20 Burst results for "Ricco"

"ricco" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

Best Comics Ever

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"ricco" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

"But to spend three pages and redo the whole scene with bonus content it will. That was a little much. And you know i got. Ptsd from it. I i was taken back to ten of swords. And i forget the exact issues but i think it was like expert number twelve or thirteen. Were apocalypse was recounting like the the history and then like forget. How many issues in but another like somewhere toward middle attendance awards. They had an issue that was mostly just that issue. It's like three issues row. Yeah ally but it. It was literally just that original issue but just like but with different text because it was from another perspective. Yeah i mean. I kinda like that when i get what you're saying that i like. I like that more than i like this. Not hindsight i do too. I just i don't know i. It bothered me. If there's any one thing you particularly bothered me about this comet was that in and of course as as you point out to just the whole dangling a question that's been a questions since two thousand nine hundred nineteen and still not answering it just kind of being like. Hey we have an arrest. The situation i think he might have just been kind of trying to remind some people like of all these little things but as long as he answers them by issue number four. I guess they'll they'll see. I'm glad you said that. So yeah if we had to issue number four. And i still don't know why the hill cipher is infecting ricco and in also absorbing the trans mode You would ever From the phalanx into himself from the leaves that he is already infected with. I'm i'm not gonna lie. We were joking earlier about how You win the onslaught saga started. Abbas what made me stop reading x. Men the clone saga made me. Stop reading spiderman. This inferno will make me stop reading expert. And if we if that happens if we get to the end of this and there's no answers no answers whatsoever. It's all just been in self-indulgent just rigmarole. Yeah that would upset. It would be it would be lost all over again. You know just be. The thrill was all in the questions and there was no intent of a repaying offer no plant. That would be the most frustrating outcome i think. Especially because if if we weren't in this timeline of hickman's done and it was instead like staying need loves working with this team and he's going to be on expert forever then it would be like you can ask questions like like you. Can you can get away with that. And you'll you'll be requiring some patients still. I don't know it'd be the right decision but you could get away with that in the sense of people being like i got to trust this crater works on longtime you can make arguments But that's not what's happening. That's not the less story. So the answer's need to be here or they're not gonna come in hickman comic Which is fine in and of itself. But again like i do. Think the most understandable genuine criticism of kind of the setup focused nature in the question based nature of this i issue. Is these feel like questions. That should have been progressed. Over the course of two years of dawn of vacs and rano house in the yet like everything was put in isolation like like so much of house empowers which got everyone's so excited and then all those questions were put in isolation being like we'll get to later as part of the grand plan. I don't think that was the right call..

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"ricco" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"ricco" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"Out for not just themselves but for the game reno the love of the game and they sacrifice so many things you hurt eurocity say that after the game like we sacrifice being with our families travel overseas play year round with usa basketball and now they get a chance to enjoy their families. Which you have to love that as i know Rossi and penny. Taylor are expecting a baby and i just think you know Everyone has chapters in your life and you just have to gracefully accept each one of the when they it's the same for program like team usa And now we did. Talk a lot about teens. Who were were pushing up against the under this podcast without talking about the commissioner's cup sprawl night Well tonight probably. When you're listening to this will be thursday night bring may have. You may already know what happens. Game connecticut versus seattle quickly This is for the commissioner Final this is the final issue teams work. Their way there I haven't seen. I haven't seen the injury news. It'd be interesting to see. I mean i guess. I mean we're only two days away from the actual Ray which isn't comeback. So i'm thinking everyone's gonna play however quick who got seattle or connecticut and who i don't know if they gave out. Mvp for this. I don't i have no clue so they can. Mvp out. i'm going to go. I i'm gonna go with connecticut in this game and reasoning behind that. Is you know tokyo. I think you know with branston. Sue burden jewell loyd mean that was that was quite something Physically and to get back and get right into the fold and get that chemistry in a day and a half at practice and not i mean they. They know what they're doing. It's not like it's a mystery to them by. I distinct think that may serve to be the difference in the game having them fully rested and recovered to play at salts in that contest ongoing with connecticut nat one and mvp brahma junk weld. Donald's jonquil how. It's i agree. I think john quill. I know it was a long time ago. Feels like a real long time ago. Wnba all star game but she absolutely dominated in that game. Her anna rica. complete dominance in that game so I think i agree with you. Exactly connecticut joke wells. Now have a huge game. And i think the fatigue factor for seattle is going to be a big problem because not only. Do you have those three players. Who played on the olympic team. Have clearly samuelson. Who had to was a little sick ricco which used axe needed. Luckily it wasn't as bad of illness so should bring act. But you know that's that's a that's a lot to deal with Especially when she thought she was going to go tokyo. So i won't be surprised if seattle needs a couple of days kind of subtle in. I'm sure actually probably happy to have this game now. Because then you get selden for game that no-fence the commissioner's cup doesn't super matter. More doesn't matter at all in fact for the playoffs. Yeah the standings yet which you know. Hey the commissioner's cup. I forget how much money they're getting. It's a substantial amount. And that's great. But i'd rather win the title at the end of the year. That's a lot better. Eight s Real cup right now. I won't be. it's exciting though. You know. I think to have this opportunity for them to to put their their this game on the line for such a great cause. I think it's really going to a lot of fun to see. But i you know as i said. I'm connecticut in that. One to really say totally agree totally agree. I love it. But you know what i totally agree with. This was a great conversation once again. Sitting courtside with you're my friend. Coincide with christine gave right here on the her hoop stats podcast network and make sure you subscribe. Listen and comment and make sure that you check us out again next week as the wnba season gets going for the second. Half and that playoff push israel folks so stay right there me lead you and guide you into possible. Postseason play for a lot of these great teams so until next. I'm christy. winters. Scott forgave ibrahim see later..

