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A highlight from YSAs and Church History Questions
"Hey everyone, this is Kurt Frank. I'm the host of the leading Saints podcast and I'm excited to help premiere a new podcast That is actually produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints This podcast is called at the table creating space for single members of the church I actually had the pleasure of partnering with the church to help produce this podcast And so I wanted to make sure the leading Saints audience is aware of it This is the final episode that we are publishing on the leading Saints podcast feed We encourage you to listen to the other episodes by subscribing to the at the table podcast on whatever platform You are listening to leading Saints to help the church improve the podcast content There is a link in the show notes for this specific episode after listening We encourage you to take the time to fill out that short feedback survey now Let's jump into this week's episode where we'll hear young single adults and church history topics Welcome to the at the table podcast a production of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints on this podcast We aim to explore how church leaders can more effectively understand and utilize the voices of young single adults In their words and stakes you'll hear from experienced church leaders and young single adults about best practices Inspiring stories and encouraging methods to help us all follow Jesus Christ together. My name is Kami Castrijon I'm originally from Colombia. I was born and raised there and I moved to the United States when I was 16 I moved to the big city of New York and that's where I joined the church and then soon after I served my mission in Riverside California then after my mission I moved to Utah and I've been here ever since I love dancing Especially salsa hiking baking and I am thrilled to be part of this Amazing podcast at the table. I'm Jared Pearson. I have the pleasure to be a co -host on the at table podcast I am currently in Provo Utah, but I was born and raised in Livermore, California right outside San Francisco, California I ended up serving my mission in New Hampshire the New Hampshire Manchester mission and some of my favorite things are playing pickleball Tennis or staying inside playing some board games or reading books as well, and I'm just really excited to be part of this Welcome back to the at the table podcast. I'm here with Jared. Hey, how's it going? Great, and we're here with Claire and Matt. Welcome Claire and Matt. Hi happy to be here. Thank you. Thank you we're gonna start with just getting to know you if you can tell us about who you are and What you do we're talking to church historians here and we're excited to learn more about what you do Well, I'm Claire Haney, I'm an associate historian with the church history department I've been there for a little over four years My background is in history from BYU and a master's degree in history from Oxford University I've been with the church history department ever since I graduated Cool. What about you Matt? My Matt McBride and I'm the director of publications for church history. I'm a historian I was trying I went to graduate school up at the University of Utah and I've worked at the church history department for about 12 years and love it. We work on the Joseph Smith papers. We work on Saints, which is the church's official history the four volume history and It's just a really great place to be So we're here today and we're talking in the context of YSAs and YSA leaders and we kind of just wanted to outline What are you hoping to accomplish here today and talking about churches for your other topics as well? Well as a As a member of this demographic as a YSA myself I would say I have a lot of close friends and family members who have struggled with church history questions and have not always known how to find the right resources and have not always been met with with empathy and with understanding as they've brought those questions to leaders in the church So what we're hoping to do today is is provide some some helpful tips and guidance of how to help leaders and and Those they lead to feel like they have access to the resources that they need to find answers to their questions maybe add that All of us may be in one way or another experience that something traumatic in our in our lives And it certainly can be traumatic sometimes to discover something about church history that that maybe troubles you or something You didn't know about and it's new but one of the most important Things that somebody who's had that kind of an experience needs is a nurturing relationship to help them through it and so so I think that's maybe the most important thing we could focus on is how We can as people in a position to counsel and help and support those who have questions about church history How can we how can we provide that kind of a nurturing relationship that will help them land in a in a good place? Thank you for that Being a YSA too.
