20 Burst results for "Ricarda"

"ricarda" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"ricarda" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"When they showed interest, we tried to get Daniel Ricardo the first time around a couple of years ago. So he was always kind of highest on our list and When Andreas joined we kept in touch with Daniel and so conversations were starting with Daniel. We got the sense he was unhappy warrior was at so more kind of the stars aligned in that we wanted to explore Daniel Carlos wanted to explore Ferrari. We could have said no, but we had an interest in in Daniel and we kinda. If, we can end up with Daniel in Carlos ends up with Ferrari. That's that's a good ending for. Both of us. Show, we would have never let Carlos go if we didn't feel we could've got. Daniel But when we thought that window was open, we gotta sit yeah. Let's go explore and kind of set a date where we would come back to each other and. Turned out. We could get Daniel and Ferrari did want him. So we said great. Let's let's. Let's do it. What came first collins moved desire to go to Ferrari or your desire to hire Daniel Ricarda well, we always had a desire to hire Daniel What I don't know is when Carla's got I approached by Ferrari. So I wouldn't know timing wise by the time he approached us about Ferrari Which started conversations with Daniel So my guess is they probably happened in parallel paths which worked out great because the way that were partying companies because you never know what's GonNa come back around was was awesome because we've got total harmony in the garage needed this great video and you know he's giving it all these got. We're giving it all we've got, and then when you look at, you know how veteran Ferrari or exiting and. Chaco and racing point and even Daniel and Renault. There's not a lot of harmony there. So I'm very proud because we're. Know relationships are very important to us and Carlos has been an outstanding person to work with. So I'm really happy it's worked out is in a situation where everyone's happy and when he see Carlos go so well, like Monza tiny bit of you wish you were keeping him well, I'd like to run three call. Yeah. So if I. Three. So. Yeah he's he's he's great and you're gonNA. Wish him the best and hopefully Daniel and Landau Siham in their review Mir's well. mentioned. Ricardo Bait what impresses you the most about Daniel his aggressiveness. He's aggressive.

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Business Is Booming At National Parks

Environment: NPR

04:11 min | 3 months ago

Business Is Booming At National Parks

"Standing outside the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Gardner Montana you could tick through about two dozen state license plates in the time that it takes you to drink a coffee. That is normal in the summer. What's not normal is the people driving those cars doing stuff like this we rented a van and it has a Florida license sag but I put a sign in the back window that said we are not from Florida. Lynn Hunter and her family are from Kansas, your that Kansas, even grandson, Noah will tell you. Don't want anybody think we are same goes for just about any place that's been in the news recently for having spikes in Cova Cases Families like the hunters are driving national parks like yellowstone in droves right now, king to escape from wherever are trying to salvage a summer of stress and they know that it comes with risks we were scared to come really we've been planning it for a long time. So here they are at one of the country's first national parks and they're happy they did thing is the same is true for about one point five, million other people since mid-may Ricarda, raise, and his family are from North Carolina. Made. It will be a kind of a little bit but a lot of people out there over the last couple of weeks the number of cars entering the Gardner entrance at Yellowstone National Park are higher than they were at the same time. Last year restaurants have long waits rafting companies are struggling to find workers and fly fishing guides. Richard Parkes owner of parks fly shop says too bad anglers. There's just as many people casting for Yellowstone Brown or cutthroat trout as there's ever been before I. Think we're getting some people that are just refugee ing Outta those places that's great for his bottom line park says he makes between eighty and ninety percent of his annual earnings between June and September. But at seventy seven years old, it's also a bit worrisome. I'm official old. Flood. Is. One of the people inherently more vulnerable than others and I get a little nervous when? Some mob of people running in. No Mash, no apparent care of how many people showed in the place but that's the dance he's having to do yellowstone brings in more than six hundred, million dollars to its surrounding communities every year most of that in the summer nationally visitor ship to national parks generates more than forty billion dollars annually, and so even while there are concerns particularly around rural parks like yellowstone that outsiders may be bringing in more than just. Their pocket books during the pandemic it's a risk that many are willing to take and so foreign yellowstone it seems to be paying off definitely get for the business community I think that you know in May they may have thought that they might not make it through the end of the year, and now they're seeing record breaking numbers juries. PETKOFF is the executive director of Garner's Chamber of Commerce so far she says only. Two Park employees and three visitors have tested positive for COVID. She sure some have gone undetected, but the numbers thus far are encouraging. Typically visitation goes way slower October. So we only have more months to make it through. So I think everyone has kind of holding their breath and just hoping the community spread doesn't happen I. Don't think I've ever been in a summer that I wanted to end as quickly as this one. Camp Shali Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. There's not a day that I come to work where fearful of multiple employees testing positive for having symptoms yellowstone like many national parks around the country is limiting its services this summer to try and protect employees and visitors closing campgrounds in some cases or visitor centers. Social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged outside of the post office yellowstone's headquarters to mask bear statues serve as a reminder. But the National Park. Service overall has not mandated face coverings. Charlie says most visitors are doing a good job of protecting themselves and others, but not always. So He's urging people if you're sick. Are you have symptoms or you're not sure do us all a favor and don't come to the park or anywhere else for that matter Nathan Rot NPR News Gardner Montana.

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Los angeles - Sexual Assault Charges Against Newport Beach Surgeon, Girlfriend To Be Dropped Due To Lack Of Evidence

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Los angeles - Sexual Assault Charges Against Newport Beach Surgeon, Girlfriend To Be Dropped Due To Lack Of Evidence

"Case in Orange County of a doctor from Newport beach in his girlfriend who'd been charged with raping or accused of raping a lot of women well they're supposed to get their charges dismissed today this is grant road show and his girlfriend they were charged in twenty eighteen with drugging and sexually assaulting two women but the van Orange County district attorney Tony Rackauckas said that there were videos showing the couple raping a thousand women so there a lot of videos it turned out there weren't videos and Ricardas later admitted to using the case to get election year publicity

