trump are you a queen parked a memo quickly to say yeah we're not gonna pay no how do you not going to let dirty you still swire corporate shower will know what use this way in your skin balanced come on yeah that's rose on your porch our komo and why is it that your girl has to be the one that changed the she's why can't you change the sheets i mean i could but clough i i'm the rpf o'clock i'm a guy i i'm like come on do you but i soured at parkway and i'm not a dirty perth all right you know i mean what i don't change my every day or every week i don't have that how about every month every season every year uh why do i haven't marking the calendar the current okay all right thanks for the call but i'm equating per when you keep having to tell us your clean person i'm wondering if you really are clean version or maybe you're not a coin perched up while you're talking about it no i think you're dirty person let me see your papers detroit was he can wfia the we fulfill this is the home of mojo in the morning five lies tell your mom coming up here next and a daughter maker momma little mad when she says mama i am moving in with my boat way even run around one arrive on man throw in that on nani because he knew that i knew that i do that i call you human goran goran going around never me party in la because he knew that i knew that do not be had oh no on wing the game jon rahm oh man i just yes is kim's in that fine and.
"queen park" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Speaking of which if you have a podcast you wanted on spoke their team will make sure your show is heard by the people most likely to fall in love with it and you can sign up in two seconds here spoke dot com slash r s us that's h e a r s p o k p dot com slash rss so get on and honey spoke in the app store and the google playstore right now just waiting for you to download it and once you have be sure to check out the best of i don't think so honey path for lots what's more of us the next group is called queens park place they have given up i've sean sulphur give it a per douglas wilder and last but not least kristen bar all right halle omega and it's harry haas everybody here we go now here's the question how let me later a bull you've got to give it to me okay well i'm gonna i'm not going into the ball okay i respect the priests led let the topic in you kill it okay i met him this is how he houses i don't think seventy you tell me to go yes they will time starts now okay halle houses i don't think so honey time starts now i don't think so honey pretty boys with beards what is going on your face and i wish i had that john line now i can't even see it okay parrots are for method actors and bartenders with something approved you are not those things you have a pretty face we wanna paul bunyan i'm looking at little jack horner wrote in that quarter with his thumb up in some second does he have a beard death so how was it 15 okay here we got you had to leave the bears people who need parrots mark ruffalo he needs a beard jeff daniels needs appeared to be but he needs some thing by david said those guys save your face i don't think so honey that's one right on time.
"queen park" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Wins news time nine twenty two a van driver is in police custody after a terrible crash in a queens park tonight police say the van plowed into at least two pedestrians before ploughing into a pond sending six people to the hospital that happened around seven thirty p m at brockville park in rosedale at least one person had to be rescued from inside that van after a plunged into the water two of the six victims are reportedly in very critical condition khan added in the fire marshal's still trying to figure out what caused this after nunes manhole explosion in east harlem it sent to connect contractors to the hospital with facial burns jonathan says he didn't think much of the loud sound at first thought it was just on that but we didn't really you be mine the drop w demo and happened at second avenue unease east 100 intense street the two victims were taken to harlem hospital no life threatening injuries for them six people under arrest on long island after a series of bar raids today part of a gang crackdown in suffolk authorities say they targeted four establishments in huntington stage because of illegal activity by the notorious ms thirteen street gang one place the santa rosa restaurant on west hills road was allegedly running a gambling operation in the basement others were cited for building and fire code violations and it's a fear are one new york avenue homeland security agents reported of reporter resting in a legal immigrant who they say they had been deported twice before police have released security camera footage of two muggers who robbed a woman in brooklyn earlier this month the victim was attacked on prospekt avenue in park slope police say grabbed her from behind covered her head with a shirt and took her cell phone in wallet with three hundred dollars inside police hope you'll look at the footage and call them if you recognize the suspects the skies over part of the guard the state filled with giant hot air balloons this weekend the thirty fifth annual new jersey festival of ballooning is underway at the solberg airport in reading chen the show has been going on for thirty five years now so executive producer howard freeman says they have some special plans to bring a good move over be louis enjoy while the perth play abated joey very b we only have all courtesy of exciting.
"queen park" Discussed on The Tip Off
"So she began by searching every why she could online for that name so those worn clue we found which prove quite vital in the investigation and that was an old ask fm transcript of an interview with ringo um and in it he kind of gave a couple of cleese as to his identity worn was that he was a keep y'all fan too was that he was his british as they com qpr queens park rangers a football team based in west london okay he's a football fan but that doesn't get her closer to find his true identity so the next thing we did is i looked up all the different spellings of a name alexander katie jiang spent days running different spellings of the name through every online database you can find out and then she got her match at least it could have been a match but there was something not quite right the name is listed as a woman so it was miss alexander katie a woman that can be right but she was curious and it was the best lead she had so jayme packed up her notebook and headed out to the address listed next to that name so i went down to you of this area of west london with my colleague richard heym's and we waited all day outside the address and then uh i'd initially knocked on the door new within the wall i noticed was on the doorstep with a qpr no.