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"riina" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"riina" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Of this qualifying cycle. The obviously missed the game against canada missing the game as well against on dudas as reported by guys are jeff carlisle. Not only did he spend a night outside The bubble he also brought an unauthorized visitor into his hotel room. So inside the bubble. We're talking timeout. Really not one. But two separate instances over two separate nights a given that information all that we that we do know now taylor. Gregg berhalter has a pretty big decision coming up here in october. If he would ask you for advice at what would you tell them about. Bringing weston mckennie back into the team for those october qualifiers. I would say to greg. I'm not sure. I'm the one making the decision. I wanna see what happens at you. Vent this because what. I found very interesting. After the news broke mckinney left the united states camp is the fact that on the gazeta cover front page. A luxury was talking about western. Mckinney's off-the-field antics. Now he didn't go into depth he didn't go into any kind of depth of what that meant but he said his off. Field antics are hindering his performances. And so i'm assessing weston mckennie and for the record my money. This is not talking to greg. through talking to you and the world. My money's on western mckinney. Come back a better player and a better teammate. From this experience and especially because the united states one four one without him they have lost then all of a sudden he kinda can feed into that wolf. You have west end. What would it have done. They didn't they won. They won without giovanni riina. That's going to help that. John brooks comes off the field. They look more cohesive. So i think all of these things working greg. Berle there's favor but from weston mckennie is point of view. I think the next two or three weeks are massive for greg world through in the united states. If he's in your group if he's playing consistently and i'm not saying starting but if he's coming off the bench whatever if he's shown any kind of sign of progress then obviously you have to bring him in in talk to him. I'm not saying you have to play with play them yet. But you have to have that conversation. He's too valuable. He could be a huge asset in as as herk rightfully said to the next three games are at home. You need to win those to be a huge part of it. But i think the next two or three weeks are huge. From events point of view in assessing weston mckennie and from greg burrow. Through saying you know what. I want him back in my group. Now gregg berhalter. I challenge him because he hasn't quite frankly been lighting up with performances at the national team. As of late zip player..

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"riina" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"riina" Discussed on ESPN FC

"For seventy percent of the game. Now all of a sudden you have to defend it. He doesn't look comfortable doing that. Pulisic was quite. I don't think that's saying anything. I don't think that's a hot take. But i also don't think the united states was as fluid going forward now. I felt like giovanni riina had a better tournament semifinal finals if you combine them he was more impactful and games. He was willing to drop deeper in the hole but politic's the game changer. Pulisic has the pace off the ball. Logistics the guy that can run off your number nine whether it's sergeant or whoever is up front and so. He's the one in the blink of an eye that can change the game. He can turn over the game and then all of a sudden. The game's going in your favor. Gregg berhalter has to find a way guys to get more touches. And i don't think he's putting him politic for that matter in the prime spot to do this in the best games. We've seen politic play for the us men's national team particularly in woke up poll flying in two thousand eighteen. He was actually playing as a second ford a number ten in a four. Three one whatever you want to say. It was underneath. Josie and he had the freedom to just go find the game. Go get into the game. Do something right through the middle and impact the game now. A lot of people will say herk. I've seen you do this. And it's right for chelsea a wide player. I get that however for the united states. I'm not so sure you need him to play wide if giovanni rain is that kind of player the way is they've got to find a way to get politic involved more in sub you're right it was a quiet game in my opinion from pulisic and yet it doesn't matter because he bared the most important penalty in that game. If i could briefly here. I actually thought when they did that. Three centreback back line. The two wing backs that they would play josh sergeant and almost two tenths very narrow. Wingers like he does it chelsea. I thought that would have been better for players like christian pulisic ngo on giovanni rain. And when you have wingbacks because then it gives them the liberty to kind of overlap. You and to play off you. I was very stunned when i saw him. Isolated and you saw how ineffective now. We saw the ranks rate. There he was. I a lot of team team ranks for the us men's national. You had a very underwhelming final. As far as good football good play. They won the game but by no means was that aesthetic. Can we talk a little bit. we talked about even horvath off the top. Here let me take you back to like two thousand nineteen early two thousand nineteen so early days of gregg berhalter and i were doing a game i think in in arizona and we have these the day before the match kind of behind behind the scenes chats with the manager and one of the takeaways from that was he said there was an open competition for goalie. And i really believed in. And eventually zack stephanie. Kind of locked down the number one job and didn't really seem like there was much. Competition zack steph gets hurt it's scary. Because it's one of those non contact knee injuries. Then ethan horvath comes on and does what he does. A is this number one job for the us now up in the air with what like eighteen months ago to the world cup. Better be but absolutely better. Be because what we've seen from zacks stephan look at the fa cup semifinal guys you you see him make one decision coming off. His line. he.

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"riina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"riina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The pace here being stalked. By Scott Dixon. Spencer Picket Colton Herta. Riina's feet. K completed the top 10 passion O daily award hits Cliff and Marcus. Eric. Yeah, that's right. Ray Hall still has opportunity that yellow flag definitely did not help him. It helped Scott Dixon this chip in as he said, big time, but him in that second position, but they still have another stop to make. We gotta remember long ways to go in this race. Alexander Rossi is now out of the race had issues with that car's Jake Query reported. He is on pit road right now with the day is done for Alexander Rossi. So not a good start of the season for him. Oliver, ask us, another one who was out of the race. We'll hear from Oliver a minute in a minute. Let's go over here. We're looking cars go by. Because we're social distancing waist a little bit away from him. You will be able to hear that question. The issue is well before the pit stop in a last ditch effort to fix it Think it's a fuel pressure's way had resolved way? Didn't it's strange because it was fine until we wanted re alone. So I think the 27 automation and ready Honda was good today. You know, I think it was a top five car. It's unfortunate that we've had this type of result two weekends in our own projected time. Let's go to Brad. Gillie. Oliver ask you is out of the care centre right now. Look like the car just got away from you coming back onto the front straightaway. What happened, Oliver? Yeah, I just Completely lost the rear of the car. I have to go.