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"ricarda" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"So it's the extreme of picky eating. For Aiko middle. And high school is where she really started to separate from her friends and peers in some ways being a teenager was easier. I would just friends and it was normal, and they usually got cheese pizza, because a couple of my friends were vegetarians, a UC like chicken nuggets sometimes and then hotdogs, and I stopped eating both of those things. So I just said it was a vegetarian like a lot of teenagers her friends loved crappy food, but they weren't exactly like I go, it's not like those foods were all they would eat the worst day in high school in terms of, like food was prom. I got like some sort of pasta Cephas Ricarda and I- Ricarda for whatever reason is just not the texture and the taste of it is not good for me. So I was at the as at the table with all of my friends, but also with our dates. So that was when it was most awkward and embarrassing because there are people I didn't know watching me, not eat my salad and not eat my pasta and just not eat anything at the entire problem dinner, which my prom date paid for we will find his square cash maim. We'll be reimbursing him. We will be getting. Him for for my prom ticket because I. You got. I will hundred percent Ben Mohammed. Like I felt so horrible. And then we had like a lock in after party and they had pizza. And when none of my friends were around and my date wasn't around there, like when knowing that was like in my group was around who would have known that I didn't eat my dinner. I got a slice of pizza from the moms at the lake after party thing and ADA slice of pizza. And that was dinner. She didn't outgrow it in college. But she did try to get help you know, I didn't really want a nutritionist in college about half delake find in my area or things like that. And I went to therapy, but she wanted to focus on other stuff, like she wanted to talk about. Like I was homesick and she wanted to talk about that, but I was like, part of the reason is because I'm not eating normally here, and she's like a lots of people just eat pizza in the cafeteria. That's true. But this is different and I tried to explain the to her, and I like had about time. And so I just stopped going so it kind of is like ice sort of tentatively tried to help. But I wasn't super honest about it. And you might be wondering this isn't eating disorder with limited foods, don't we need variety of foods to be healthy. That's what Michelle Obama told me. That's how we get all of our nutrition. So isn't eating like this dangerous. It can be I actually relatively healthy lick. My cholesterol is decent my body weight. Like things like that were all fine. I get tired a lot quicker..

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"ricarda" Discussed on The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week

The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"ricarda" Discussed on The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week