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"ricco" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"ricco" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"But i haven't one hundred percent integrated into my life and it led me to walk the camino santiago pilgrimage which was incredible and it sat me down in a few months of just doing by myself in a big house and just doing saulwick which was such a gift and i. I love that younger version of myself. Now i look back. And i just go. The carragee had to just do that is remarkable. And i'm getting to the leave the fruits of that labor now because now a lot more freer end. I'm in a place. Where i'm i'm truly operate from a place of love. And that was the big thing i realized was even those living a life of intentionally it was coming from a place of feel those subconscious programs operating from my childhood which was fee-based and iding classify myself as that but as i reflected on what happened. It really was fee-based and i realized that the only way to make decisions now he's from a love by splice and and that's how i really leaning to my decision making now. That's so beautiful. And i completely agree with your grounded. Perspective on spirituality. That truly just to get to know us also. I love that you are on this mission or like you say your personal legend. Your purpose is to embody intention. And i love that you mention how that was your intention at first and then now it's more authentic. You've really put the pieces together in your truly living from his authentic place in i had this freedom. How does one embody intention -ality griped so in the way i define intention analyses its defining how you wanna feel and then taking deliberate action towards it so in the simplest terms it's vision plus action so there's a lot of ways to leave out there which philosophies and the high level and we don't know how to bring it back into our everyday life and this is what i love about intention -ality is that every moment really every breath. I like to say you one away from intention -ality because one breath is a moment to pause. It's a moment to interrupt your noble programs and choose a different behavior which would lead towards way. You wanna go and it's important that you need you know what you need to go because you'd be taking all these action and i say a lot of people doing this but it's not aligned with what their true nature really wonderful so we've got to have the too so you can live this life by deciding h morning sitting in intention. How do you wanna show up today. So mom today was. I wanted to bring a lot of joy in everything i did say. I hope we're going to have some some joyful moments in this conversation and i've been making those decisions throughout the day. And then at the end of the day we get to reflect on. How did we go against that intention. And if you had another opportunity which will tomorrow. What would you do differently. How would you show up. And that's the gripe positive intention allergies. It's never too late. You're so close. It's just a conscious decision. It's it's taking back leadership of your life and when you do this you can really live an extraordinary life because you know that life is abundant. It's unlimited it's divine. It's magical it's all of the above and that's what i'm really excited to share with people in the the best way for me to do that is to to truly live at myself. Which is one of the reasons why. I'm on this sabbatical right now. That's all the fun. I think that that is a great message for everyone here. And they can apply that to not only their work or their relationships but whatever they do in life for example. Tomorrow i am helping my mom with moving things around also packing ally. And though it's such a mundane task. If i wanted to bring joy into that i can just set the intention to do so and know that it's for her and not think. Oh i'm wasting time doing other things that does not work you know. I think that we can apply that in things beyond work beyond relationships in some guy that you mentioned that. And i think that intentionally such a beautiful thing to set up for the day. Do you set your intentions daily. Do you set your intention the night before it. He said you're tensions in the morning. What is your process. If you've been have one like i do. So i have. I have a lot of different systems in place to to help me embraces concepts of attention. So this i have seven principles of intention -ality and each day. I generally look at one of those principles So for example what you just mentioned what is relates to principle number sikhs which is experienced fulfillment not just six success by focusing on design. Feelings not just outcomes so tomorrow you could be focusing on success which would be. We've moved successfully and the outcome would be will. I've got all these tasks items but when you want to have something more you have an opportunity to connect with your mom so you could feel fulfilled by feeling connected love joy and then suddenly throughout that day. You're going to be interacting differently. When something happens you might be kinda rather than being shorter and that's gonna give you a whole different experience. So rodman thinking oh. This is a di wasted. It could be one of the greatest is if you laugh you know. That's that's the great moment when you open and you allow this possibility. Things can flowing so each morning. When i wake up. I put a big smile on my face to to just activate the muscle memory and actually releases a a chemical release. Which reminds me that. I'm happy even if i don't feel happy fussing and i just sit an intention that i think about one of those seven principles oil i think about. I have this blog. Code the five priorities of intentional. Being and he where he'd love we he'd grow we heat assertive he'd have joy and we hit a correct so sometimes i just pick one of those words. It's grow. I just wanna grow today. So they are in a state of shows in that begins mindset. And every moment. I'm looking at. How can i grow my challenge myself or it could be. I want to have joy. So i just think about what things would bring me joy. How could i bring joy to that. Situation and having those little grounding mechanisms can be really helpful when you notice you ego hijack you or you're suddenly going to old poss- patents and you can realize i. I wanna break this. I want to break this by taking a new action. And that's really what comrie is comma literally means action and you can go in that moment. I'm going to do something different right now. I'm going to choose joy even though my ego is telling me to prove my point to have a fight my pa. I'm gonna just dance overseeing right now in this moment and just who knows what can come from that day when you do that. Suddenly i am strangely. More excited to move tomorrow. And i'm going to set the attention especially first thing in the morning to bring more joy to indeed an also. I really do love helping my mom. She's such an angel. But i also curious have you ever especially since you talk about keeping your way which i find fascinating you know. There are a lot of people that show their stories of losing their way hitting rock bottom and then finding their way. And i'm wondering if you've ever experienced contrast where you let all this go you thought. Oh this is all bs. Don't believe it in the new came back to it because it's what felt right if you ever had any of you haven't that's fine. I'm just curious if you have ricco everyday that's really that's what's like. Everyone thinks that you just get this like people. Think you have this spiritual enlightenment. And i can tell you i had it on the on the camino without any substances or anything. It was the first time where. I truly understood divine. Oh god or source. I felt connected to every living thing at this moment. Everything spock would everything might sense. And it was the most wonderful moment of my life. True love came through me and then do you think two hours later. I was feeling that the exact sensei now it was it was feeling pretty good but edyta a little irritation happened and i noticed old patent come through and then i started saying well..