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"riina" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"riina" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Giovanni Falcone Falcone and he offers to become an informant. And I learned a new word here. Penitent GonNa Tito. Yeah Benedict Benedicto. Yeah depending Tito Yeah. Los Tito's yeah there and there there's a lot of them now but he was the first it was a boss to he does the. Yeah absolutely so he offers come in and Set everybody straight on how to do it. Americans go over debriefing and he's GonNa end up testifying of because he knows more about what's going on in Italy then really knows so much about what's going on on the ground in in the United States plus there's a whole nother investigation going this pizza connection connection. Yeah going on in the United States and and so they don't. They ended up having to different trials in two different investigations at tie in their investigations and the Americans had there so he he was instrumental in both but he was more instrumental over in Sicily. It's my understanding. I think he provided mostly information. What I what I kinda got is that he provided a lot of information as far as how things are done here not on a street level but meaning like we have these the Gambino has family. Is this connection to the old world or the banana family has this connection or these are how these connections are formed and these are the sort of the trade routes that are taking place and he. I believe it was that helped them understand that there are a lot of Sicilians year end pizza own pizza shops across the country who are related to battle a mente his nephews and his sons and all that who own these pizza shops and they're the ones distributing the heroin. I thought that came from that information came from from Bushido the bottle meant distribution network was was was. Set up here but I don't think he knew who was doing. What but he knew that these were his relatives here. Sell the heroin. What this salvator rain the beast. He went crazy He was terrified. he even. I'd not heard of this before. He organized a terror attack on a passenger train in that donating eighty four to slow down the investigation. Yeah thought that would slow down the investigation and they bombed a train inside but ten mile long tunnel in the past and the mountains up in the Alps. There was a long difficult. Rescue of people were trapped in there. Of course an investigation now There were some allegations that the American mafia assisted with Z. That I kind of doubt that but they may I did read it but I can't I indirectly. They might have gotten but there's somebody. I'm sure they can get explosives over there without needing anything from from over here is just makes sense. That makes sense but it sounds good. You can use that to denigrate the American right exactly. I finally out in the United States like a military base. I think all along and they're gonNA have a trial they call it the maxi trial. Four hundred seventy five defendants. They built a special courtroom. It's structurally reinforced building. And and and the cells were all around the outside of the courtroom. And if you see that our godfather you'll see the inside that courtroom those cells each had what anywhere from ten to fifteen is just full of yes to ceiling with that bulletproof glass right as you said. They're doing the hand signals trying to timothy witnesses. Friend Tomas O. Has to go and testify with four hundred seventy five. His former Mafia associates yelled at St air beaten on the glass. Yeah it's like I said it's talion family Thanksgiving but I mean they're they're just waving hands and and I mean very intricate hand gestures. The people are capable of like listen to us. I take it. You're you're Tom and put it up on your teeth. Folks out there Italian mafia hand gestures. You'll find the best by wasn't involved in that. It looks like a madhouse when you watch it on TV. I mean they're just beating on the glass and screaming and yelling is crazy. Yeah I would say there's there's got to be fifty guys per I mean it's just full of people screaming and yelling in those in those bulletproof glass sales but for the first time a couple of other people came in just to broke their American Died law enforcement understood what the Mafia was all about. Finally learn lived in denial for a long time except for a few people like Giovanni Falcone and and They will go after him big time. We're GONNA talk more about him I've got. Fbi knew him personally so we'll talk more about him. But but long story short they set a bomb a huge bomb and a place where his car. They can't get him so they figure out. Were GonNA pass by a certain place? And they said a huge bomb and set that Bob Maher Office. His guard goes by and and see all weather getting extreme kind of of Security rounding money was in Sicily. I understand it was really quite relieved when he came to the United States several times to participate in conferences with the doctor them and this FBI agent. I've stopped him. I could tell at great respect for Judge Falcone and so he could relax when it came over here not be like the entire country trying to get him with being watched really. Yeah says he's not that United States you can go out in the far outnumber who lesser following you on the way out. They're not GonNa get to see you. Jeter will live out the rest of his life in witness protection in the United States. Moving around a lot Mostly at Florida's my understanding if you notice some of those clips and home movies in that documentary. Yeah we're apparently from probably Florida or somewhere down south. That look like Florida. Yeah I'd say. His family had a hard time with the moving around. I think is children. They understood to an extent there endanger when a couple of things that happen but but yeah it was. It couldn't have been too easy to give up your entire identity and home for your kids to to have to say. He was in imports or they had to make up what their father did and be an interesting Shoda. Get somebody a child who was raised in witness protection to talk about that right. That'd be interesting I connected to one. Maybe at one time but that guy's never even tried to get him to call me back here recently and he never called me back. I don't knows it. Kansas City Guy. He was and he was talking about any new. This kid and knew the guy's father and Of sudden equipped call me back. He wouldn't return my calls. I don't know what happens. Sometimes people get nervous after. They talked notice after they talked to me. Then they're they're they worry about what they said what I'm GonNa do it. I'm not going to do anything with it. Folks I'm not gonNA reveal your name on the air but I understand yeah what last could hang on Our friend Tomasso. He wants to go back to inle. When more time is getting older and Salvator rain has been arrested so he thinks it might be safer. It gets recognized immediately. It has to be evacuated immediately. And he's on a cruise ship. They made them doc the cruise ship early because the bombing potential being stuck on quarantine group. Chieh oh man but thousand he dies with cancer is survived by his much younger wife and they had to sends a daughter together as his youngest son died in a car crash not long after he died as kind of a a tragic. Mike the end. Although I would imagine you wouldn't feel too. Sorry for him if you saw. I lived when he was in his twenties thirties forties before he a broke him. He pay the price. Yeah Yeah I mean. He did sort of. Do heated would offset a lot of things that were done but yeah it was definitely definitely a lot of damage done early on before he forty decided to inform but it was kind of like what happened with with bravado is is. I think they changed the rules. Salvatore Riina changed rules and started killing everybody. So you kind of back people a quarter. What else can do you either? And you could write to to kill him back and again you know as as Gandhi said you know if you start blighted everybody then. The whole world's blind relied for it. I eventually we're GONNA BE BLIND. I think he realized was not working so well for him. Yeah Yeah and he really see it looked like based on on the footage they had and what his family said he really struggled with with the aftermath of going of of informing and breaking America. That was all those sacred things to him so when he when he broke America and had to completely changes life. That must have been a cataclysmic change going from from one side of the coin to the other that must have been a major major flip nieces sayings but what I've read as I got into this Talk about men of honor they truly. This is a code. They truly live by these guys career. They they bowed the code but yeah they don't live the code Over there not like ice truly live the code of honor and it was. It was hugely important to stick with that code of honor any good. I think that's why they're bringing more Sicilians over nowadays is because you know not just at the Sicilians will stick to it but the ceilings will go after for years. You've had a lot of informing the American mob will now if you get these more and more Sicilian guys like you see with the Gambino family like Frank Kelly he was Sicilian the more Sicilians. You have the more at risk. Someone's family may be if they decided to inform bell housing. Get keep referring to bill. But he's my he's my guy here and had this insight that reason we haven't had any decent informants and can't sit that came in and really testified and we really have was because Kansas is a small town. And so you leave extended family behind you leave mezzanines and You know if you from a big family you know your whole all you know. Seventy or brothers and sisters aren't GonNa go into witness protection with it so your your take your immediate family. Your children your spouse right and only the assembly only if they testified or dense also so those people are all left Kansas City now. They weren't going to kill him but we're going to ostracize him. And now you bring these Sicilians over mckim thing those dudes who kill them and you'd think twice about going from leaving your brothers and your sisters behind They're your nieces and nephews. If you think some your enemies are GonNa just kill them. Yeah it makes it makes sense. He that's kind of fun for the family. I mean it's one thing if you could could disappear but you have. Everybody knows everybody. Guess that's kind of how it is on Sicily. You know everybody. Everybody knows everybody. 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Oprah and Tracee Ellis Ross: Your Life in Focus