"Tell us your fact? Okay. So my fact is, as I said before that the same guy who invented barbecue chicken pizza, also invented a salad that was supposed to induce labor and pregnant women who said that was was that the point of the salad, you know, so, so it's actually kind of a long story, and the reason why I discovered this was because I went to a pizza place. And I got a slice of barbecue chicken pizza, and I had read before that the story of the way that Hammond pineapple or Hawaiian pizza was invented, which is like a nice story about, like a guy who came to the United States and like found some stuff and made the pizza. But I was wondering if there was a similar story for perfect you check in. And so I looked it up. And it turns out that it's actually really interesting story about gourmet food versus like cheap food, and I associate barbecue chicken pizza, and buffalo chicken pizza with kind of like sort of places that you would just, you know, star. Front pizza restaurants. They're just kind of like folder variations on, you know, historically, legitimate pizza, and it's actually not actually not the case. It's actually not the case at all right? And California pizza kitchen is involved in this story. So basically, there was a guy has born in Washington state. His name is Ed led do he dropped out of high school to become a pizza, chef in California. I was born in Washington state and moved to LA and he was cooking pizzas at a restaurant called Prego and a couple came in. And he had done a sort of inventive Ricarda pizza that was considered a little bit out of the ordinary and a couple of came in and they loved the pizza. And the guy in the couple was Wolfgang puck and Wolfgang puck coached. He poached edlund due to his restaurant that he was opening called Spago in LA. So this was like, in the nineteen eighties. This is like the peak of the L, LA restaurant scene. And so just to give you an idea when they opened this restaurant Spago, it was like a huge thing hundreds of celebrities came to the. Opening night. And they had done the bathrooms in this really fancy European tile and within a week. So many people had used the tile to cut cocaine that the tiles were completely shattered. This is the only this is only expense that they had really gone full in on for the decoration. It was completed on. This is like the most LA fresh aren't message stream. And he was there and Wolfgang puck just basically gave him free rein to create whatever kind of pizzas, he wanted. So he created a bunch of different ricotta pizzas. There was like a smoked salmon pizza. There was like linguini and clan pizza. He had a Peking duck pizza. There was tons. I mean he was just going all in, and this was a sensation in LA the waiting list to get into the restaurant was, you know, months-long, and that is where he sort of cut his teeth on inventive pizza. And so we'll gang puck leader got a lot of credit for this, you know, he was basically, you know, in all the reviews, it was, you know, Wolfgang as revolutionized pizza and had la- do was a little bit pissed about this because we'll gang puck the recent he hired at the do because he didn't really know how to make pizza. The actually had no idea like what good pizza was, according to Ed. So Ed little bit. Disgruntled goes on to found a restaurant, which is actually coincidentally called Coyote, but see. A I owed TI. It's an Italian last name. That's spelled Coyote synergy here is overwhelming crazy. So he then founds his own pizza restaurant. And he would later go onto just to sort of finish the pizza thread after Coyote, he founded California pizza kitchen and California pizza kitchen, then became sort of staple of mall, food, and through, you know, entering just about every mall in America spread, some of the pizzas that he created, including barbecue chicken, which was one of his most notable creations. And so that is how barbecue chicken pizza. It's kind of a, a class story weirdly, because it's about how gourmet food entered this sort of, like really diffuse American mainstream food, and is now considered by a lot of people to be ridiculous. I think if you asked most New Yorkers, they would say barbecue chicken pizza is, you know, it's disgusting. We don't eat that. It's not real actually created by the guy who arguably invented modern pizza pizza's not. That old. Right. It's only about one hundred twenty five hundred thirty years old, and it's been in America for less than seventy five years. And so we really do know who invented barbecued chicken pizzas, this guy, and now but now it's everywhere. And so, so I think the one point you should take from this is that you shouldn't feel ashamed. Fight that stuff. Like I haven't pineapple buffalo chicken, you should, you know, you're eating perhaps fine cuisine argued when you're eating that kind of pizza. But when he started Coyote, he also created a salad, just kind of like a salad that you would have with a pizza and ahead. I think watercress gorgonzola and balsamic, vinaigrette dressing and this salad, apparently would cause overdue pregnant women to go into labor with, you know, around twenty four hours after eating this. So I'm not sure how this I like who the first patient zero of this sort of phenomenon was, but within a few months of the salad being introduced women were coming by the hundreds every day to this before the dinner hour to this restaurant and just eating the salad two or three salads at a time to induce labor and later Atla do claimed that. He had never said that induce labor just that it might help. But in fact, he did claim that it induce labor what he did was he actually bottled the dressing and sold it to thousands of people across the country as the dressing that pregnant women prefer. So he I mean, you know, legally speaking, it's actually not a Clinton, it induces liver, but he certainly like any good entrepreneur leaned into the reason that people were coming to distressing. And so this restaurant is actually still open, and they still sell this dressing pretty frequently. And it's legend has continued, and most recently, I think her most notably Hilary Duff ate at this restaurant in two thousand eighteen of coins, put it on her Instagram story and said distressing is supposed to induce labor hope it works or something like that. The science behind this is. Well, I think she's had the child's that's the thing. I mean that's the thing elephants. So that's the thing is, this is from a fact checking perspective or from the perspective of any kind of scientific rigor. It's it's impossible to prove I mean there's a control group, but it's not it's incredibly large and not subject to being observed and typically speaking, all women who are pregnant when the salad do have their children after they eat the salad, and if they're already overdue, then it could be a matter of days or weeks. So I so there's no way to really know. But I mean it seems like most people who eat who do, this aren't actually. They don't feel like it has to work. They just are trying something because they want to have their children. So there are a whole bunch of foods that are rumored to induce labor. There are some fruits, papaya pineapples dates are supposed to induce labor spicy food in general, is probably the most common recommendation, because supposed to act as an irritant to the stomach, and there's a restaurant in Georgia, the claims that it's eggplant parmesan. On induces labor reliably and then also in two thousand seventeen there was a phenomenon of women going to Taco Bell and claiming that it induced labor Taco Bell. And this is a lot of things. Certainly so the science behind the salad at Coyote was that it, it has a lot of alkaloids like sonic vinegar at has a lot of alkaloids and sodas, watercress, I think, and so that causes uterine contractions supposedly, but there's legitimately no scientific evidence that this is ever happened like is impossible to establish a, a real causative relationship, but, you know, they did a survey at a hospital in twenty eleven and about half of all women had done some kind of non-proscribed method of inducing, labour ten percent had injustice by food, probably the next most common method after walking is sexual intercourse, and ima systematic review of, methods of induction of labor conducted, also in two thousand eleven eating any kind of food was ranked as very low reliability somewhere around the same amount of reliability as castor oil and hypnosis. So there's really. No packing for this. But I think it's interesting that the rumor has persisted so much it's probably just because I mean, there's really very little knowledge about what causes labor to begin when it does in general, especially ways to induce it are, are really hard to track. But the salad does sound really good. And you can sort of I think it's interesting to right. And, and that they the salad and this sort of other really entrenched. American mention barbecue chicken pizza. Both commanded the, the mind of the same guy definitely do you have to name your child Wolfgang, if you're if you induce labor with the watercress alad. No, I think there was some bad blood between Eddin and Wolfgang but Wolfgang is potentially the reason why we have barbecue pizza. And the reason why who knows how many women, you know successfully. Their children. Wow. Well, what was the weirdest thing we learned this week? I'm gonna go with solid. Yeah. Then the origin of honestly, one of my favorite pizzas, chicken is one of your favorite pieces. We'll specifically the barbecue chicken pizza at Bob. Louise in great Barrington. Massachusetts. Chat out. Bob Louise, please me free pizza. Did you guys California pizza kitchen? I loved that place. I never heard of it until I moved to New York. We really. Yeah. Oh, but you're from. And you're from Washington, the same place that well, I'm sure he'd be turning. Never made it into the Washington market. The places amazing, and the novelty pizzas are so they were so entertaining to me like growing up. I think the white hair is the most interesting to me, but I also feel like I'm not allowed to vote for my own, but I don't even want. And smile. And we'll, we'll just give the. The weirdest thing I learned this week is a popular science podcast, where available on all major podcast platforms. So subscribe, wherever you're listening now. 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"ricarda" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"But then, again, it wasn't last year was Z before we're Hamilton, was kind of out of sorts. Here's. When we had no, you didn't crash. He suffered from vandal crashing was, there was a crash, a yellow flag in Q, two Q forgot to. Yeah. Vendome right. Longtime ago feels like a long time ago but he doesn't always like, if he doesn't properly feel comfortable in the car Hamilton, suddenly, the performance dips into his team gets much bigger than it should be. And you can have these really Ray off weekends doesn't click. And he's just no way. But I don't think it's gonna happen, Monica, and as you say, like there's only a couple of corners to go off in Boston. But yeah, pretty dominant there that could be this could be real in some respects. This is much as Spain was the if you wanna call it a decisive weekend in terms of, it's a pretty good rate of the car. This is sort of the last hope Monaco, because it's an unusual track. And if they're also very quick, here, there are no other tracks other than Munzer. I guess the, you would put an ad lion at which Mercedes is not wanna raise. Well, this is the thing. And it's like at the start of the year you would have been laughed at if you even thought anytime let alone Mercedes would we re rice, g actually think it's a possibility now supposedly. But you think it's really stick. It's never happened before. Could it mean if any was gonna do it would be dismiss eighty same? I've I inclined to agree like Shirley show. Show any rices this has, but also it's an era now where on getting struck with reliability issues every second weekend like Windsor on hem Lewis Hamilton had a problem with his car erase. It's like it doesn't happen as it used to even. Well, finishing. Everybody exactly. Yeah. There's always guys what's going on. That's why I think this is kind of a test because then what have we got maybe Austria, and Monza. And in Mexico's we'd because of the altitude. But the only rices that are real at lies off to these and then win here. Maybe they don't win two more ISIS, and that's it. They're going to be huge favorites. Every at every rice. If, if they're still an always on fiber in, Monaco, they to be a huge favorite everywhere. Yeah, that's that's scary really AD because this could be the whole year that we're talking about right now right here. This is all of it. The interesting thing will be, whether or not Ferraris, and this is more of the Costa Mesa season. The closest challenger red bull racing. We've said how red bull racing did very well. He lost you Daniel Ricarda who won pole and victory here without Steph in qualifying. Neom of coastal question in practice three. This will be an ideal opportunity, I guess, to contrast where Ricarda was this year with last year last year. Obviously position to win this day, we say, probably will not be hey. But it seems unlikely. People have been asking. I'm sure you've been getting Jake. I know you and I been getting the question is always has Ricardo screwed this up. This is going to be the weekend, it's going to be asked isn't it red bull could win in any case? He won last year. He will not this year. It's not been going really well for him. All all likelihood red bullet, whether it's this weekend on or down the track some red bull probably gonna win a rice, before Reynaud rice. And when that happens everyone's gonna say he made the wrong decision did he. I mean, look at the year that after Hamilton left McLaren Mercedes, you know, they.