A highlight from YSAs and Mental Health
"Hey everyone, this is Kurt Frankam, the host of the Leading Saints Podcast, and I'm excited to announce that we will be helping premiere a new podcast that is actually produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints. This podcast is called At the Table, creating space for single members of the Church. I actually had the pleasure of partnering with the Church to help produce this podcast, and so I wanted to make sure the Leading Saints audience is aware of it. This is episode 2 of 3 that we will be publishing on the Leading Saints podcast feed to give you a little flavor, and then you can hear the other episodes by subscribing to the At the Table podcast on whatever platform you are listening to, Leading Saints. This will most likely be a semi -annual series. To help the Church improve the podcast content, there is a link in the show notes to a feedback survey for each episode. After listening to each episode, we encourage you to take the time to fill out that short survey. Let's jump into this week's episode about young single adults and mental health. Welcome to the At the Table podcast, a production of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints. On this podcast, we aim to explore how Church leaders can more effectively understand and utilize the voices of young single adults in their words and stakes. You'll hear from experienced Church leaders and young single adults about best practices, inspiring stories, and encouraging methods to help us all follow Jesus Christ together. My name is Kami Castrijon. I'm originally from Columbia. I was born and raised there, and I moved to the United States when I was 16. I moved to the big city of New York, and that's where I joined the Church. And then soon after, I served my mission in Riverside, California. Then after my mission, I moved to Utah, and I've been here ever since. I love dancing, especially salsa, hiking, baking, and I am thrilled to be part of this amazing podcast At the Table. I'm Jared Pearson. I have the pleasure to be a co -host on the At the Table podcast. I'm currently in Provo, Utah, but I was born and raised in Livermore, California, right outside San Francisco, California. I ended up serving my mission in New Hampshire, the New Hampshire -Manchester mission. And some of my favorite things are playing pickleball, tennis, or staying inside playing some board games, or reading books as well. And I'm just really excited to be part of this. Thank you for being here today, Sheldon and Xochitl. We're so happy to have you here and to hear from your experiences, hear your insights, and we want our listeners to get to know you too. So why don't you go ahead and introduce yourselves and tell us a little bit about you and your story. So I'm here to speak about my mental health journey. I'm a little nervous because it's usually easier for me to write out my experience. I think this will probably be my first time outside of therapy that I'm going to be sharing my journey, my whole journey with someone else. So I hope that's able to help other people as well. I'm Sheldon. My whole life professionally, I think, has revolved around people, whether that's as a professional therapist or building products or programs. It's always trying to strengthen and help people, especially in situations where they may have emotional or mental health needs and the things we can do to support them and to learn from them. So I'm a licensed therapist. I received my doctorate degree at Arizona State in healthcare solutions. It's just led me into a space where I love trying to figure out the things that are heavy for us as human beings, whether it's through private practice therapy or how to strengthen a community, just how to get stronger together. So both of you have had kind of different perspectives on mental health and YSAs and people in general and like what kind of struggles people go through. And we're trying to like demystify what happens behind the scenes. And so you being a YSA, so you've experienced things yourselves and I'm sure Sheldon, you've seen a lot of things in your profession, other experiences as well. And you've both kind of seen the sides of mental health and like what it can do for you. And I just would like to get a quick rundown on both of your experiences and what you've seen in your lives with mental health and how that's affected you. I've battled like depression and OCD for a long time since I was 14. Thing was my family at the time did not believe that depression and mental health stuff existed. They always denied it. They're like, nope. So when I recognized I was like depressed, I couldn't feel anything inside. My mom basically told me to buck it up and just stop feeling that way. And so it was really hard for me from middle school to high school, just like having to battle my own demons inside my head, thinking that it's not real, that it's not true. It really hit my self -esteem a lot. And when I went to college, I was able to like put on the back burner for a bit, but once I got closer to my graduation date, the barrier I had built just broke and everything spilled out. I remember just for like weeks, I was like, things aren't feeling positive. I'm not feeling motivated. I'm not sure what's wrong. Everything's going right in life. And then I remember one day as I'm leaving campus, I have to take this ramp up to go over a bridge, over the road to get to my car. And I remember like imagining like someone could just fall off that wall and hit the road below. And as I was going over the bridge, I broke down because at that moment I realized it was me. I wanted to throw myself off that wall. And so I just, I cried right there watching the cars go by under me.