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

08:45 min | 1 year ago

Oprah and Tracee Ellis Ross: Your Life in Focus

"All my goodness look at this. This isn't a room this is beyond a room. Riina thank you for all the way to Dell oh I would fly to Dallas for you. I'd fly to the move. This is actually very first time together. One on one a GAL has dreamed. Well it has been so really meaningful and delightful to watch you from afar. Just flourish just your flourishing and flourishing into everything. It means to be a woman who is completely full as I've been talking earlier full and filled with life to herself. And you say that you're living in abundant you call it juicy life and juicy enjoyable life. What does it look like to you? Well it's interesting. I feel like as I've gotten older I've become more myself and the more I am myself. The more my life looks like me and it's not the same as anybody else's and so it's been this process of first coming to know myself then accept myself. I love myself not on every day. Be kind to myself. Even when I don't feel like I want to be and then ask myself all those questions of what I what I really want from my life talking about. Yes and it's such an intimate journey that has taken time like even after I've discovered the things I like the things I wanna do my dreams who I am then the courage to actually walk towards those things is in and of itself. Its own journey. So I've been watching you from afar and I've seen you do lots of things you the first black woman ever opened the tedtalk. That was incredible. That was one of the one of the scariest things I've ever done. That was but that was fantastic. I like that very much. I thought you were in your power but the thing I loved so much that makes my eyes water. Is that speech that you didn't glamour in two thousand seventeen and you said something at that speech that reminded me of a moment that my Angelou church with me years ago. She said when she was in a really downtime and that she was with someone who said remember God loves you and she said God loves me and the realization of that God here all the title is but you don't realize and you had one of those moments so everybody with that was for us so we walk around. Like I'm doing what I WANNA do. I'm living laugh. I'm Mike Makeup Dreams Happen. I'm putting one foot in front of the other. I'm making it all go. And then you have these moments which actually came journaling. I had broken up with somebody. We'd been broken up with each other for quite some time and somehow I was having a ton of anxiety about telling him again when a repeat had been broken up for some time I had anxiety about telling him I wanted to date other people. What is that? What is that and these are the moments that I say to myself like? What is that like the kind of question like what is running me right now like. What is this dialogue? I'm having where did it come from? Is this some tape? That's mine. Is this a cultural tape? Is this me thinking I have to ask permission of somebody to live my own life and in my journaling I wrote. My Life is mine and it just I mean I say it and it takes my breath away because one doesn't realize really particularly as a woman particularly as a black and Brown woman in this culture. In the swirl of Patriarchy and racism and sexism and all of these things these things that are sort of giving us a map that is not necessarily our own that we can actually make choices for ourselves that are not just externally for ourselves but that actually match that very quiet voice inside our hearts and it launched me into honestly the life. I'm living right now really. So did y'all hear that my life is mine. My Life Mine. I just take a minute. Take a deep breath because the echoes crazy. Are you used arena? Talking here. Seventy thousand feet was a lot of its arena talking. We're arena dog. It's just a little intimate conversation. Yes but when that realization hit you in my life is I would think that that would bring tears to your eyes and that would be. The kind of that would be like Whoa. It brought tears to my eyes also begged a lot of questions where the places where. I'm not living my own life. And so many of the epiphany moments that occur are met with grief and tears and my own judgment and then even when you have a moment like that even when I had this moment of naming those words and holding them and hearing them then also didn't just do it right away everywhere people and you know his moments. It's interesting when I did that. Speech I was terrified to do it. I felt like I needed another three days. I knew it was too long. Didn't have time to cut it down and I kept saying to myself. You are enough just as you are even if you think it should be different you get to show up just as the speeches and that works. This is fine but I was also terrified because I felt like there were such important things going on in the world and I felt like this was not an important thing to talk about the fact that Your Life Is Yours. And empowering other people do the same which it is really the only talk about important. Most important didn't even dawn on me. Then then afterwards I had a lot of shame about having revealed something so vulnerable and then it took me about two years to realize how revolutionary the thought is particularly for a woman. Yes that we know you can applaud for that. That's all of us to actually live in your own life. You know in the seventies speaking of living your own life and what bottling for other women is in the seventies for me. It was very tyler Moore. Mary Mary Richards was on TV. She was a single woman. She was a heroin but she was a fictional character. And in twenty twenty. I know you realizes that a lot of single ladies point to you as an example of what being an unmarried woman could and should look like and I imagine. That's not a role that you ever thought you'd be playing which I like. Many of us was taught to grow up dreaming of my wedding not of my life and I spent many years of my went to the choir and also waiting to be chosen. Well here's the thing I'm the chooser and I can choose to get married if I want to. But in the meantime I am choice. Family single happily gloriously single and. I do wish there were more examples and one of the reasons. I'm okay talking about it and by the way my life is mind. That speech really was geared towards that I was like you know at the time was forty five years old and single and I had just pushed out my fifth kid on television. The irony of that in that context so many people ask the question. Have you ever thought about having children like I mean my child gave my life meaning? I'm like are you saying my life is not meaningful and because of the structure that we live in. It is so easy for me to feel undermined with all the accomplishment that I've had and my accomplishments I don't mean the Walker stuff I mean like I take the garbage out before it stinks like I eat food. That's good for me. I get my sleep. I show up for my friends. And that makes life very meaningful and somehow the rug gets pulled out so quickly when people put me in the you should be married why are why aren't you married yet. Like what's wrong with you. Well you know I got that until my fifties so you got a while to go. I only have three years but people might keep asking me and I don't mind if people keep asking me because every time they asked me. It's an opportunity for me to change the narrative and expand the story of what we can be who we are as

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"riina" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Plus there's this is it my final Bleacher tweets. But you know what with it being my last day? I figure there are a lot of loyal Bleacher tweets out there too many to name, but certainly this season, one of them has become really the first lady of the Bleacher tweet segment one Rena Benin. So we want to send me off in style by bringing Riina on to ask the first question. Reno welcome to the show. Thank you for all your contributions. Absolutely absolutely. So you like there's one hundred percent chance that she's probably answering this question from target field knowing how big of a twins fan. She is you can run right now. So what's the question fire way down? And of course it's twins related as usual. So all the all of the trade rumors rounding, the twins right now are around pitchers such as mad Bom and Will Smith. Would it make more sense for them to acquire position player? I Miguel no has been struggling and the outfield production is severely lacking. Whenever any of the rear out may I suggest Dee Gordon or perhaps Domingo Santana. Yeah. And Rena I think I, I think it makes more sense, just in terms than being in the postseason and trying to advance raw Tober load up on pitching. So at some point, I think they're absolutely going to reliever. They could add a starter. We've talked in the podcast about how it feels like it's going to be a great buyer's market for starting pitchers. So they probably can get one at some point and then position players. Look, you get the sense that with such a big lead twins ownership with very little payroll Gatien's moving forward that they're going to be willing to take on some money. And when you talk to executives baseball, they say they're going to be some great value opportunities is long as you won't take on a little money. De Gordon would be one candidate. I totally agree with you there. Wow. Well done Reno Reno with the perfect execution on the read. I think we should have her rebe leader tweets from now on instead of Farkas. Because we know that he's going to put a Rangers slant on anything. I think she should definitely do the Howard ten every week instead of fork as well base of what we saw with the ranger this week, and it's not out of the question that the twins could be sitting at number one from time to time. Thank you for that Reno moving on. We also had this question from Brian Capri. No. At Dino caprine. Oh, Brian says right now the angels sit eight games behind from Houston and three and a half back in the wild card with their offense finally healthy. Do you see them making a trade for a starter as an optimistic fan? I think a starter can really push them towards a wildcard spot. And they have the farm system to go out and acquire one, I think this, I don't think they're going to make heavy investment with top prospects in the form system. Whatever they add. And yeah, I think they'll add a starter. In fact when I was around the angels last weekend. That was a sentiment among all the players not all the players. But some of the players at least we're saying, look, we need to get a starting pitcher next up. We got one from the high and inside podcast..

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"riina" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"In her life on the Instagram posts. I forget his name fee. Yeah. All this stuff. Spreading these rumors and don't believe alot. We sure. Coachella may have given us a preview of instincts future. So J C, Joey, Kristen Lance they joined our grinding on stage, and they sang tearing up, my heart. Hey, obviously who was missing Justin Timberlake. He couldn't make it because he was finishing up his own tour, and whatever. But now there are reports that those four guys the four boys have been approached about going on work without Justin. We're not really sure if would go for that. Justin said he's done touring. He's made two hundred million dollars. Keep them in a break. Who's not being serious are people buying tickets to see that group without Justin. I don't think. So it's not like the Spice Girls minus that one Spice Girl. And again, I'm not saying this to to disparage like wolf trap. But that's where they could maybe sell out. You know what I mean? I don't know that they do Kaplan arena without Justin. No, that's what I mean. Like, the venue would have to be smaller. Just the four of them decided to do trapper grand smaller theatre space. Maybe massive room. Capital when Riina without. Playing playing FedEx field. Yeah. Adele's pending divorce may be very costly their reports that chain her soon to be ex husband did not have a pre-nup. And if they filed for divorce in California, he may be do half. And she's reportedly worth just over one hundred eighty million dollars. Jennifer garner on the cover of people's the beautiful issue. Besides inspiring women to be themselves. She's the artists ambassador to save the children also co-founded organic cold press baby food company wants a time, and she's sported countless charities through the course of her career and the Spice Girls reunion without Victoria Beckham is said to hit the UK in June. But so far no US dates have been announced. However, there's a rumor swirling that the Spice Girls have been approached to get a residency at Caesar's palace. See that's where that would work if they did a residency like the Spice Girls fans, Victoria Beckham that would probably work for the backstreet, boys. Life. They don't have the heavy hitter in the JT..