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"ricarda" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You know, they'll actually let you know, they'll tell you now, I don't take people's advice right off the top because someone with high anxiety is gonna tell me I can't do group therapy. That's not for me. And what I always say. Let's let's try everything. Trust me, please. And then we can start eliminating things later and people have a sense of what relaxes them what what feels good neuro one of those ones that people just know, the neuro is helpful. They don't always respond necessarily to the aromatherapist or the art therapists and miss, but they know the neuro it's it's interesting. It's user predominant, the pathologising. These days. We'll see I'm an anxiety and depression clinic or center, so I that's really all that I deal with. But I'm imagining that you know with the the the primary symptom being exerted depression. You're still seeing plenty of character pathology and addiction and trauma and everything else. Imagined as trends of one thing or another. That's predominates. Yeah. They're abuse either emotional or physical at some point along the line. I don't even though I worked in addiction centers, and I've been sober for thirteen years myself. And I I love it. I like people to have that part under under control. Yeah. Yeah. Because a lot of the time when you're on benzoate, your brain can even recognize it self if it does it's not going to do any long-term repair. And I want to work with people who are place. Where they wanna get better this. I I want help. I don't wanna drag someone throughout Ricarda. They do. Yeah. Yeah. For DBT. These days is stylish behavioral therapy, which is kind of a new therapy in the sense of it's commonplace application it's been around for a while. But it's always used now, it seems like it's used in lots of different settings Ridgely designed for borderline process, right Borland disorder. Why do you think it's having utility in many many other areas now? Well, you know, I was just at the exile. What it is almost? Sure. Absolutely. So to answer the second question, I dialects behavioral behavioral therapy and CB which is cognitive behavioral therapy. Has to do dialectical is how we talk to ourselves. That's the dialect. How are you talking to yourself? Are you catastrophes ING are using black and white thinking like things never work out for me? People. Always hate me. I've I'm terrified of such and such those are very limiting ways of thinking about the world. And you can usually find your way into that back has the Socratic questions which say is what you're telling yourself completely true. Is it ever not true? And so with borderline in particular, more CBT though, right? No, that's DT DT is over generalization catastrophes. Ing gosh to black and white thinking and one more which I won't take up air does dead air time trying to remember. But I was at the exile and depression conference in Chicago last weekend. And they said the number one call they get now is tell me about integrative medicine. I'm tired of taking the pills, and I actually am getting to head up the special interest group co-chairing the special interest group because it's all this stuff has been marginalized for so long. It's always sounded so Wu will the integrative stuff. I've had people look at neuro feedback and say, well, this, you know, I never believed in the hocus pocus stuff. But this really works. Like, this is stuff of neuroscientist doesn't get any less hocus pocus than this. But I'm really trying to reintroduce the phrase come to your senses. I always thought of that as a black, you know, someone in a black and white movie slap in somewhat around. But we're animals, and our frontal cortex is an ego maniac. It wants to fix everything by thinking our way out of it. But if your dog was stressed out, you wouldn't say well, tell me fluffy. What do you think excited you in this way, you would soon it? So essential oils. I think they are so essential. There are different smells, our oldest sense. Smell. When you what's your favorite place to go on a vacation? Each beach. Okay. When you're in Hawaii, you don't care about your taxes. And the reason why is all your senses have become engaged looks beautiful it, smells, good..

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"ricarda" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"ricarda" Discussed on The Starters

"These giant, man. Obviously just got a tap that thing home and it's a game one win. And that rims out that MRs. Sorry, go onto lose in overtime. Cavs at a bunch of threes. You know that was that was heartbreaking. I mean, I thought the cows just come series with the Pacers. You know, they didn't look like the world beaters by any means wraps home. This is going to be there. And then, you know, honestly, I knew it was over the one guy. He's gonna be swept. But I knew it was done the moment that happened. Now. It's done. They're not winning. They could've called the series off. Can like because remembering game too when LeBron was just eating all those ridiculous shots toning. The wrapped. So that's still hurts. It's a sad song. Well, thanks for the questions guys. Let's get a quick complaint. Can't we resolve this conflict without anger? Quick caveat before start. I just want to say that in the not war. But I guess in when you're talking about at a restaurant, the people that are more like, hey, no substitution 's this what the chef wants his creation versus people like, well, it's my money paid. I you shouldn't game with a wind wanted this into way. I wanna do it. I fall much more on the chefs side as you can tell by the hilarious voice. But this weekend. Some of us were out. We were doing a bar hopping on Saturday late afternoon, and we were on different schedules. In terms of when we had eaten and we went to this bar. There is a restaurant, but we were in the bar portion of it and kind of thinking to myself like, you know, putting putting back if you should probably eat something. So I take a look at the menu the waiter comes by. And there's there's no snacks on this menu. It's a little bit of an upscale restaurant. There's a pasta on the menu. It has it's sort of a mushroom pasta and has kata in it. Now, I am quite lactose intolerant. And. I knowing that we were that I was not going home that and we had been drinking, and we were going to continue drinking. I thought to myself quite reasonably not a great time to have diarrhea. So I like the other good time. I when she came. I said, hey is anyone wanting thing? It was like no actually is it would it be possible to have this pasta without the Ricarda? And in this situation. I think the. She said. Sure more. She could have said, no, I'm sorry. We don't do substitutes here. And I would have said, okay. That's fine. I would have understood. But instead, I said could you make without the recon? She's like the the the pasta. Without the kata. I mean, it's pasta. I mean like you. You want to make it without like Ricarda? It's so I mean, it's part of the dish. Like, yes, I understand that it would be better with Ricarda. But this isn't the time or the place for me. Sometimes sometimes it is sometimes I'm like what I'm going home soon. Let's go for full flavor. But I guess my complaint is just just say no substitution than I would have been fine with it. But in the end, what happened was she basically ridiculed me for thinking that I was I was basically trying to edit the dish in my own head. I looked at the ingredients this'll be better without Ricarda. And then she so she sort of left and then five minutes later came back and said, I talked to the chef he can make cod. It's like, I'm glad I'm glad we did all those gymnastics free to basically make me feel like an idiot. When I don't know that Ricardo's good. I know, you know, I love it. You know, more than anyone God, I know. So sad. All right. Just just be nice. If you don't wanna do substance. You don't have to. That's not the complaint. I got you just say no substitution. And you say, okay, don't make me feel worse. For not being able to eat cheese, right across your mind to one up and say, now's not a good time for me to have diarrhea..