A highlight from Leaders Perspectives on Strengthening YSA
"Hey everyone, this is Kurt Frankam, the host of the Leading Saints podcast, and I'm excited to announce that we will be helping premiere a new podcast that is actually produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints. This podcast is called At the Table, creating space for single members of the church. I actually had the pleasure of partnering with the church to produce this podcast, and so I wanted to make sure the Leading Saints audience is aware of it. We will be publishing three episodes over the next three weeks on the Leading Saints podcast feed to give you a little flavor, and then you can hear the other episodes by subscribing to the At the Table podcast on whatever platform you listen to Leading Saints. This will most likely be a semi -annual series. To help the church improve the podcast content, each episode will have a link in the show notes for a feedback survey. After listening to each episode, we encourage you to take the time to fill out this short feedback survey. Now let's jump into the first episode. on the At the Table podcast. I'm currently in Provo, Utah, but I was born and raised in Livermore, California, right outside San Francisco, California. I ended up serving my mission in New Hampshire, the New Hampshire -Manchester mission, and some of my favorite things are playing pickleball, tennis, or staying inside playing some board games or reading books as well. And I'm just really excited to be part of this. My name is Kami Castrijon. I'm originally from Colombia. I was born and raised there, and I moved to the United States when I was 16. I moved to the big city of New York, and that's where I joined the church. And then soon after, I served my mission in Riverside, California. Then after my mission, I moved to Utah, and I've been here ever since. I love dancing, especially salsa, hiking, baking, and I am thrilled to be part of this amazing podcast At the Table. I'm Kami Castrijon, and we're happy to be here at the institute, and we're here with some phenomenal leaders, and we'll give you the time to introduce yourselves. All right, my name is Bishop Wessel. I am the bishop of a geographic ward north of here, and I've been the bishop for about two and a half years. I'm President Bigelow. I'm the stake president of the Riverton YSA stake. I am President Boha, the second councilor in the stake presidency of the Riverton Young Single Adult Sake. We have this new document, this strengthening YSA that was just released in the library, and we just kind of want to go through with initial thoughts and impressions that you have or anything like that. Like, what did you think when you first saw this document or when you piloted these things in your ward? Yeah, I'll jump in there. Just the idea that the church is thinking about young single adults and trying to come up with something to address young single adult needs, and their participation in the church I thought was awesome, was amazing. As I look at the church, I think it's really well organized for the youth, and it's really well organized for older people. Maybe there's some opportunity there in the middle for young single adults for us as an organization to meet the needs or interact with young single adults in a better way and invite them, invite you to come in and participate in this church that is ours together. And so I was really excited to see that the church was doing something there. It just, when we were called to stake presidency, the General Authority 70 who came made a comment. He said to our stake, he said, this is not, he said, I want you to think about yourself as a YSA stake. You are a stake of Zion, just like any other stake in the church. And I think this document really speaks to that idea of young single adults taking the leadership roles for their stake. But there's a wonderful balance that can come when you have some people who have had lots of years of experience together, yoked together equally with young single adults to create some pretty spectacular things. And I think that's what I felt as I went through the document is that this is setting the stage for a great deal of growth for young single adults. You know, it just really just got broadcasted and put on the tools. For me, it started, my awareness kind of started when the, when him and his wife gave the fireside for young single adults. You know, at the moment I was teaching a class for single adults in my stake. And then they had the broadcast that came out in May where him and Sister Nelson talked. And in his beginning speech, he said, they've been waiting months for this. So, it'd been something that he's been inspired to kind of head and to be able to address the young adults before anybody, you know, in the beginning of the year. And so, he also gave that charge for us to take charge of our testimonies. He gave that to the young adults first. And then he mentioned it again during conference, where he says, hey, I just want to remind you of the charge I gave to the young adults. And this is something that I guess I boast of the young adults is he kind of gave the young adults the charge first. And he's kind of like giving the young adults the baton and saying, hey, here you go. You run with this. You're the one that's going to do it. And so, you know, that, and I don't know if in sequence that was planned or not, but just his ability to say, young adults, I'm going to give you the