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"riina" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Laying out the paddle respect to rainy. The block that heading toward the end board back into the Dallas zone and icing is called against Nashville with a minute twenty nine gone here in the second period. Terry's trying to deflect that a little bit input into neutral zone. Didn't get enough of it causes an icing. Nice little entry you there on the grand. Slow stop up on the boards of any through. It's in that waiting for someone to get there. I like that idea yet parks net net collapses defense around the net. You can make some plays up high. Brennan win the face off. Bob, ro sends it down the right wing side going deep after it is Smith Smith got there almost simultaneously with Bishop Bishop over to the right defense at bishop's, slow play dead almost deal, very deliberate. Yeah. Yeah. Su- ban backhand feed left side at center at Combe toward Forsberg stopped outside the line and force Burke, spun it in. Klingberg for Sega take the right wing side. Yeah. Mark dropped at back and ran off of this shot. Nice. Save Rina and the puck picked up Arvidsson instant Johannesen Johannesen down the right wing drops for Arvidsson Arvidsson from the circle his shot, and that's blocked out of play with two eleven gone in the period. You can see Riina when he when he knows there's a shooter he gets up there. And he challenges that puck and Radloff gets a little drop pass their from heavily does Yanmar cut across the middle drops.

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"riina" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"riina" Discussed on KCRW

"A drug addict Nakahara, can I burn my alive down to the ground. And I couldn't stop drinking, and I took a crap on everyone. And I ruined it so on everybody. So there it is. So we're just going to go out there like that. All right. So. Homeless. So. But you you were musician you were working musician. You're a successful musician. So tell us about that part of your life. Played music since I was fourteen on the road got an assigned band when I came out to Los Angeles. I did all the rockstar stuff and rock music. Metal was where I come from black Sabbath, and you put a needle in your eye socket or drink as much as you can if you can perform in no one cares. So that's what I did. And until I couldn't do it anymore was on higher level and it just right down the toilet. See lost everything. I lost everything. I had someone in recovery group after multiple rehabs, and psych wards and tear me out of my house. What was left of it? I never went to skid row. I've never been down there. Too uppity for that. So I was after they told me out of the house. What was that? I night like the midnight mission. There's a lot of good people on skid row. There's a lot of bad people on skid row. And there was a lot of bad people around that around me, and it was terrifying is ground zero. So when did you? Begin the climb out of that. And how did you do that by bought into recovery because I had nothing left in denial recovery denial, and I let someone else take the reins than I reluctantly took suggestions and. Started going back to school at six months sober time. And I wanted to learn how to just record my own stuff. And I thought music was over. I wrote down my goals, and it was to live in an SRO, and maybe have a part time job because I wasn't boss still hallucinating six months. I thought I was I didn't know what the hell. So I I went to school, and how did you meet Reena and how did that relationship with St. symphony begin? I heard of St. seventy I never saw met VJ arena. Until after I got a scholarship to the San Francisco conservatory music coming out of school. I wrote a piece for the midnight mission is thank you. Because it's this all I had and VJ got a hold of that and asked to play that and he did through this drink quintet. We talked on the phone afterwards. BG asked to be he asked me to be a part of it. And it started off in a small way and ended up being in a big way. He. Enabled me to get musically in my life, far from where would I ever get in school, and I met Riina through fee j and composer in residence, and she offered to give me lessons and. Grew into friendship and lessons, and we have a lot of laughs. And hope that answer your question. And that's I mean, it's a lot of chuckling a lot of serious stuff and a lot of fun your co composers in residence. We are. Yeah. That's fantastic. Great. But how did you hear his piece I was actually giving women who's in this room who I mentioned earlier Georgia Berkovitch who is a member of the board of St. symphony and the director of public affairs at the midnight mission and Georgia had started a program at the midnight mission called music with a mission. And that was the year that we were performing our very first messiah product, which is a single long of excerpts of Handel's messiah at the midnight mission handle wrote it as he was going broke had a stroke. It's going blind and was facing debtor's prison. So in that first year right after handles glorious Hallelujah chorus we brought up a string quintet and offered the premier at the midnight mission of Ben's string quintet midnight at twelve o one. And it was this moment of pause and purpose and poignancy in the program because that music was conceived down. The hall, right? When we talk about skid row, we talk about urban lights. We talk about problems. But we don't talk about one of the greatest recovery zones in the country. Right. We don't talk about the fact that this is a community of such unspeakable resilience, we can praise resilience. But on the other hand, what can we do? So that such resilience doesn't have to be praised. Right. What can we do to realize that there truly is no us and them? Really? Here's more music in a second. But I just wanted to get your all of your thoughts on this question that I have because we are all confronted now with this epoch level of homelessness. It's not just skid row. We see it everywhere in our city and our county here, we are in a nice neighborhood, talking about music, and art and culture. How do you focus the rest of the city on what you have immersed yourself in? How do you make them stop literally and mentally emotionally metaphorically whatever it is? And care you show up. Yeah. Yeah. Right. That's our motto our Stieglitz slogan. That's what you do you. Stop the car you go down, and you don't throw ten bucks at it. And you don't throw your clothes on Thanksgiving Day. Feel great about yourself or go down and Christmas. And hi fi with some hot chocolate and dip, and you go down and you show up consistently and you make it a piece of business to go down and reach your hand up. Look someone in the I shake their hand. And that's a starting point. And then spirit or whatever it is around us guides. You might experience it guides us to start helping. As people we can't have relationships with organizations. Right. We can't necessarily be like, oh, you know, streets and Finney took me to coffee like that's not a thing that could exist. Right. It's it has to be a relationship between people. And you know, like Ben said like he and I have this relationship. That's just us hanging out and doing what we do together. And I think so much of how we see a group of people is by a single Representative who we have a deep meaningful relationship with. So I think it is about actually making those connections. We can change our individual experiences and beliefs by showing up by seeing committed through that spiritual and artistic practice. It's also swims important for us to know that all of these issues intersect with each other the conversation about homelessness is the conversation of racism is the conversation of systemic violence is the conversation of bass incarcerate. Is the conversation of gentrification and the erasure of communities and the impending doom of the twenty two thousand eight Olympics, which is going to erase skid row it's going to erase poor communities of color in south, Los Angeles. So we cannot talk about equity. We cannot talk about diversity if we're not willing to talk about inequality, and poverty, and so it is for us to sit with this truly and understand that we are complicit in creating systems that create skid row because in a sense we do benefit from. And so the taxpayers of Los Angeles have passed triple h right? And yet we live in a system where we say not in my backyard. Ben. I'd be honored to be your neighbor, man. We get into so much trouble. Here you have to say, I am already your neighbor. I don't only want him at back yard. I want you on my front porch. I want you in my home. So this is the conversation that we need to start having. Well, we are going to hear some music now, it's called don's final thoughts. And Ben do you wanna talk about set it up my inspiration for this pieces. Spring of two thousand eleven after multiple rehabs. I step off a curb on van Nuys boulevard, and and and van is in Ventura boulevard. Now's pullback from the bus and I wanted to kill myself because the drug addiction and alcoholism or so bad. That's the madness in my head. And it's nothing more freeing than to know that you just step off a curb, and it's all going to end it went away freedom. And then I was pulled back then. And in the psych ward. And that's basically the DUI later, and that's a journey distraught of my new life. But this is don's final thoughts. Is rising. The Don final thoughts. It's finally over peace at last and now. Now. Now, there's a little piece..