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"ricarda" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Sure. All right. What's going on Ricarda? How're you doing? Burger much man up by you. I'm good. All right, man. So you know, you can talk about whatever food you want. But what we're focusing on today is hamburgers cheeseburgers? And we're kind of talking about more than Ashwell chains. You know that everyone can relate to 'cause it's a national radio. Now, look if you got something like in the depths of Chicago. I know you're from the mean streets of the town, but go ahead and share that problem. I mean, that's that's a big city but share a couple with us that we can all relate to what are some of your favorite burgers. All right. So we're talking there is a chain that localize in Chicago. But it is branching out to to other states now called Portillo's. They're known for their dallying beat if you don't wanna talion beef is. But I ask somebody and they're. Get your on Google, Google talion beef there delicious. But if we're going to have one by our parents house Portillo's in Moreno valley. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome burgers. And then if we're going like chain that everybody knows might time kinda gross. But I like I like culverts voters. Crickets over here. You guys never heard of covers. No, I think you tried to put it on the mat at there. I don't know that it's an actual change their everywhere. Bill that Colonel of you ever heard co covert burger thought that was a custard place. Yeah. They have they have they do have frozen custard. I've seen it in the mid west of believe. Okay. I've had like the water, burgers and all that. But I was kind of intoxicated run ahead them. I think a couple of times after so. Remember what it takes? Okay. All right. How about a real national team burger? A real national chamber. Gimme some white capitals. I'm good. How many how many do put away your credits gonna go down had that? That's not. That's not a good burger. I respect your food game. But but white castle. White Catholic three AM. It's like the best idea until six AM when you wake up and have to run to the bathroom, but three. That's funny. All right. All right. So repeat the ones that you didn't you said Culver is right colors. I spent. He he you L V E R F. All right. All right. I'll keep an eye out on that one. That one's pretty good cool everything. Good with you. Everything's good, man. Just Sam busy guys. We're doing. All right. My man. So we'll we'll we'll book you soon for an extended interview and preview your two thousand nineteen. But in the meantime, thanks for hopping on and having some fun with us here with burger talk. No problem thought. All right. See Ricardo take care goes. Who'd he got next. Josh we got that next guy waiting. He's reading Cody Stephen code is David what's up, man? What are you guys? Good. How about you? Welcome back to him a major want with George goes. And Dan, we're talking burgers over here. Brother. Tell me what what are your some of your favorite spots. Who while I'm a I'm a guy like where I grew up. To fast food places MacDonald Burger, King and. Mike Berger was the barbecue bacon. Walker? I don't know what you're thinking. Yeah. It's kind of new though, right? Throwback. Yeah. No. It's been around two thousand high school so shit game. You're hundred years, Cody is it a barbecue baking Walker or maybe I'm thinking of a different sandwich? Also, one call the rodeo, whereas like barbecue begging through like that was there to the bacon cheeseburger. I think yeah, I haven't I haven't had it when you ever that. Actually, the good too. I've had them both. You're the one yours is better. Cody stick to that. Okay. Gangsters? You guys really go down in the menu. What's a number twenty.

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"ricarda" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Do By Friday

"What else did I have a top? Chef I had some food trends that identified and this season top. Chef did you did you identify any food trends Merlin? No, no. I the ones you're talking. I don't watch the show as closely as I should I'm real curious. Just one side. I'm curious to see how they manage to milk. The Kentucky thing for an entire season. They've already kind of shot there wad on horses and bugles and whiskey. But no, tell me some of the food trends because you have your ear to the ground. You're somebody who's aware they have to move. You can't stay in. You can't can't in Kentucky Kentucky for that that many episodes. Right. She go to Cincinnati. It's got taller buildings in the same amount of races. I I can't believe they've only done one season in Chicago. I watched that one. It was good. I did what is that the one where they have like a block party? I think so. Yeah. And someone someone wants shut looks the camera, and it's like, yeah. People in Chicago don't know how to eat like good food. So we're just going to serve them. Hotdogs, dare you. That's the richer blaze season. That's one of the ball time. Best seasons of top chef feel like there was a tailgating challenge on that. Yes. That's what I was the. Yeah, they go to the bear stadium and makes them slop for the for the. Oaths who go to the football game for the food their ideal temperatures. So let's see the big food trends identified where you'd carrots as a main dish, which is something I see a lot in fancy restaurants. Yeah. See a lot of. Yeah. Like, don't you see like carrot Rieti or braised carrots as like a main save remain dish? Now, I see that a lot of menus. As a heritage carrot like funny purple ones. Well, those those those don't turn on purple when you cook them the devil. You say, yeah, I think they all they all turn orange. Cooking them wrong. Quit microwave my carrots. Let's see you've got what else did I have. I saw a lot of savory Ricarda dishes were to savory recorded issues. I think that's a big trend. I agreed. I saw a lot of savory Ricarda dishes when LAX. Yep. Yeah. Well, Ricardo toast. I think is is a big kind of the cheese recorded the cheese. And Finally, I saw a lot of one one person made a tile fish. And I don't have I talked about my tile fish experience on this podcast before is that when you're in Japan, it is when I was in Japan. I I remember an antidote from the crying up sewed where you had spoilers, but you had a significant emotional response to eating sushi. This is the same Neo. No. That was a good. That was the when I had sea chin. And that was the first time I ever tried sea urchin like got why people like any? I don't like sea urchin. It's the only piece of fish. I don't is that the orange one that looks like a tone. Yes. Yes. So I'll tell you the deal. This was my experience with it. I tried to your all these times. And all these people told me, it was their favorite sushi and one of the best foods, and I didn't really get it. And Sierra chin is just not that good in Chicago. Like if you get to your chin in Chicago sushi, it is just it's not the same. And I had it like like fresh out of its like horrifying mollusc or whatever in Japan, and it was so good at it almost made me cry. It was like one of the best things I've ever had in detail fish, you would. Trust with that. Yes. So when so when we went to Japan when the car, so you know, we we did a whole cards like partners trip to Japan. To just to a few years ago. And it was really just for fun just to hang out with each other. Because mostly when we see each other. Now, it's it's purely for work, and when we travel we usually try to do even we go for work, whatever usually have one meal that we sort of like expense. That's like are like go out to a fancy steak house. Like we pick like a nice restaurant. And we don't think about the price, and we go one one insane meal, and we had heard when you're in Japan. We we spent a couple of days in Kyoto..