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"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"When I learned you just can't have it all your first concert Best concert charity. You said your best were eagles 18 T Center. What was your first You two in 1997. I'm sorry. No, it was. It was amazing. And so many ways it was the Pop mart tour at the Alamodome. And I just remember it was like really emotional because in excess front man, Michael Hutchins had died the day before so killed himself. That? Yeah. And so that concert with you two was just full of tributes, Toe Hutchins, and when we were exiting the stadium, remember hearing never. Terrorists of heart was played so Oh, it was a good one. Okay, I make fun of you two there, All right? I'm just not as big a fan is. Most people are. See. You were at the same concert in the bay area with Michael Bauer. Right? Your first concert was John Denver. Yeah, but it was here. Okay. How old were you 11. You stay awake? Oh, yeah. I was a fan. I ease I It was good, but I saw it. I saw John number two, but I was, you know, I had ulterior motives. I was going out with a girl That's report at the time and You want to go see John Denver and I go. Well, Why not? I couldn't come up with a reason. Why not? Until the night didn't go the way that I wanted to. And then I went. Wow. Why did I do that? Okay, Here's what we got from George First concert. Joe Cocker mean this will Auditorium. Wow. Best concert was a Thai, Carlos Santana and Arrowsmith at the hemisphere arena and its all time favorite, a tie. Skinner in 76, Stevie Ray Vaughan in fan Marcus sometime around 1980. His best event, he said, was fourth of July picnic. Gonzales. Thank you very much. George Michael. First was Elvis. He was 11 in Cleveland. Elvis was 11. No, no. Hey, send his best with Springsteen, Born in the USA to her, also in Cleveland, 85, his most surprising Was kid Rock. In Cleveland. They played every instrument on states that at some point in the show I already did. George. Right, Richard. Quite straight 87 1st and his best was a C D. C. Solomon Frankfurt. Wow. Thank you, Ricco. Marvin this concert, okay? Let me just a second here. I'm not sure this is possible. Well. Depends on the drugs involved. Marvin says. The best concert. He saw Woz. Running with scissors concert Weird Al Yankovic. Okay, That's not possible, said the lights and special effects were by far the best he's ever experienced. Not to mention the costume changes. Marvin Go to a kiss concert. Okay, we'll wait. It gets better. That's the best. A close second. According to Marvin was guns and roses. Here in San Antonio. I don't know if we'll ever hear anything like that again from we're now two guns and roses. Actually, I've heard rumors that who's the front man for guns and roses? Goetzel Road? Yeah, I heard that Axel really was weird. Al, you never see him together. Hey, did say that The best part of that concert was a drunk girl bought him a T shirt and a beer. Yes. Save me Save me a lot of money. Okay, one more before we go to break and give the latest for the 24 hour news center and charity McCurdy and that would be from Daniel his first kiss 1976. And that was his first time he was introduced to that beautiful smell. Everyone was smoking, which probably explains why a couple of years later his favorite concert was a creed hate to each their own. You know what I mean? But I do have to ask the question and we have done you know, everybody has done this. Kind of an experiment in real life. You ever asked anyone you know, or someone you didn't know this concert they ever went to and got the answer, Creed? No, Never Me either Kind of like asking them and not getting John did bring you know, we got two of those today. You want to smell like chlorine drying out your skin or your hair? Hard water. I can tell you is staining your faucets in your shower glass called today for.

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The Yosemite Sightseer Murders

Casefile True Crime

04:51 min | 2 years ago

The Yosemite Sightseer Murders

"In December nineteen, ninety-eight, Sylvana, Polo left her home city of Cordova Argentina banned for the United States. The, sixteen year old had inherited her mother's spirit for travel and had signed up to bay a Foreign Exchange Juden. For the next three months, Silvana would be living with the six member to family in the northern Californian port city, of Eureka. The pelos Os and sons were longtime friends through mother's Ricco and Cairo. The two women met in the seventies when Carol traveled to Argentina has an exchange student herself. Carol Ray visited the country used laid off with her two year old daughter Juliana better known as Julie. But this stage the Palacios had two daughters with Sylvana the younger of the Pan. Into Julie Juliane to a similar in age but opposite in personality. Sylvana was an introvert unlock Julie more outgoing. Despite that differences, the girls formed a lifelong friendship of their own. Silvino was Jud to return home from the US in light. March nineteen ninety nine. As she was very interested in American culture, the sons had endeavoured to give her a memorable experience of their homeland. They had taken Sylvana old across the state to visit landmarks such as Disneyland Tint Fisherman's wharf. The Grand Canyon in Arizona was next on the list as was Yosemite. National Park. It took Cairo son a month to meticulously planned the perfect to road trip to Yosemite. Carol schedule was typically fool with family work and other commitments. So she made the most of every minute of her vacations. They Yosemite troop revolved around one of Julie's leading competitions and would be taking place over four days that encompassed the long weekend. Only carroo Julie, and Sylvana would be going. It was set to bay a you naked fanshawe as winter had brought snow to the region. The trip began on Friday February twelve. Carol Julie and Seven A- flew to San Francisco. From there they ha- Attica, and of two hours northeast to Stockton. City was home to the University of the Pacific where Julie's cheerleading competition took place on Saturday February. Thirteen. Julie was impressed by the campus and considered enrolling their after graduating high school. She had ambitions to become either a chef for an architect while maintaining her. For Violin and piano. Julie Caroline Sylvana, organized to return to the university for a proper tool in three days time. From Stockton the trio drove to the small farming town of Moore said known as the gateway to Yosemite. They spent the nod at the Ramada Rin before continuing on to Yosemite National. Park on the Sunday. Selena was particularly excited to see Yosemite granite cliffs waterfalls, lakes, meadows, and mountains. Shay was inactive person by nature who enjoyed our skating skiing and roller skating. She'll say loved the outdoors and hoped to study in the environmental field in the future. Carol. Julie and Venus spent death first day at Yosemite exploring pod of the pox seven hundred and fifty thousand acres of. Rugged. Wilderness. Before and they drove through the dense and far raging forests along highway one forty to the nearby town of. El Porto. There they checked in at the Saito Lodge. An affordable hotel on the banks of the mess said reveal. On the evening of Monday February fifteen, yen sund received a phone call from his wife Carol. Shea. Happily spoke of her time away with the Julie and Silvy Narine Yosemite. They had spent the previous two days exploring the park and was settling in for their phone or gnawed at the hotel.