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"riina" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"riina" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The just for laughs audition. Showcase rena. Calm is a veteran comedy scene. If you were hitting up the clubs back and say twenty seventeen twenty eighteen chances are you saw Riina on stage few times a week, but it was two years ago and Rena decided that she wanted to get out and see the world. So she worked hard to book our own national tour and she hit throat. I it was a trip to the east coast than the other way out to California, then a full trip to the midwest. They want to put some more miles on the car and hit the south turns out Rena just kept touring and touring and touring so much she realized the expenses piling up in Chicago, where her home was we're not worth it. So she dumped the apartment she effectively living on the road without home as we explore the place tonight. Rena calm is here to talk about her passion. For performing and that tour life, and what life is like when there is no place to call home Rena calm. My guests and extension. Seven twenty good to see you. So great to be here. Great to see you. And so I've been following this. And and on and off for the last couple years. I've I've been trying to get you in here. And it really has been I'm not in Chicago. And that's hard. That's hard to fathom because I've known you as Chicago comedian all your life talk about the decision back in twenty eighteen to go on the road, everything including me, doing comedy feels like a series of well-timed accidents and just strange decisions that led to this point. And I really started planning tours for practical reasons like to get to family events and trying to like make sense of getting my way down there. I never even had a car for the first decade. I lived in Chicago is you don't need one as I just found out trying to get here. The new offices. My GPS went all out of Wacker. My kidding, okay? I'm not it's terrible down here with the GPS. You think they could figure it out anyway other than that great city? But yeah, it was always like for family stuff. And I would just I guess like compulsively book, myself and other cities plan everything like an escape room. Just put one down really far away on the map, and then try to figure it one of the things that that comes with being a comedian. And it may be a stereotype is that they are disorganized that comedians are performers. I and business people second you have had the you have the ability to organize and to be someone who can put together tours that has to help you in trying to push past the family event and saying, you know, what I can go further to Oregon or maybe pop that back down to California and then hit over Colorado. I finally started trying to map out places that I just really wanted to go in the tour planning, and that definitely helped my mental health. Seeing new places. I long story short, which it has quite a story altogether. But my new goal I think in anything you do. But for me, it's comedy. I think it's important to always make new goals for yourself and always focused on like the next thing. While you're doing the current thing, which may be a way of never enjoying anything. I'm having a great time. But I started at planning stuff out a little further ahead of time and like trying to book new stuff. And so now have ramped up to this weird frenzied pace that I'm comfortable in and am trying to make my new goal. I mean, I have made up minute. I'm trying to accomplish this new goal of hitting fifty states because in comedy, you're always trying to have credits that people have heard of. And I feel like everyone is heard of the fifty states. So that seems like Alaska Hawaii will be quite a drive, but you'll make it happen. I'm working on it. I believe you will. And you know, the interesting. Part of your story. Of course is giving up the apartment I want to get to that in this idea of living without a home. But for you a lot of comedians Sturgis, they're going to make the move out of Chicago and relocate. They might say, you know, what I'm going to go to L A, or maybe I'm going to New York City and wherever the commerce is at I'm ready to do it. Why not make that choice as a comedian to say, you know, what I'm going to go there and set up shop and figure out what I'm gonna do next in my life. I mean, I think I moved to Chicago to get a back door entrance kind of into New York and LA comedy scenes, and I feel great about the connections. I've made them both of those cities. This is like a huge question for me to think about and explain because there's a lot of reasons for it. First of all say that a lot of my friends. Spoiler alert that have moved to New York or LA often find themselves wondering, but where's next? I don't think I think that's a personality type, maybe less of a location issue. I think people just and I think people maybe move out of places like New York less because they can't afford it. It's the ultimate pain in the way that you go to make it. And yet you've put that that idea that you have to pay thirty five hundred dollars a month in rent to make it that's the New York City model so first of all making any amount of money to do. This is like an absolute dream, come true. And I consider myself a success anytime, I get, you know, more than a drink ticket for doing what I love, but you don't make much money, and I was willing to compromise my lifestyle to make it work for the income for tax bracket, which let's not go there. But. This feels like a personal attack. All of a sudden. Maybe audited gulp anyway. To put that out there. Yeah. I started just trying to cut back my expenses. And that's where the whole living like a nomad thing kind of started taking place anyway. And I'm lucky from living in Chicago for so long to have so many connections and other places now where like so many nice people that let me stay with them and treat me like family event. It's I'm never going to repay. It's so overwhelming. A lot of people who might be listening to her stand up comedians or who have lived in any sort of performance lifestyle familiar of the couch to couch concept, but it goes a little further with you because as you expand and you continue to tour you do go to different places where you may not have connections. Sure. And what happens then also when it comes to the couch to couch thing. Try never one of my favorite like gurus for road life. Ramon Rivas used to come to Chicago all the time. Now, he's doing huge stuff all over the country TV and everything, but he used to stay on my couch but only for a couple nights because he didn't want to wear out his welcome. When he taught me a few little maneuvers that keep you moving. But keep you in. Everyone's good graces, I think just to get back to the real reason of not wanting to go to the one of the bigger markets is that I feel like New York and LA have lots of ideas, and I love going places where I'm like blowing their minds because I'm a woman that's talking about sexual freedom and reproductive health and like things that. They're just they don't even know what to do with, you know. So that's like what meant to right now until until ready to have an address. Right. Well, I want to talk about because this this whole episode is about place, and it's about and I kind of been teasing it out with the idea of of what's it like when you don't have a home for you to not have a home to to live a life in which you go gig gig and the road is your home. What impact do you think that has on you? Do you feel that you know, it is it is there? I feel I feel a little bit weird. I it's honestly you're the first person to really I feel like totally understand what I'm going for because I feel like people have had a hard time. Even describing what's going on for me like saying, I'm moving to Texas because I did I moved on my stuff down to Texas. But I was there for three days, and then I hopped back out of Texas, and I left Chicago. But I'm back here a month later, I'll be back here in August. I'm gonna go as many places as I can. To make it work. I think it is important to have a home base in a sense of home. You definitely start to identify with phrasings like home is where the heart is. Yeah. For sure. And I go to the bathroom at WalMart. So there's different factors some of its emotional the second half of that quote. It's home is where the heart and I go to the bathroom at WalMart. Cut that off the home is where the heart is. And you can sleep in a WalMart parking lot pro tip. You know, you're sleeping at a good WalMart when they have signs up that say you can't sleep here. You sleep in your car enough? Right. I mean, I've seen you in different spots on on social media talking about well slept in the car last night. I mean, how often are you doing that? Super often. And now my boyfriend will travel with me a lot too. So that's a much different experience as far as like the snoring. No. The safety factor. It's always been I used to like tuck t shirts and all my windows. Creeps could look in. Because one time I was looking in. And that was terrifying. And I realized he pointed out that with the t shirts tucked in. I look like a creep in the parking lot for sure that's the best way to to take on a creature creeped out greet them. I am though getting a van next month. It won't be glamorous. It won't be fancy will be off Craigslist, and it will be in my budget. So but this lifestyle lifestyle of of really going all road is something that that obviously has its its moments positive and negative. And how do you find the center? How do you find balance in it? So you don't go to high with the highs in too low with the lows, honestly, the road itself is what does that for me because I've had depression, my whole life. I have not been Medicated. Except for a legal things that are legal now, I can say pot. Is after. After seven. Right. It's talking about cooking utensils anyway. So I don't know what you're talking about. Yeah. I mean, I don't take any medication for depression. I'm not in therapy. So one of the ways that I've tried to like, focus and stay positive because comedy is important. But being a happy person is number one for me. I really think that being on the road and driving is an excellent way to stay in the moment because you literally have to be you have to be very, I don't think I could do this. If I wasn't genuinely entertained just looking at clouds, and I don't know if that's meditating because I'm definitely focused at the same time. But yeah, for me, it's been something that I found any all these little road trips. I did before it started being lifestyle and not a trip every time. I would feel this like healing thing happening every time. I would go out and come back and at first coming back to Chicago was like so exciting because I missed it. But now I feel like there's not a lot of stuff I can do in Chicago without somebody here feeling close enough to me that they're like, oh, can you help me do that too? And so there's a little bit of like. People don't know me as well on the road. So I feel like I can just do my best to impress them. And then they're scared to talk to me, which is that's respect respect when they're scared to talk to you after or before show Rena. If you know, you talked about your boyfriend, and you talked about moving your stuff to Texas is there is there a moment where you know, a normal situation. People might say, hey, maybe it's time to settle down in your case. Is there a moment you see an game to where you will pick a city and locate. Yeah, I don't really feel like I don't know how long anything lasts than I don't really feel like any of the decisions that I've made besides comedy have really turned out to be permanent decisions for my life. And I love to do comedy forever. We'll see, you know. But as far as like relocating and stuff like that. I do feel like I'd like to drive around and see more of it and decide where I wanna stay longer. But I you know, I went in without one, and I continue to not truly have a plan..