charge to take charge of your testimonies. And then he gives a couple principles and teaches us about that. But just glad to be able to take this on and apply it to our great members of the young adults. I mean, you've kind of got our responses as leaders. How do you young adults feel as you kind of see the initiative of the church coming out with special attention to your growth, especially in your leadership skills and your leadership abilities? I mean, how does that make you feel? You're the direct, I guess, the direct audience of this revelation and of this initiative. How does that make you feel? No, I love that question. And I was, as you were speaking, I was trying to think of my experience in the YSA world, I guess, because I'm a convert to the church and I was baptized when I was 17. And I remember when I turned 18, I was in New York and I didn't want to move to a YSA ward. I wanted to stay in my family ward. I was kind of scared. I went and visited the YSA ward there and I just didn't feel like I belonged, you know? And then I went on my mission, moved to Utah, and I've been here for a few years, but it wasn't until recently that I felt like I belonged somewhere, that I had, that my voice counted, you know? And I've been able to see how other friends of mine, and I was in a Spanish YSA ward, and so it was great for me to see how our culture, our Hispanic culture, we're being given the opportunity to lead and to learn more about how everything works in the church, especially like me being a convert. I didn't really know how everything worked. And so when I was given the opportunity to lead, I was given a calling and that's how I started understanding, oh, this is how the church works. This is how we do things and we often hear that we're going to be the future of the church. We are right now leading the church and I think that's great. So that's been my experience.
"riverside california" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Partnership is something we're really excited about. Nice, yeah. I think that and Corey even says it's too big on the supply side and just saying telling every business owner because that's if there's push and pull, right? That's obviously what supply and demand is. But making sure and I mentioned this earlier to every person, every store I go into the last four or 5 months, no matter what is liquor store, grocery store. It doesn't matter what it is, always asking, hey do you accept payments? And then I love the orange peel app because then you can start really putting the face of the name in a way because before like months ago before I even met you guys stuff like that. It was just kind of like you just say it to people. But now you can actually have something open and be like, hey, look guys, before it's just like face to face like talking to them, they're kind of like, okay, whatever, great, but the more business owners and local business owners and the micro hear that, the more they're going to be like, okay, what's going on? So now you have the ability to open that up and say, hey, look guys, here's the map. You're just going on and actually show them something. So it's definitely a different compounded effect. Yeah, absolutely. And one of the, like I said, the developers on this team are just insane. They're always putting some new little cool updates or something like that. The one that came out this week, it sounds simple. But you think about it, it's cool. Like in the search function, when you type in your area or you type in whatever interest you're looking at, it will give you a number. So it'll say like, okay, I'm looking for people that like to mine Bitcoin that are in my area. So let's say there's ten or it'll give you that kind of quick feedback number as far as if I just, you know, I live in riverside California, doxxing myself right now, but I live in the city and I don't mind 'cause I want to make connections with other bitcoiners in real life. It'll say, okay, you have 30 people within 20 or 30 miles of you, that sort of thing. So that's really powerful, but like you said, when I can walk into a merchant and not just say like, hey, look at there's people in this app and I can scroll around and I can kind of give you an idea. Like, I can show you a hard number in real time. And like I said, you can even put interest in. So I can show you people that are close to you that are interested in the very thing that you sell. And so, I mean, it's a really powerful tool. And that's what's so cool. I mean, when you go to conferences, I remember thinking when I was sitting in the audience again, I keep showing Pacific Bitcoin, but I mean, I'm in good company for that. I remember seeing sitting there and listening to the different people building lightning or just different projects of what people were working on. This is such an exciting time to be involved in Bitcoin because the building that's happening right now is literally the infrastructure that that's leading to the future that we all want. So we all have an opportunity today, whether it's signing up for orange peel out, where it's backing the lightning operation or it's just learning, again, going to sessions channel and learning about the stuff. We can build in real time the future that we want to have happen. Who was it? I think it's simply Bitcoin. The guy from sibling Bitcoin was on with Matteo a few months back. And he basically hit this great line. He said, hyper Bitcoin is going to happen today if