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"ricco" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"Do the support group I'm always bringing different kinds of people who do different kinds of work to be part of that process to help facilitate that people are exposed to different modalities in different styles of work so that they can get a different perspective. Because when you think about because I have friends who are in the industry who wants to decolonize therapy. Because it wasn't really made for the bypass community and it was a huge disconnect in there. So if especially, if you're a bypass person you're funding that's something just isn't clicking Ed's because of that you know therapy was made by a bunch of white men back in the day who didn't take us into consideration and so you have to really think about that. Do. You have any resources that you're comfortable sharing for people who are? Looking for ways to heal themselves. Yeah, one of my favorite books It's by German offer Japan's psychotherapists it's called Body. Keeps Score It's a heavy book. And so I will one folks. Has a lot of trauma in it but. It's by vessel Vander Kolk. And had that book in Grad School though been great but it wasn't published until about I would say, maybe four years ago four five years ago. But I would get started with the body keeps score and. Also another book by David Ricco is how to be an adult relationships book I. Recommend all the time especially for those who and it's not just about being relationships with. romantic relationships relationships with yourself relationship with family friends Those two books have been really gave big game changes in my life. Thank you. I will link those two places or at least them. Speaking of though, please tell me how can listener support your work and I will link your resources in the show notes. Yeah hang out. INSTAGRAM's my favorite platform. So definitely get you know we to me at Francis, my whole name Francis lease and also defied resistance. Dot Com is the website that I write a lot of content on. And feel free to sign of my newsletter on might get more intimate and send a letter. Stuff to the folks that community. So, yeah. And you also for. A.

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"ricco" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Different weather rules that we now do not expect to clear in time to allow for lunch today good day today's launch attempt the flight called off with less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down because of the danger of lightning it was supposed to be the first manned launch from U. S. soil in nearly a decade they'll try again on Saturday at three twenty two PM the so called king of the high wire is not letting the covert nineteen outbreak keep them down Florida daredevil nik Wallenda is planning what is being billed as the world's first drive in stunt show at Sarasota county's Nathan Benderson park will lend a we'll be joined by his wife and a host of other stunt artists for a series of death defying performances during the first two weekends in June fans can practice social distancing by watching the action from their cars before the corona virus pandemic shut most everything down in March will lend the completed a walk across an active volcano in Nicaragua Ricco show newsradio WFLA it's five oh five this is a Bloomberg money minute hopes that we've seen the worst of the economic damage from the corona virus pandemic continue to move stocks higher the Dow topped twenty five thousand the S. and P. climbed past three thousand a day after failing to hold those levels Lori tell the scene at RBC capital markets warns we may not see smooth sailing for stocks in the months ahead the rally is very newsflow driven it's very fragile in our opinion we think you're gonna see choppy waters from now three year and investors are hoping to see signs of an easing of downward pressure in the economic data due today the government's weekly reading on first time jobless claims is expected to show slight improvement with two point one million people filing last week's number top two point four million we'll also see a report on April pending home sales and an updated reading on first quarter economic growth Costco will have its latest quarterly earnings report today endemic stockpiling is expected to have boosted sales Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio about half of all men will experience ET your PC fact both TV and P. E. are highly treatable fact a safe effective treatment is just a call away at prestige men's Medical Center our highly skilled doctors guarantee results on your first visit for there is no charge listen to a specialist in men's health.

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"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The top ten Ricco show news radio W. FLA for more news listen to the daily died the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts with Florida's news I'm John McQuiston stocks are reversing after extending their sell off at the opening prices are off their early lows but still in the red the Dow Jones industrial average is down five hundred thirty the S. and P. five hundred down forty E. eight the nasdaq composite is down sixty three even as Wall Street freaks out amid the corona virus scare consumers remain calm the university of Michigan consumer sentiment index is little changed from a preliminary reading at mid month most people surveyed didn't even mention the virus United Airlines is cutting more service to Asia as demand evaporates amid the corona virus epidemic latest routes to be hit include those from LA Houston and New York to Tokyo and from San Francisco to Singapore and South Korea beyond meat is down about sixteen percent even as fourth quarter sales reported last night beat estimates it may be a sign that investors are growing impatient for a deal with a major restaurant player like McDonald's from Bloomberg I'm Larry Kaski for newsradio WFLA WFLA news brought to you by the Holland group retirement wealth advisors it's slowly inches upward hand as it climbs you get more and more excited and soon it reaches the top stops for just a second and then it propels you down faster and faster I mean it's great as an amusement park ride stock markets investments being roller coasters not so fun hi it's Glenn back and we have had quite a climb on the stock market when is it going to reach the top and what happens to all of the stuff that you've made and you held on to as its racing to the bottom you won't have to worry about it if you had an experience financial advisor show you what could happen to your portfolio during and after a market correction now is the time to prepare call Steve Holland at seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four to find out what you can do right now before a market correction do what people in Tampa I've done for over twenty five years ask Steve Holland seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four when you're retired you're going to be glad you took the time today seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four Pasco news radio WFLA ninety nine point one FM this.