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"riina" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"At the Dallas line as the stars change up their forwards eight four remaining in the third period. Predators. A four three lead over the stars. Goes into the left side put up the wall theology battles to try to get it out. Now tourists will take care of that. The puck retaken by Dickinson tap from him Dickinson gets it back puts it around sue ban on the wall Fiala on the right side. And then cleared out by sue van? Dickinson on his backhand, going down the right side now into the corner. He got checked their Fiala back. Kansas up the right board out to center ice short Powell tourists. But Pollak got there before tourists could it is Feola flipping the puck in creditors will make a line change. Now. Seven fifteen remaining in the third period. Roman Polak for the stars. When del swingset in around Rene back of the net. Menino on the left wing side. The puck to the corner up the law for Benino tries to loft. It out comes balancing back inside the Dallas wind GRA went up hoping get turned over. Now. Gremaldi got a quick pass from Alice. Dumps it into the Dallas zone. The do for the stars right hand defenseman. Not the puck right of center and angles one and Riina reached up, but that one was wide of the net. Neill? She over as the puck is not down off the shelf, the predators left wing side. Here's Ben powering his way out in front gives the puck back to Alexi AC his shot and Rene holds on six twenty six remaining in the third still four three Nashville. Starts doing pretty good job of a hemming the in their own zone. I don't mind the defensive coverage. But there's a couple guys breaking loose. There may be given them a little bit too much. Now with six six and a half minutes left. You wanna make sure you take care you defensive end. But that doesn't mean you have to stop moving through the zone. The offense is on when you can. That's the best way to run out the clock. Maybe add another one, you know. What? Right side after the face off Nashville zone slipped up by Shubin. Klingberg leaves the puck for him to carry and drops it back and then Klingberg couldn't get three turn pass from Heinz. Up the right side. One hand of the stick initially now both hands. It is brought in by Arvidsson on the right board tip back out by Heinz for rattle off rattle off in across the line. Looking like he might shoot puck rolled away. Now rattled off down low in the right wing corner. Comes over there. With Philip Forsberg Forsberg some help from ban Forsberg's past comes right outside. And now it's picked up by new skin greenie out of his goal and the puck went over to his left side. Out to the blue line. Stick killing now Klingberg outside Fagin with a shot missing. The target put off the board and this will be an icing call against Nashville. No, it's waved off as coming back to pick up the puck for the Dallas Stars. They flip look up in the air to center the flex off Yannick Weber sent back into the zone. Kellyanne crook, put it behind the net. Khudobin quickly twisted it over Richie. Into the middle. Del his past was a head of less boroughs over to the right wing side now Weber with the chew skin. Help added their puck is back candidate his airborne bouncing inside the Dallas line. Glenn del. Withdraw draw a loss to stick in the process. It's back to the bench four forty two remaining. Richie comes out of the Dallas zone. Those is back in flipping off the left boards. Pam us onto the left wing side. The past laid out there for gremaldi guests to center red and sends the puck deep into the Dallas end. The Parkway with a high stick stopping the clock with fifteen thirty six played. We're the third period. Four three Nashville, and this is the fifth. Third Bank Nashville.

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"riina" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"A counts, that's insane. And I'll tell you. Was you put him back on TV? People wanna see him. Actually, all it don't say maybe box, first of all Marcellus. Well, there's no different than Gable. Reside Rosetto headlight twelve amateur fights. He can do it if given the opportunity, and if he dedicates him so other undercard, we gotta get to go ahead. I'll I was gonna say I with wilder. I don't think is it. It's as much hate as you would think I think what it is is there's like this interest in the stature that he's got a statue that he's built. And so I don't think it's as much hate as just like this intrigue. I thought for years he was the worst of the three heavyweights coming up between Brian James Mitchell and kept winning. So it was like this whole time where I just wanted to be right about him. But so I mean, I don't know. But it is a lot of hate to though, you're right. No us on that. Seth mitch. Listen to me, right Jennings and deonte wilder were all three heavyweights that were coming up. They were in the prospect of Riina at the same time. I thought that Seth Mitchell end Brian Jennings were both better American prospects at the time, I was dead wrong. And I admit that. But that was the intrigue for me in the early beginning. I wanna see him lose just because I wanted to be right, but I was dead wrong. And look and even Seth and that's what I'm saying. Even Seth was allowed to rebuild like after he lost the Jonathan banks. He got like Choo Choo Knup's. Maybe even if you only got one he came back versus Jonathan banks not versus Adam Kornacki, man, I don't know what the fuck was going on..

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"riina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Arena, the more. You realize that she has an uncanny ability for finding work to help solve problems and starving. Outfight school was the first time that this natural instincts seemed to kick in she saw women selling food and after for job NC sales with potato likes themes potato and sometimes you get me one potato for my land. Yeah. And did you look forward to gain to school? I'm looking for would go to school because I want to get me a better life, and I want to be someone like special someone look at me and proud of me when you're dreaming of this and determined to make something of yourself living in the pagoda were you happy. Be on us feel like so lonely because she quite owns. He cannot look up to me only meal after her no one can come to help me, and sometimes I cry. So my mom mom. I just feel horrible. All had left of her mom was one photograph. But she never lost. Hope her mom might find it again, and throughout this, of course, Riina had keanae when your mom left you and you alone. And you went to the pagoda your your dog came with you. Did he? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My dog bit me. Yeah. We walked to school together. So I get inside a class. He said. Come back to the Packer out together. Yeah. He's my little younger, brother. Although the none had given Rena a case to.