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"ricarda" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"We'll let us know. What you think do you believe in any of the conspiracy theories Milot books new they'll come we'll address the Knicks week. But we've had one question in this way kill one weekend bronchoscopy comparable come coming. The other ones would well it was one from drew Halloween. Criticizing the work of another media outlet on. I'm not going to buy into that. Really? But he did make reference to my driver's Lawson's. Oh, really? Yeah. What what's on new drove is lost while on driver's lessons. I don't have everyone. You know, you lost it. No, not just go to the fist Fleiss Thanh just playing post mono, you'd have exactly road. But we did have one question in Trenton. I'll get you to write up because. Okay. I read at my questions, and then on of them, wouldn't you share the question? Okay. All right. Are you d- told me? Okay. So was there a better chance? Well, we'll Daniel Ricarda perform another shui before. Peter McGinley gets Lawson's. And that was from Andrew issues thing question, the Andrew, so you're the only one I can answer that paid at the end of the day. I will be getting my license eventually. But I'm I'm raceway confident that I'm going to be getting more losses competent. Now. That's the driver instructors decision. No chats off you. I'm reasonably confident that Dunya recount, I would not be doing another shoe before I get my driver's lessons. He's coming to got to Renai the not going to be any good next year. Yeah. The year that with the regulation. Okay. He's a test. So some people might not friends of the show. I drive of Renai. If I teach you to drive in Renner, and if you get you a law since Renai before Daniel does a shouli after driving a road of driving to victory or at least or a podium. Yeah. There's your acid taste. How about that? The challenge is on. All right. I'm counting the challenge to you paid him again like now or is it, oh, we'll probably end up filming this gets back from he will he's the wheel. He left the bus type in your your local with all these assault, Minova, rice and gloves. Yes. And maybe the racing suit that doesn't fit me anymore. Yeah. Okay. We can find a good Tyler. Yeah. Exactly. That's why we can find anything. Well, watch this. I think we're going to new project. He Cape Ann on books and neutrals. They'll come the social media channels anything like that. And let us know. Now, the seasons I have a sin through your ass McGinley's through your own Feick losses for paid in cash. He doesn't achieve goal exactly to suck. And pretend the guy it's just so we can get pulled over, and we can have another interesting story Jay's unto Knicks. Wake Michael Manado still. Why rogue James we'll be back? We'll leave you to sin. Those asked me get lazy in any questions at all Milo bucks. Neutrals saw com or paybacks paid McGinley and you'll capital city..

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"ricarda" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Shift+F1

"As like, we need to do we need to throw the long balls and see if someone can catch him. So he rejoins the track eighteenth place. No further action from the stewards on that one. And I think it's worth pointing out here that Lewis Hamilton after the race. I think this is from his Snapchat said feel the media need to show a little more respect for Sebastian. You simply cannot imagine. How hard it is to do what we do at our level for any athlete at the top of their game. That is it is to be expected that being humans. We will make mistakes. But it is how we get through them that counts. So so that's how championship is. Hamilton, showing good sportsmanship? Like, he he's a fine sportsman. Also, remember the glee after boku when when this cut like last year when that'll hit him right under the pace car and Lewis is basically like, you know, I know him under his skin, I know him in his head, yum. He fully has like a long term lease. I think in that'll head at this point. And now he's like everyone, you know subs. Great sleeve Malone. That's hard job, y'all. Yeah. Danny Rick still doing work on lap twelve. He gets past Peres into the chicane for seventh by being characteristically real late on those breaks. Then he doesn't again on Grosjean two laps later in the same spot for fifth-place haven't gotten by gasoline. In the meantime, so now it working on Reichen. And in fact, since Reagan started on the super soft and Ricardo on these soft s- Reichen has to I which allows Ricarda to drive by. And then when Ricardo pits on left twenty four he comes out ahead of Reichen. So absolutely incredible drive. From Danny Rick big ups starting from fifteenth place to to get ahead of Franken. Vessel is also making some headway from the back of the field. But he has a long way to go at this point about halfway through the race. We get some good action from the Clare on Holmberg for tenth manages to get him on the inside of the chicane hawkenberry actually asked to go off the track a bit and allows Peres pass him to later though. Perez gets LeClair on the straight with DRS for eighth. And as he's doing this grown is exiting the pits. And man, it gets close grow. John does keep ahead of Peres. So some good some good wheel action later in the race. By laugh thirty five that'll makes it all the way up to pass grown for six place. Although Reichen at that point is forty seconds away in fifth. And to couple more notes here LeClair lap, thirty eight reports something broke and he bounces off the track. Into the sand. So he's out. Unfortunately, I was also also I was surprised sorry. Like by how quickly Reichen in the back of Ricarda like. Fully it seems like the soft compound tyre and the Ferrari are just like a math match made. Now. Oh, really? Okay. I didn't notice that. Like, I mean, the end up with a pretty massive delta between them. And when you consider how close they were at the pit stops. It just seems like that second stint. Once again was just a disaster for Reichen and for Ari. And easier, right. He finished like thirty seconds behind. Ricardo right. This is what I'm saying is like that when when that when that pit cycle finished. I thought we set up for what should be pretty fun duel between those guys writing was never even in it. He just he just sank like a stone. So that's that's another weird part of Friday's woes the season is it if it fully seems like there is a tire compound. The the Koch seems to be garbage on. Weird. There are some fireworks around lap forty three as BOTAS encounters back marker traffic and Verstappen tries to pounce on him. But gets a little caught up on Alonzo and tusk keeps the place. So yeah..