"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"ricco" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Trump and Michael Bloomberg I welcome in the race Michael's a solid guy Missy Ricco president trump thinks he knows where it goes he's not going to do well but I think it's gonna hurt by next July Bloomberg allies explain that after the billionaire invested one hundred million dollars to help Democrats flip the house quote we now need to finish the job and ensure the trump is defeated but Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to do that that field of candidates includes Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren I don't think that all big money to be able to buy our elections in Franklin New Hampshire Peter juicy fox news Southwest Airlines again pushing back on the return of its Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets to the skies as Boeing tries to fix the aircraft following two deadly crashes southwest says it will keep the Max off its schedule until March eighth that's about a month longer than was previously planned more evidence that gender reveal parties for getting out of hand a report from the national transportation safety board details a small September plane crash in Turkey Texas as part of the gender reveal for a friend a pilot was flying a crop duster aircraft at a low altitude to drop about three hundred fifty gallons of pink water but it stalled in hit terrain leaving one passenger with minor injuries in the plane with substantial damage to the fuse a large and right wing the plain view based company which owns and operates the aircraft has yet to respond it's not the first gender reveal to take a dangerous turn earlier this year and I am a woman was killed after loved ones accidentally created a gender revealing a pipe bomb krystin Goodwin fox news and in the York on Jack Callahan this is fox news good morning class a quick head count Tiffany here Zack yup Stephen Stephen is.

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"ricco" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"It out to our listeners as well okay great thanks very much for having me on thanks for a cancer Ricco well Jack from a dusty groove records on Asselin here in town I realize I have these thousands of the clerk consists of her which you know they they're they're very significant live action to the history to me there's some magic there's a magic number their way of time and eventually it is going to go Rahman sure was hang in any would like to offer him some historical perspective here in Regis of peace Robert go ahead Sir I know your patience is a little long but it from a great one JFK go ahead word secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies to secret oaths and to secret proceedings we decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it even today there is very little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions even today there is very little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it now if I can go for just a little bit further because you got to come about fifteen seconds I gotta go but go ahead sorry about that that's right for we are opposed around the world this skip down the speech by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence on infiltration instead of invasion on subversion instead of elections on intimidation instead of free choice on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day it is a system which has conscripted constricted conscripted vast human and material resources in the bill building oak of a tightly knit highly efficient machine that combines military diplomatic intelligence economic scientific and political operations and there's a good point to a pause on the vice history lesson by Sorenson but well delivered by JFK and Thursday you're gonna have a vote on the house floor and then the hearings.

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Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Migrant children facility in Homestead, Florida, to close

"The federal government is effectively pulled the plug on a controversy all South Florida child my great detention center Ricco show reports the Miami Herald reports the private prison company running the homestead shelter will not have its federal contract renewed when it expires next month according to an email the department of health and Human Services is leaving open the possibility of re opening the facility in the future all of the immigrant children were transferred out of the center in August the homestead facilities been the scene of frequent protests by immigration advocates and democratic lawmakers over the treatment of children house

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"ricco" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Com by the way Glenda since September tragically rock singers any money and Rick okay second passed away but you found an interesting court a correlation here with the numbers I really did first well where they both brilliantly talented yes they were their voices and their songs like the minute I think of one of their songs it won't leave me like it is it haunts my head throughout the day but here's what I notice and this is really powerful Eddie money he was born March twenty first at three twenty one Rick okay sick was born March twenty third the two days after Eddie money passed away Friday the thirteenth of September two days later Ricco case six passed away September fifteenth weird how does this happen I'm going to tell you when stuff like that happens I get the chills I'm like wait a second born two days apart died two days apart and then when I ran their numerology blueprint the numbers three six nine those are most creative numbers like when you find a performer there's a good chance they have a six or nine and of course when you found the truly talented they have a lot of it may turn both of these men Eddie had three six nine and Rico case a cat three nine three so their charts were very similar like everything about them was actually match if the numbers determine the outcome of things in individuals who controls the outcome of the numbers are we doing it individually what's happening okay you're out works when you have a numerology blueprint in you're looking at those numbers you didn't have a choice are you going to embrace the positive side of those numbers are you going to go to your shadow side that's when it becomes your choice like certain numbers point towards addiction like it would be hard to become addicted so the question is are you gonna you know start drinking when you know that you could become addicted.

"ricco" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on DV Radio

"Can you see that link that I sent you in zoom. Chat Ricco identify clicked on it soon enough to get to it. I'm trying to find it like how he goes. I did if I clicked on it soon enough up but it just been faster so what she said. I'll think she's ever said that. This is my microphone is done is correct yes now. He said No. I'm after he needed I did but you answered me. That's the best part like yeah it's it's a hello. Yes we can hear you having fun with recoil. Sorry we like to have fun. We know that's not allowed during the show now don't fucking have a good time. We have a good time now than when the show starts remember her by be quiet please you remember the views and opinions expressed by this show or any other show TV radio and it's strictly those individuals do not those staff nor the Steph dispersion they thought he it and they the on the go.