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"riina" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I kind of built her as a loner that she was maybe like me is a little girl that she didn't have friends. She would spend a lot of time by yourself which opened her up to entities to other was open the energy. She was open. She was open. I'm getting bills again. So she was open. And and I didn't think she had family. I kinda saw her very much alone. However Lee built an entirely different story line for her. First of all in the third one. They gave me a husband. I even possibly thought if they do another one that there had been a child, but I don't think they're going to do that. But that was my thought is that we had had a child who ended up in the further, which I think is a great idea. But I think they're on another road at least the sixth one, maybe at least had her has had her day. I can honestly say, but anyway, so. So in the in the last one. Not only am I not alone. But I've got a brother, and I've got two nieces, and I've got I've got this whole family and an abuse of mother and father and. I mean, I just did never pictured any of that. But with that did actually would Li built is a stronger woman because what he did is my past that I came out of my past becoming the woman, you see in the first one who is very secure very loving, very giving very non ego Centric is about she's a giver. She's not a taker. She's a listener she's also she's a receiver, and the fact that he built that life for her that she grew into a beautiful person out of is a strength that she wouldn't have. She had been a loner so fantastic story. And it was really that was a hard shoot that was such an emotional shoot. For me every way in real real time. It was emotional because here I was. The head of this household so to speak. I was I was a leading film. I was number one on the call sheet. I never really thought about that. Incredible. And the impact that has an other people not even on me. But it was and it was long. It was like six weeks of only three days. I didn't shoot the whole film. I think I was only three days I wasn't in and it was exhausting because it was a very emotional story as well. And anyway, I'm very proud of what we're I've been where I am. And I hope I get to go. I want to be here doing this as long as I can will the bonus part of this now as we wrap this up and people should go. See final wish is we get one Europe story. I told you I was not going to forget, and you just talked about where you've been right? This is how we'll sort of wrap up everything. And and so go ahead. Okay. So I lied to my parents. Good and they financed. My Lai, which is even better because I had no money in my own. My dad gave me traveler's checks to go to Europe. I told them I was going to apply to the core told institute of art. I was an art history. Major at the university of Michigan was true. Okay. I actually sent for the paperwork. I still have it just a pack of paperwork to fill. I never felt it out. The trip started out. My brother was I believe this is the same trip. He was in Sweden on a Fulbright. And we went to visit him. I went to Europe with my family that summer and from there instead of going further with my parents, I told I flew to London, and I was going to meet my girlfriends on the on the Spanish steps in. Spanish steps are they that's an Italy. That was let me think where I started out. Yes. The Spanish steps started out in Italy. So I met Riina Linda in and after about we went to Italy than we were in Paris..

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"riina" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I kind of built her as a loner that she was maybe like me as a little girl that she didn't have friends. She would spend a lot of time by yourself which opened her up to entities to other open the energy was open. She was open. I'm getting bills again. So she was open. And and I didn't think she had family. I kinda saw her very much alone. However Lee built an entirely different story line for her. First of all in the third one. They gave me a husband. I even possibly thought if they do another one that there had been a child, but I don't think they're going to do that. But that was my thought is that we had had a child who ended up in the further, which I think is a great idea. But I think they're on another road at least six long, maybe at least had her has had her day. I can honestly say but anyway, so so in the in the last one. Not only might not alone. But I've got a brother, and I've got two nieces, and I've got I've got this whole family and an abuse of mother and father and. I just never pictured any of that. But with that did actually would lead built is a stronger woman because what he did is my past that I came out of my past becoming the woman, you see in the first one who has very secure very loving, very giving very non EKO Centric is about she's a giver. She's not a taker. She's a listener she's also she's a receiver, and the fact that he built that life for her that she grew into a beautiful person out of is a strength that she wouldn't have she had been a loner. So it's so fantastic story. And it was really that was a hard shoot that was such an emotional shoot. For me every way in real real time. It was emotional because here I was. The head of this household so to speak. I mean, I was I was a leading film. I was number one on the call sheet. I never really thought about that. Incredible. And the impact that has other people not even on me. But it was and it was long. It was like six weeks of only three days. I didn't shoot the whole film. I think I was only three days I wasn't in and it was exhausting because it was very emotional story as well. And anyway, I'm very proud of what where I've been where I am. And I hope I get to go. I want to be here doing this as long as I can will the bonus part of this now as we wrap this up and people should go. See final wish is we get one Europe story. I told you I was not going to forget. And you just talked about where you've been all right? This is how sort of wrap up everything. And and so go ahead. Okay. So I lied to my parents are pretty good and they financed. My Lai, which is even better because I had no money in my own. My dad gave me traveler's checks to go to Europe. And I told him I was going to apply to the core told institute of art. I was an art history. Major at the university of Michigan was true. Okay. I actually sent for the paperwork. I still have it just a pack of paperwork to fill. I never felt it out. I the trip started out. My brother was believed. This is the same trip. He was in Sweden on a Fulbright. And we went to visit him. I went to Europe with my family that summer and from there instead of going further with my parents, I flew to London, and I was going to meet my two girlfriends on the on the Spanish steps. Okay. In. Spanish steps are they that's an Italy. That was let me think where I started out. Yes. The Spanish steps started out in Italy. So I met Riina Linda in and after about we went to Italy than we were in Paris..

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"riina" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"But, but I think the flip side of that is I I'm gonna barris you and tell you that all the time I get people writing to me, and they say I saw so and so at the airport or I saw so and so at a restaurant, you don't know how many people have had pleasant interactions with you. That it really means something to them. And I and I saw the other day someone said they were so nervous to approach you when you wrote. I don't bite you you seem very comfortable interacting with the public. Why shouldn't I I mean, I don't love it better than anybody? You know? That's that's the thing is, you know, you you're a different approach. I mean when I was twenty twenty three twenty four when you have people Casey, you all the time for autographs, and and we don't get that privacy inside restaurant or people coming coming up kind of with you in your own little shell, right? And they shoot visited. But now, you know, I'm not people run up to me anymore. I don't have that level of Danes. And when people do come up to these very nice, usually also, very nice. And and I feel like one time had kids. I think I became a human being, you know, became like every other person in the world. But I mean, I needed because once I was tennis player, you know, you feel like you're a little bit different because you're winning and everybody's Pat on the back, and and you feel special. And you know, people people the way people treat you as the way you feel about yourself. But once I had children and my child my eighties throwing up on my shoulder in an airport and screaming and crying. I'm like a clause. I'm just you know, like everybody else keep your doing chick. What are you? What are you? What are you reading that book? This is like you're you've given the this is a great book proposal. You you need to be paired with with a female author. Right. This all up. This is a great book right here. We'll talk about that offline. All right. This isn't quite how it's supposed. Truthful book, I would have to know. But I think you make this about the wisdom you've found at this stage in the game and how you've managed things gracefully and what you've realized as you've matured. All right. We will talk about this off offline tennis come on. Let's we're less than two weeks away from our first major of the year. If I gave you Novak Djokovic and took the field. Would you take that bet? I would I would take. No that over one hundred twenty seven other people. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I will go out. I'll go with him. The women's side. I would say is perhaps a bit more open. Well, yeah. I mean, I think I think. Okay. I'm you sound like no back is, you know, like Riina was five years ago where you know, you figure she go in three out of four in a year. But I think that the women. I thought this time last year there was the most intuitive potential winners. But I mean, it's I being at the environment and one cooler just get more and more really intriguing and interesting and new players are playing are coming out. And the thing is..

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"riina" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"But, but I think the flip side of that is I I'm gonna barris you and tell you that all the time I get people writing to me, and they say I saw so and so at the airport or I saw so and so at a restaurant, you don't know how many people have had pleasant interactions with you. That it really means something to them. And I and I saw the other day someone said they were so nervous to approach you when you wrote. I don't bite you you seem very comfortable interacting with the public. Why shouldn't I I mean, I don't love it better than anybody? You know? That's that's the thing is, you know, you you're a different approach. I mean when I was twenty twenty three twenty four when you have people Casey, you all the time for autographs, and and we don't get that privacy inside restaurant or people coming coming up kind of with you in your own little shell, right? And they shoot visited. But now, you know, I'm not people run up to me anymore. I don't have that level of Danes. And when people do come up to these very nice, usually also, very nice. And and I feel like one time had kids. I think I became a human being, you know, became like every other person in the world. But I mean, I needed because once I was tennis player, you know, you feel like you're a little bit different because you're winning and everybody's Pat on the back, and and you feel special. And you know, people people the way people treat you as the way you feel about yourself. But once I had children and my child my eighties throwing up on my shoulder in an airport and screaming and crying. I'm like a clause. I'm just you know, like everybody else keep your doing chick. What are you? What are you? What are you reading that book? This is like you're you've given the this is a great book proposal. You you need to be paired with with a female author. Right. This all up. This is a great book right here. We'll talk about that offline. All right. This isn't quite how it's supposed. Truthful book, I would have to know. But I think you make this about the wisdom you've found at this stage in the game and how you've managed things gracefully and what you've realized as you've matured. All right. We will talk about this off offline tennis come on. Let's we're less than two weeks away from our first major of the year. If I gave you Novak Djokovic and took the field. Would you take that bet? I would I would take. No that over one hundred twenty seven other people. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I will go out. I'll go with him. The women's side. I would say is perhaps a bit more open. Well, yeah. I mean, I think I think. Okay. I'm you sound like no back is, you know, like Riina was five years ago where you know, you figure she go in three out of four in a year. But I think that the women. I thought this time last year there was the most intuitive potential winners. But I mean, it's I being at the environment and one cooler just get more and more really intriguing and interesting and new players are playing are coming out. And the thing is..