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"ricarda" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Not having the way. I don't know. I can't tell you, but from a on paper standpoint, plant based protein powder might be a better choice in the morning ways. Definitely something I love post exercise. Okay, great. So I feel like I've got a good starter plan here, at least in terms of structuring my macaroni trian structuring the meal timing structuring my workouts. The one thing I have no problem doing is getting to the gym. Like if I don't go to the gym in a day, it's a weird day. So if I'm not there six days a week, it's it's a weird week. So I have that dial then it's all the other pieces that I need help optimizing. There's one question I wanted to go to next and I felt we were talking about that publicly, but like in terms of things like, well, chemicals and bio hacks, we might call them. There's so much noise about like everything from intermittent fasting to taking his testosterone. Thrown to Sarma something I've experimented with to prescription drugs. I guess what I'm asking is like a are any of them particularly helpful and be are any of them as harmful as some people say and three are they necessary for us to talk about until everything else is dial in and then the media question? It is. So what's dive into those things Ricarda talking about your goals of having a particular body aesthetic. So we'll talk about exhaustion. It's for in storms. I is echo exotic hormones will we're gonna call them what they are like steroids, anabolic steroids, which essentially would be taking testosterone or a derivative type compound liked to stop thrown typically in injection for him, but sometimes in pills and creams. And is it effective for muscle building and fat loss? Absolutely. I mean, you raise your dos ruin levels to super physio logic levels. Your body will start to Bill. Muscle, and that's why steroids are affective. The problem on that a lot of people do know and are aware of there's many. But I think the main one is the fact that series are very effective while you're on steroids. And when you come off them, your body has no little to none internal Strom production. A lot of the muscle that you may have gained when you're on cycle, you will lose after the fact because you have to re kick start your body system, throw levels, and you're right. It doesn't wanna hold onto muscle, passed a certain genetic limit. And so ultimately guys look great when they do take these things. We're now seeing a lot of the golden era bodybuilders now dying in their sixties and seventies from heart attacks. So we know these things are not great for your heart. And we also know that our bodies to live a long time need this balance between Nablus him building up protein synthesis in catabolism breaking down and in the bodybuilding circle people are so afraid of that word cata Bolic it's like the second. You get out of the gym, bro. You're gonna, you're going catapault hit that. Teen shake, right? You know, it's kinda like the thing, but we need catabolism and that's why we have fasting because ultimately a lot of these diseases that kill us or anabolic diseases like cancer responds incredibly well to growth hormones and to, and it has some of the highest rate of protein synthesis around. And so there are a lot of a dangerous to creating a hormonal environment in the body where you basically turned on the anabolic switch. You're keeping it on when your body likes to build a move that lever up and down throughout the day. Now SARS for those who are not familiar are a selective androgen receptor modulators. So these are these are compounds that bind to the same receptors inside the nucleus of the cell that Dawson would bind to accept. They're not hormonal and a lot of these things are so many of them that are being developed in elaborate now. And in theory, they should have a lot of the benefits of testosterone in terms of they bind to those same nuclear receptors caused the downstream muscle building, but they're not. Amonal so they shouldn't cause negative feedback shutdown. And I guess we just don't have enough data about them. There are certain people that see great results with psalms. I've seen some blood work as well. That hormone levels do change negatively after coming off a psalm cycle..

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"ricarda" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"And then I will give a tip of the cap to Michael McDowell Rotella car only because rotel is a very fine motor oil. Cheese? Nope. Nope, no, no. It looks like cheese. Sounds like cheese thinking Ricarda. Yeah, maybe maybe. Okay. Can we get hotted car? That will be awesome. You kidding me? Great. Cotta cheese. I'm also I do like the the liberty national thirty one car of the Ryan Newman car with a great the grain, the pink that terrible. It's okay. I like it. I think it look good in person. We absolutely see it on the track type of thing. But yeah, yeah, no, rotel. You said my motorbikes throw tell motorbikes motorbikes multiples and they'll have Rotella. This is this kind of money. He's making us the motorbikes, these synthetic I believe it's the t six's at what they call it t six and then I don't know this lingo. It's good stuff, good stuff. Man, I have a dodge. I got a dodge journey. Yeah, you do you push tell any retailer that does even have twenty five thousand miles on? Yeah, you could definitely put rotel in that will go longer kata in there. I would not try hat. Eat Ricarda told don't make a mess of interior. All right. Well, obviously, Stanford kill me even though he gave me the car exactly keeping keep a clean man. Keep it clean. Art crap. I guess we're here to pick this dire time. Yeah, yeah. But no. I mean, we've made it to the portion of the show where we pick things. Our noses up sometimes sometimes it all depends on whether it's it's year not exactly. Yes. So we gotta pick the race to the last week last week. You had j. j.. Yeah, that's more cout Johnston. He was thirty six. It's terrible. He I owned the why came into the race, just late enough to not see what happened to him, but he was already like sixteen laps down at that point. Yeah. And then you had who do you have had? I had Mr. Logano. Oh, yeah. Well, he did well, he finished like what? Ford third? Yeah. So you kicked my. Then there was no side that because we're taking our four that got knocked out her for. So now we go to go ahead and see what happens. Now, the Talladega Talladega wide open could be anybody when this race could like literally, we might even see met, defend, dente win, actually decent chance because know actually it's it's wide open to everyone except the bike racing car. David Starr has no chance everybody else's chance. That's I would also put premium motorsport in that. And star, Tom? Yeah, thirty cars have a chance to win. That's still a lot of cars. So crab, how how do you want to do this? Do you want to make? I, I, you go ahead and pick. I. Doodle doodle to pick to pick a playoff driver or do I not pick a playoff driver? That's big question. It is. It does bear noting that Penske racing has dominated here, believe they've won six of the last eight Talladega races. I think that Kazlauskas one three Lugano's one three. And then Ricky Stenhouse one one. And who's the other one in the last six years? Junior Dylan. Her junior back in two thousand fifteen. Might have been his last win. Okay. So who am I gonna pick pick home? I can pick on going to go with. Give me. Blaming. Pick. It's tough, not going with one of the Penske guys. Oh, actually is one of the Penske guys, so Yep. Yep, that's why I'm going with the blaming, but what what it was thinking, what is it is tough, not going with his last year llegado be I'll pick the other Penske harm Blaney. Gotcha. This week. I got you this week to do. Why do I pick a playoff driver? Do I pick a non-playoff driver? That is the question gentleman. Do I pick a playoff driver? Who's in the top two could play off driver who's in the bottom. See, Blake, these lot race for the eighth right now. He's on. He's gotta. Keep keep ahead times what we can you tell you the last guys? We're won the race this. Okay. So in the last six races we had Gano. 'cause Laskey Stenhouse junior Lugano his Laskey llegado Dale Earnhardt Jr. his Laskey in them before that was Hamlin, McMurray..

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"ricarda" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Here & Now

"You make a no, you're probably thinking, yeah, simple for you know, but it's true. I did make the tasty. And the reason I made the pastry is a because it's better, but because I filled it with fresh, thyme and Rosemary from the garden. So then the pastry has this wonderful herb flavor you. I'm just going to tell you because I know you don't believe me, Robin, it's flour and the herbs and some butter. And then I throw ice water into the food processor. I never touch it. I wrap it in the refr-. Gerate or pop it in the freezer till it's Jill roll it out. And then I took fresh Ricarda cheese, and I added basil, fennel, FRANZ Rosemary, and time, and grated lemon zest. You get the lemon there. So the pastries lined with this Riccarton mixture and then all these gorgeous August tomatoes, and you flap the pastry over it and you throw it in the oven and bake it. And that also is a terrific dinner. And as always the recipe in techniques, everything here now dot org, which will crash as we're going to get it. But you, you mentioned the tomatoes and I could also. Oh, it just you don't even you say, didn't touch it. If you work the dough too much the oils from your hands, get on your hot woman, like me, it just I do. I run hot and I tend to melt the fats down. So this way the machine does it for you. But if you don't have a food processor, use chilled butter and work quickly, and tomatoes Doolittle also told me, never put them in the refrigerator because it ruins that esta not agree more. Explain Esther, the smell of the since the what it does is that it just chills all those juices and you are then you're stuck with like a February tomato. Don't do it quickly. I have one other question for you, which is, what are you supposed to do when you have too much? And you know you've got time or you've got oregano or something you're growing and you need to save it. I mean, what do you well, depending on how like right now in my kitchen, I have a beautiful bouquet of just fresh basil in. Vase with water, and it'll keep for a week like that. Otherwise you want to slightly clean it rapid in some paper towel. Keep it in the fridge, keep it separate from the fruits because the fruits haven't broadening agent that causes veggies and herbs to become overripe and die faster, but eat them everyday resume, Jeff, Kathy guns stole it here. Now dot org. I'm Jeremy Hobson..