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"ricco" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of ten years ago or something like that all right inspired by the cars in the loss of Chris Ricco Catholic I found this three of the most bizarre driving laws from all around the world I know when to your world traveler you always rent a car no matter what country you end up in let me help you out by telling you the strangest laws for driving in other parts of the world did you know that in Thailand it is illegal for men to drive without a shirt on. now all it is have you ever done it I've never been to Thailand but when I pick up Thai food I even sure that my shot. just just to be safe you should take it off in case you taste them in the car then you wouldn't have to worry about that in the near future. really I've seen men and I'm by no that's Thailand right let's. happened in Thailand where they made that a law. I mean I can understand it as a suggestion but in Thailand they weren't enough of this nonsense guys pretty sure time. maybe the rock was there Jason Momoa and they said you know what we can't have this it's distracting distracted tell you a couple of days ago over the weekend you know how it a woman cannot drive around without a shirt off she wow you know this and I don't know crazy rules sit in guys are guys can you can drive around to walk around without a shirt on that's how society right so I see this guy I'm driving there's a guy walking on the side of the road who should definitely have a shirt on but did not and I don't know what led to that I don't know what made him decide you know what I just go for a walk and I will not we're sure it was not in anyone's best interests I have a question to ask you man. bill is represent. alright I. represent all men on this did you see me bite my tongue yeah okay yeah he needs an oral vaccine tell now alright go ahead find what is this let me represent on all right when it's really hot outside yes and maybe you're cutting the grass or doing a jogging I'm not talking at a pool but they're doing some kind of activity does it really make you cooler to take your shirt off wouldn't it be more. comfortable to have like a nice cotton or waking type shirt on that's what I don't understand about men taking their shirts off it's one thing if they want to get some color some right on tan right but I think you'd be hotter with nothing on interesting I'm just asking you I can't imagine you walking around shirtless however it's helpful if there's a breeze if there is a breeze that does make it cooler I think yeah and I put a shirt on when I take a shower. as you take your shoes off when you take my dark leave my shoes on a T. I put a shirt on sometimes another shirt just to be safe I don't know the answer to that I think it's a case by case basis I had gas but I just would think you'd be you know if you have a nice like white cotton shirt and now that I'm right you know reflects the sun's rays it would be cooler than just having nothing right but I don't know the truth Peggy wants to talk about the topless guy all right Hey Peggy. how are you. well I just thought this was absolutely hilarious that you're talking about the my husband and I were in the Caribbean on the island of Saint John. driving late at night and I can't see the taxi driver informed us that. it's okay to drink and drive but you have to wear a shirt. a lot of without a shirt. no problem there was mine. okay yeah. all.

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"ricco" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Founder Ricco case because died and this is USA radio news thank you for helping build my pillow into the big company that it's become Michael indelibly inveterate is CEO has created the new radio listeners special go to my pillow dot com click on the new radio listeners special use my promo code USA and you can get deep discounts on the new body pillow on regular my pillow the travel pillows the geezer dreams bed sheets lots of savings there my pillow dot com use promo code USC and save on everything on the website. former daily show host Jon Stewart is helping to launch a campaign this evening urging more people to apply for benefits under the nine eleven victims compensation fund it's estimated almost a half million people are eligible for free lifetime medical care under the program but less than a quarter are enrolled despite concerns for those with disabilities the Minneapolis city council voted to ban all new construction of drives through windows John Clemens explains the new band does not restrict drive through windows already operating a dos outlaw the construction at fast food restaurants banks right cleaning stores and other businesses in the future many fast food restaurants report the majority of their business comes from drive thru windows Minneapolis hopes their plan will help eliminate greenhouse gas emissions as well as noise levels from idling cars sure now is how this will impact customers with disabilities or the elderly city officials report the band will not affect drive through proposals that have been submitted before the new ordinance was passed I'm John Clemens and police in Chesterfield county Virginia are looking into an apparent prank call the guts want involved a husband and wife were listening with headphones to a video game tourney and had no idea that police have surrounded their home for two hours they're still looking for who made the hoax call and for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes. let's talk crap medic today than we did twenty years ago if.

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"ricco" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Michael crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour news from lawmakers been busy before wrapping up their latest session in Sacramento lawmakers have passed legislation this session to guard against financial harm from wildfires and expanded health care to young illegal immigrants other bills passed in the session that ended Friday include paying student athletes that the NC double a says is unconstitutional a bill to make lifting over drivers employees switch opponents they will kill the ride sharing industry lawmakers also passed a bill requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns in order to qualify for the California ballot governor Newsome has until mid October to sign or not sign the bills into law Amy came KFI news. lead singer for the cars Ricco kassig is dying to come to New York say they responded to a nine one one call late yesterday afternoon and found the singer in bad in his Manhattan apartment they say they're no sounds of of foul play the cars big hits in the late nineteen seventies and eighties including. I guess you're just what I needed shake it up and drive the band was inducted last year into the rock and roll hall of fame farmers filed for bankruptcy protection days after reaching a multi billion dollar tentative settlement with many state local governments over the opioid crisis deal could be worth up to twelve billion dollars the bankruptcy filing last night New York comes as produ faces thousands more lawsuits tied to damage done by the sale of oxycontin and one in San Diego's swallowed her engagement ring a was having a dream that we were on a cargo train and it was a dangerous situation and Bobby told me you know you have to swallow your ring. Janet Evans says she got an X. ray to confirm yeah she did she swallowed and then Adams had surgery to get it removed he said he now takes the ring off every night so it doesn't happen again. check on a crash.