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"riina" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"riina" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"I'm you out though. Al good everyone else is playing but we're all thinking the warriors. You're still gonna win the championship. I mean, it is what it is. I think the basketball season so far has been good this year. I mean, we're not seeing the warriors run away with it just yet. And you know, maybe maybe something happens. Like, maybe since the words aren't playing at the restaurant. Now, maybe it is something where other teams catch ground on them and still game seven. I don't know see the videos of like all the gods all this work gods, having a meeting together DC those videos like I think Bleacher report does them. I don't think so. Well, that's like basketball's like I I didn't I didn't give him the game. Like, I gave Kobe Greg send-off. I think that was good for everybody. I wonder what he's saying. I'm like, yeah. I'm gonna give the warriors a little bit of trouble. But I'm gonna give him a championship app later on. Yeah. Maybe so that's the meeting. That's how it's going down. I think one thing that we need to point out in this game was maybe what was the worst miscall ever in the history of sports, not just basketball, and there have been some bad. No travel calls. Also, I know it's a little reactionary to. Say, but it was parable. Kevin Durant saved a ball. But he didn't save a ball. He was he's at abounds her good ten steps before he tried to save that ball. He was out of bounds. Ten Steph see at both feet out of bounds. He never even came close hopping out of balance for some reason like they can he was still inbound, but he was way outta bounce. This is a good foot in the crazy thing about it. If you haven't seen it, please check it out. You would laugh you it's opening on you. We're talking about. But the crazy thing is you have three referees on the court in only two of them had great views of the play. They could see down the line one base. I years the attire Riina had a good look at it. I think their fans closer to being imbalanced in. Kevin Durant was oh one. Yeah. The guys in the front. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And yeah, he was asked about after the game. Kevin Durant was asked by reporter. And he said that he had seen the play on replaying that he knew he was out of balance. And but he was not cer-. Surprised that they didn't call because they had missed a lot of calls during the game. That's okay. That's like saying like, yeah. The the pitcher made a lot of their umpire me a lot of balls and strikes. But when the guy jumped over the fence and took the home run away from the player. Yeah. That's that's bad. Call. I think it's interesting just because I mean, Kevin Durant obviously knew that he was out of bounds and everything in it. Just kind of I don't think it was disrespectful for him to say that. But it just kind of highlights how. Pour that call was. And also it makes you wonder if anything will happen. I know that the they make repercussions aim to find some they need to find some every last two minute report in like usually details over what calls or made y. And if there was a miscall, they what what ha-? Yeah. What's this one? How they get a get them out of his whole resolve with the NFL this year where referee had a bad week. And he was let go in like middle of the season. All these rapture be hired that that's the case. It is something to we need. We need a college for referees. They need four years of referee college, and then they can be in like a professional setting. Well, I mean, I think these referees. Are you know what I mean? Like, I think they have the qualifications. But it doesn't mean that doesn't feel like they do right? I'm sorry. I I'm not defending the refugees here. But I'm saying that it's not like these guys are like, oh, I took refereeing one. A one, and I'm refereeing MBA. Get my these are officials who have done every level, you know in. Yes, I will say, admittedly. So when I go to sporting events, I always think that the NBA games that I go to the officiating is the worst..

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Tour bus headed to the Masters​ golf tournament flips on Georgia highway

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Tour bus headed to the Masters​ golf tournament flips on Georgia highway

"The next jeff goldman thank you very much severe weather is in the forecast for millions tomorrow with record low temperatures and snow this weekend where it seldom seen this time of year meteorologist eric fisher is tracking the wild weather eric we keep going back to this what's happening now we got to stop meeting like this jeff more cold moving its way on it and more snow as well some towns across the plain set all time april cold temperatures earlier this week then look at the lowes moving in here as we start the weekend more single digits and teens definitely not an april feel and more record lows are expected with this cold air outbreak then we look toward the warmer side of the storm system severe storms likely from eastern texas stretching across texarkana and into mississippi few tornadoes early some damaging wind gusts large hail all possible on friday then we got to the next snow while we have a clipper bringing some lighter snowfalls across the interior parts of the northeast tomorrow bands of snow all the way down into virginia as we head toward friday evening into saturday morning not a lot of snow jeff but a little bit of snow and a lot of places if dc gets one inch it's the most there since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and april eric fisher thanks very much a charter bus headed for the masters golf tournament in atlanta crashed on a georgia interstate today masters isn't a gun i i should say nine passengers are in the hospital the driver is under arrest riina nine and has more on this the bus carrying eighteen passengers to the masters tournament overturned in the median on georgia's i twenty shortly before nine am the driver sixty one year old stephen hop and brower was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane georgia state police confirmed he was under the influence of drugs but did not say what kind of passengers were transported to area hospitals with injury conditions ranging from critical to good incredibly blessed to walk away from something like this with nothing more than a cut passengers say that they noticed the driver swerving before they went off the road several of the injured remain in the hospital tonight jeff good to have you here i'm glad to hear everybody's he was one of the.

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'Star Wars' composer John Williams to quit franchise after Episode IX

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 4 years ago

'Star Wars' composer John Williams to quit franchise after Episode IX

"This is a my top dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment to dug up a lot of good dirt on my top might listener serena williams is making a return to tennis tomorrow which by the way is international women's day williams made the announcement on instagram she will be playing the riina dyas at indian wells in california williams has already winning she recently appeared in a new nike commercial and her sister venus says arena is ready and we'll be just by so nice to see serena williams back on the court and twin of our johnson posted a video saying his twoyearold daughter had some kind of medical emergency but that she's okay now while the rock also thank the la fire department and ucla medical team for coming to the rescue so it seems like it was a pretty serious incident could pledge she studio can and composer john williams says his score for star wars episode nine will be his last for the franchise williams of course the composer behind such movies as jaws et and indiana jones and he said about scoring the next star wars movie i look forward to it it will round out a series of nine that will be quite enough for me and williams currently holds the records for the most academy award nominations were living person he's been nominated fifty one time swatow pre is does he just want a retired now that he's '86 is that what he's telling campaign maybe he's a little tired yeah baby he wants you enjoy some time off right and finally madonna and kim kardashian took selfie santosh beauty secrets at the launch of the donnas mdna skincare line last night in beverly hills without associates obsessed with spring water on herself she says it gives her energy oxley this would barking underhill with us up that i just came my own shower with me why are you not marketing this yulia as he also pointed out the importance of staying at at the sun and kim said she wrote an obsessed with that her whole life yeah and kemp says she enjoys going to the doctor with people to point out where they need boat talked on their face tori implants and thereby italy exactly she didn't say where the boat talks was being injected exactly burial that's all that are at.

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