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Golden State Killer: DNA links ex-officer to California cold cases

24 hour News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Golden State Killer: DNA links ex-officer to California cold cases

"The news thority in philadelphia i'm kim glovas in the news at this hour after ten and a half hours of deliberations the jury and bill cosby sex assault retrial calls it a day on jim melwert septum paco station since voice to the hospital in critical condition a police searching for the person who did it myself this my child got hurt i'm just an philadelphia city officials have lost track of some money thirty three million dollars actually i mean look this is significant i'm pat loeb with how it got lost in what's being done to find it in sports the fills drop arizona five to three in business the dow gained fifty nine points the nasdaq lost about a half a point and the sp added about five studios news update a series of apparently related killings on rates and both northern and southern california went unsolved for about forty years now correspondent steve futterman report california law enforcement officials believe they have their man they have made an arrest he is a former police officer seventy two year old joseph james diangelo his alleged victims ranged in age from thirteen to forty one the arrest was made as a result of dna match liangelo now jailed in sacramento his first court appearance on friday from southern california orange county district attorney tony ricardas he's been called eastside rapists he's been called the by your ransacking the original nights docker and the golden state killer today it's our pleasure to call him defendant renewed interest in the case was triggered by a recent book about the dozens of crimes involved investigators say it lead to useful tips cbs news update i'm tom foty news time one thirty two time for traffic and transit on the twos taking a look at our mealey's furniture jam cams mealey's furniture styles you love four less big story out there tonight vine expressway closed down both directions from.

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"ricarda" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"About the case of that melvin dill teens yards after posing posting a threat to shoot up his school on snapchat this week lieutenant dan jones says while they did not find any weapons in the boy's possession they did deemed a threat credible we spoke with ham his mother and we determined day yes it was a threat that he had made there was evidence from the social media fight he posted on and then s bump on speaking with him in the energy mother we determined dadkhah heated committed so will you placed him under arrest officials found out about the threat from another student who saw the posting online then contacted school authorities the 15yearold being held in a twenty thousand dollar bond charged with making a false report of terrorism this comes days after a south lyon team made a snapchat threat about reenacting the florida shooting at his high school he's jailed under a ten million dollar bond facing adult charges three out of stayed man has been charged with the murder of an accent i fell football player in detroit us attorney matthew schneider announced capital murder charges today in the murder of robert eddin's in december of 2016 the indictment claims michael griffin of alabama clifton eps of mississippi and mariana garcia of texas all travel to detroit with the aim of murdering adance ricarda mcfarland was shot and killed as well and what detroit police call a gruesome crime scene three men are also charged in a widespread heroin and cocaine trafficking game capital murder can result in the death penalty tigers playing florida southern college this afternoon its tuneup for the grapefruit league home opener saturday against the toronto blue jays lake flynn city spokesman kevin cook says the community continues rooting for the tigers once they had north where the regular season if you could see my office right now i've got bat sin batting helmet and hat from various years i've been with the city of lake on for 25 years so they're definitely my team during spring training and then of course when the regular season starts while they're here cook says a visiting tiger fans count for about fifty million dollars in economic activity will say how the tigers did today in their opening exhibition game.

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"ricarda" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on WINS 1010

"10 10 brands accuweather 4day forecast skies clouding up tonight low twenty eight in midtown vote to the north and west suburbs where he closer to twenty then tomorrow rain at times starting in the afternoon it not as called for a sensor bowl sunday with a high of forty five in minneapolis though it looks like it'll be very cold with a air temperature of three above at monday partly to mostly sunny but blustery weather returns with a high of only around thirty six tuesday high thirty nine under a cloudy sky looks like a rainy day wednesday but milder high forty eight good evening i'm donna vaughan wins news time at the tone thirty good evening i'm carol d'auria governor andrew cuomo says puerto ricans need help not paper towels he was among the people who turned down for a pro puerto rico rally they're looking for more money people pack who's bronx gymnasium holding puerto rican flags and signs of support it has been four months after the hurricane devastated the islet but as you are stands behind puerto rico amended septa mobiles feels the federal government his turning its back right and puerto rico's governor ricarda roselle is calling on people in the states to mobilise and put pressure on their elected leaders we we the governor cuomo says they had this state support areas radzi is ten ten wins.

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"ricarda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the criminal deficient just parliament but also as head of the fbi for twelve years so is certainly a level of confidence yeah we in this guy in michael bins you know encyclopedic knowledge of federal criminal law so believe it or not you know it's it's right not everything is cut and dried you have to win the case and for that we into to basically sticky in court threw an appeal by a defendant it's important to pick the right charge how you charge case eight yeah we always see it once the trial starts it's too late and the reader guilty or innocent plush so much of the art of prosecution is into is in the selection of the theory and the presentation of that and what will likely hold up under uh what i expect to be as i say a lot of pushback just a few seconds here so you have a yes or no have you ever seen a legal team assembled on the prosecutors side like this or on the defensive side no but not not many people have this is highly unusual the thing is most reminiscent of is the enron task force from fifteen years ago it's been it's been fascinating hope you'll come back and see us again that's greg farrelly bloomberg news investigative reporter coming up ecwa faxes former ceo testified before a congressional committee about major errors that led to the hack of personal information of more than one hundred and 45 million americans the first let's get the latest world and national news from nathan hager in the bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc nathan june president trump says the federal government has a lot to be proud of in puerto rico he's visiting leaders and residents for the first time since hurricane maria struck nearly two we weeks ago had been to put her in many times is i think most of you have known and i've always loved it and you're weather is second to none but every once in a while you get it you really got it there's no question about it to the president could dig complain at one point about the cost of the recovery saying the islands thrown the budget a little out of wack before president trump arrive puerto rico's governor ricarda reseo warned millions of puerto ricans could leave for the mainland if enough aid doesn't come through.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ricarda" Discussed on WSB-AM

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