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"ricco" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ricco" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Over the weekend Iran denies involvement in the air attacks which were claimed by Iran a line to the rebels in Yemen Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee told CBS it appears Iran was involved I think it's safe to say that the who please don't have the capability to do a strike a like this without a running assistance so Ronnie and know how running technology I think was certainly involved whether they run ins directly engaged in this sort through the who see proxies. has yet to be seen the incident has cut global oil supplies by five percent and prices are soaring more than forty nine thousand members of the U. A. W. walked off GM factory floors or set up picket lines this morning as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike worker shut down thirty three manufacturing plants in nine states as well as twenty two parts distribution warehouses Minnesota man has been arrested for torching in nearly one hundred twenty year old synagogue all the police aren't calling the incident a hate crime yet dilutes police chief Mike Tuscan says thirty six year old Matthew Amazon has been booked on arson charges in connection the blaze which decimated the historic structure what motive was what they were thinking that sometimes is never something we never will not Fasken says there's no reason to believe this is a bias or hate crime but that might change the front man for the rock band the cars Ricco Keisuke has died police found okay six body yesterday afternoon in his Manhattan apartment after responding to a nine one one call the death of the seventy five year old comes a year after the cars were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame Golden toilet is missing thieves over the weekend stole a solid gold toilet worth up to one and a quarter million dollars from the birthplace of British leader Winston Churchill the toilet the work of Italian conceptual artist Meridia Cattelan had been installed only two days earlier at Blendon palace west of London after previously being shown at the Guggenheim Museum in New York because of that been connected to the palaces plumbing system police say its removal caused significant damage and flooding to the building which is a UNESCO world heritage site a sixty six year old man has been arrested but the toilet was not recovered that's crazy I know sounds like that quite the insight just going to say the same thing days.

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The Final Moments of 'The Marriage of Figaro' On A 12-Hour Loop

The Frame

14:32 min | 3 years ago

The Final Moments of 'The Marriage of Figaro' On A 12-Hour Loop

"Today, who would get what in the forty four million dollar Harvey Weinstein settlement proposal, plus an Icelandic artists celebrates the experimental fluxes art movement by looping, the final aria of the marriage of Figaro for twelve straight hours, really what I I'm trying to achieve is to like make this part of an opera with is not structure, like stop being narrative and make like a sculpture painting. Plus, I'll talk without reporter, jewelry Finkel who's trying to break down gallery walls by having artists. Tell us about the piece of art that inspired them. The most stay tuned for the frame. There's a forty four million dollar tentative settlement in the civil portion of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct case, the Wall Street Journal broke the story, I called reporter, Karen Ramey in the journal's newsroom and Astor how they wind up with forty four million forty four million comes from months and months of pretty contentious negotiations over what women should be paid, how they should be paid, and who should pay it right in a dozen mediation sessions that I guess got pretty ugly. Yeah, they did get ugly, because there were a lot of competing interests at play here, there were women who said they were victims and should be compensated. And a lot of these are these are women who filed lawsuits. They're also insurance companies the New York attorney general's office, which filed its own civil rights lawsuit about employment conditions against both Harvey Weinstein and his company, and we should be very clear here. This is not just a settlement that involves Harvey Weinstein. Absolutely. There's quite a few women who sued Harvey Weinstein. But some of these same women including a proposed class action suit sued board, members, former officers and directors executives and all kinds of people who surrounded Harvey Weinstein saying that they knew about his alleged behavior and enabled it. And so this proposed settlement also would end any legal proceedings for all those other defendants. Adam Harris, who is Bob. Weinstein's lawyer announced the. Settlement saying, we now have an economic agreement in principle. That is supported by the plaintiffs is though, this settlement, what the plane is had hoped for even close. I think the point is to say play deaths. I mean, particularly the class of women who say they were abused by Mr. Weinstein had hoped for way, way, more money. And so in a way, this is a little bit of a disappointment. The breakdown goes, it's forty four million of proposed thirty million goes to the plaintiffs fourteen million goes to pay legal fees. How is that thirty million going to be broken up? Do we know? So I, I do want to say this is still tentative, it's a sort of proposed agreement, and some of these details are still being worked out, but we know that, that thirty would include money that would go to women to former Weinstein company employees and then also studio creditors. And Mr. Weinstein's, former studio is going to bankruptcy right now. And so this process is also to. Resolve some claims in bankruptcy. And then I would assume for the for the plaintiffs who alleged sexual harassment that it would be a sliding scale based on the severity of the harassment. Again, these details are still being ironed out. But the way these things typically work is there would be some sort of special master, or person, sort of, in charge of awarding appropriate amounts of money to different people who apply to get money from the victims fund, and in exchange agreed to either drop their lawsuit or not file on, where's the forty four million coming from insurance companies are paying all of it. You can buy insurance to cover illegal acts. Well, it's complicated. These are sort of these broad employment policies and what they're actually covering is defense costs. And so it's defense costs, not just for Harvey, but also for the directors and officers, those are the former executives former board members at. Once seen studio and women have sued them alleging that they sort of facilitated Harvey's behavior. Does Weinstein admit any guilt in this forty four million dollar proposed settlement. He does not it's important to mention, though to that there's a criminal case against Weinstein in Manhattan, and this is not impact the criminal case in any way. If you read the comments section in any of the newspaper stories about this. A lot of people are saying, V, Weinstein just bought himself out of jail. But no, this is this is the civil part of the of the suits against him. Not the criminal parts. Yes. This is only civil suits. There's a lot of dome, but they are all civil and criminal charges. They're still there. He's expected to go to trial and September when they pick a jury for this trial. Are they ever going to be able to find a juror who, who doesn't know that? There was a forty four million dollar settlement. They're probably going sort of, to answer that question, more broadly. They're going to have trouble finding juror who's not aware. Harvey weinstein. But that's okay. What they're at the end of the day. What they'll need to look for is people who sort of haven't made up their mind about Harvey, or people who say that they can be fair and only listen to the evidence at trial and not include in their thought process. All these other things I've read in the news, what's the next step for the settlement. Well, it's not final. There are further discussions coming up between all the parties. So they need to sort of they need to hammer out these last minute details. See if they can all agree on them, and my understanding is that settlement will also have to be approved by judge grin Remy reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Karen, thanks very much. Great. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. Coming up on the frame and artist who's looping the last aria of the marriage of Figaro for twelve hours John horn asked why stay wins. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Rabi? What happens when you take a few moments from Mozart's, the marriage of Figaro and play it over and over and over audiences are gonna find out Saturday at downtown L, A's, red cat theater, when Iceland artist Ragnar Carson presents, bliss, a twelve hour loop of the final moments of the opera, it's part of the Fluxus festival hosted by the LA fill and the Getty research institute in honor of the experimental fluxes art, movement of the nineteen sixties John Horne caught a rehearsal yesterday. Well, part of a rehearsal at red cat and ask Hartson how directing bliss compares to directing the whole opera is a very different approach. I mean when you're doing the monitor figure into doing the whole production, rehearsing the music, and like plot plot that that cetera, cetera, totally but but laying here here would would just just the working working with with this this musical musical part. part. Really, what I I'm trying to achieve is to like to kind of make this part of an opera, which is not structure, like stop being not and make like sculpture painting. But you just like walk in the member and see. And then just walk out again. And maybe check it out again. But, you know, it's always the same like a painting on the wall. But, but twelve hours. Yeah. So with the audience experiences it in a different way to the performance as well. Does it become something different for them through repetition about what it is? They're doing. Is it more like muscle memory? Is it become less about character? How is the performers mind change because the audiences mind is definitely changed. Yeah. Also a performer like what I really like doing it's really just sink into the music. And the lyrics and the situation it stops being about. Like you know what is happening now in the Oprah just like you just this. for for twelve twelve hours, hours, a a new new But singing, singing, then, again this this league beautiful beautiful you're there music music is is almost almost starts starts to to become become white white noise, noise, you you just just don't don't realize realize you're you're singing singing anymore anymore and and you you don't don't hear hear anymore, anymore, but but you're you're doing doing it it anyway anyway and just thinking about sandwiches or something. And why this particular part of the opera because this is a aria about forgiveness. It's an aria where a man has done some very bad things or tried to do some very bad things and hasn't completely succeeded. But he's had bad intentions, and he is forgiven because the person who is forgiving him is, I think she says it better than he is. Why is that idea of what happens in this story, so important to recognize and to repeat about what it saying about forgiveness and reconciliation? I'm so in. All of this part of the opera, for so many like multi layered reasons is also like it's also written by Lawrence of the bounty and, and Volker, Amadeus Mozart than like, you know, it's, it's time like modalities being created this letter at the time when I'm Medicare is becoming a Medica the friends of Lucien and whatnot. And then the comes to this Oprah about just pleasure and lust and. Then there's this moment of forgiveness and then like reconciliation. But also it's ironic. They're saying they forgive each other. But, you know that the authors are not really forgiving each other, and nobody is happy forever after that's what I love about this part of, like, it's kind of one of my favorite parts of like the whole idea of like western art, because it's so multi layered complicated that it's like you can feel, but it was really written tongue in cheek. But it's so beautiful that you cry. I always imagine most of this, like really in teak, but, like, it's so Bill, Paul. You have been interested in repetition a lot in your art. Does this story change the more times you see it? Do you start seeing the story in a different way as an audience member? The more times you see it. Maybe if you have a multi nation, I think, so. But, like I myself I don't really have a multi-nation, I just see the same thing over over again, and kind of sort of become spill Diffley mundane for me. But some people, I know who have imagination start seeing different things. And also, I think that is important in this piece in all, and all our pieces that I make that it's, it's really belongs to the viewer to what the viewer feels. And how does repetition change with viewer experiences as opposed to just looking at something once leaving the room. What is the repeat viewing do in terms of how we interpreter see something or hear something repetition is like it's such Woodley important thing in Kotor, and like in all cultures we always use repetition to make things. Holy like. Every religion has repetition of its core. And of course, we feel the, the security of repetition. And I'm just really interested in seeing therapeutic things like stuck in this repetition, then they stop becoming narrative, and traumatic and they just become sculptural, and it's almost as you can look at the from from all sides. We're talking with Ragnar Cureton about his staging of bliss. You have performed in this piece as well. What is the mindset that gets you through a performance at what point are you kind of losing focus? How you stay focused. How do you make sure that through the twelve hours of performance that you are able to do your work repeatedly without falling apart? I never have any like the special method for it because the funny thing is like petrol is always like this Hato thing, we're going to do this, twelve hours put like everybody has a job and they just do the repetitive thing for hours and hours. And so this is not. So far away from a regular job. But it's it's like you just go just go to it like I was like a working McDonalds. You're like I just gotta do it. Now I'm just on job. So that's kind of the mindset I have. But, but it's a it's a job, I really love a I just enjoy every moment of it, although sometimes I'm bored. The bottom is, it's almost like a relief in our modern times to be bored. It's just like just, just the idea of, we're going to perform this, and I'm just going to be doing nothing but this for twelve hours, it's really like. It's like the idea of some kind of occasion, like no will decisions about anything for twelve hours, we're on radio so we can't really picture what it is that audiences will see. But how would you describe the set in the costumes res- production told Todd cliche, like the rococo very Ricco, Cova very much of the Petiot to classical staging. And I just really liked clinical staging. I just love the idea of like painted sats and stuff like that. And to the performance get to eat and drink today. Leave stage. Are they snacking onstage? How do you make sure that they have enough energy to keep going? And I guess including that or the people who are playing the music we just bring food and snacks to the states.

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