we all decide that we want it to. Like if we go out there and we just sweep the world with Bitcoin tools, like it's going to happen. It can happen today, but we just have to kind of by sheer force of will make it happen. But we need tools, those tools exist now, which is the good news. All right, I'm going to jump in here for one second and say that somehow Brian snuck in here under the radar, it was just brought to my attention by Jacob. That this is Brian demin, by the way, who's speaking, the Amazon bestseller of Bitcoin evangelism. And Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt. For those of you who didn't know who this dude is. I'm glad you brought it up, Alex, because I was about to in a couple of minutes before we got off. So you can orange tell you. And then choke you out. And he's also told the opposite order. The second option seems like I'm going to retain much less information. Now that you've been subdued, allow me to tell you about Bitcoin. But going back to social layer, I mean, at the end of the day, this is why we all win. We're talking about the micro and talking to business and things like that. And the social layer, what orange orange build app truly does and what Brian was talking about earlier at the conference and what Alex, you were talking about and we sat there for hours and it just physically Matt, we've obviously met over the Internet, but just physically Matt, we're going into these deep things in every conversation was like that. I mean, you'd like to say it was unique or like, hey, this one person. I mean, there was definitely maybe some that stood out more than others, but the ability for bitcoins to do business with each other and meet up with each other outside of just conferences, obviously. And the more the economy takes hold, the more that becomes. And I think that was the thing with the conference too. Everyone just was like, my gosh, this was a glimpse into the future. This was specific Bitcoin for a lot of people, was that this could be in this will be what it will be like in 5 years and ten years in orange palace, all these things just speed that up and help that adoption. Okay, question. Is there a way this is a question coming in from text? I also had, you know, the first time I heard about orange build out, this same line of thinking went right through my head was, this is coming from simplest Bitcoin book. Can you talk more about security? Is the cost to join really sufficient to prevent the social fishing scammers of the social shall we say social attacks, the social engineering security attacks who understand the value and future value of Bitcoin, knowing the physical location of bitcoiners seems a little dodgy potentially. So have you guys thought about this? What kind of security protocols can be used either by people who are using the app or things that maybe you guys can build that will help account for some of this. That's a great question. I was going to say, you guys are all being too nice this morning. So we need a little pushback. So yeah, this is, I mean, this is the number one thing, and this is what because everybody on the team are 100% bitcoiners. So this was like in the DNA of the company. How do we get people to meet in real life? And it also not be an attack vector, right? Those are two things that seem like they're almost in opposition. But the beautiful thing of the app is you can literally be as anonymous as you want to be. You have to give no real information. You can make a proton at male email, you can make it whatever email you want to use. Just a one off email, you can pay in sats. You don't have to give any KYC. I mean, you don't give any KYC. We don't even ask KYC. You can put whatever name in the profile you want. But whatever picture in the profile you want. And so you can just use the tool for what it is. You can use it free of identity. And then you can reveal your identity in person. To anybody you choose. If you want that. And so, you know, there's always going to be a bit of discretion when it comes to meeting with people in real life. And so we would just say exercise all the regular discretion that you would otherwise, you know, when you're meeting, I would avoid situations. Like you mentioned, maybe inviting somebody over to your room on the first evening that you meet them through the app, that sort of thing. If they're sending you pictures and claiming that they're a very beautiful female. Careful. Dude. Yeah, exactly. We're all not that good-looking. So the good-looking women, if they're talking to us, let's just be a little cautious, you know? That's fine. There are some actually beautiful women on the app. So I guess you can believe me. You're just show up to your first date role in deep with your boys too. If you're really concerned about it. Yeah,
"riverside california" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Police are looking for a man in connection to a deadly shooting late Thursday night in The Bronx. Paul de Castro reports. Police say 42 year old Jeffrey Pierre was arguing with another man outside a bar on White Plains road in the Wakefield section just before midnight, Pierre was shot in the torso multiple times and was rushed to a nearby hospital, but doctors couldn't save him, according to cops, the suspect was wearing gray sweatpants and drove off in a silver Jeep, no arrests have been made. Paul de Castro, New York. A key measure of inflation shows prices may have peaked. The personal consumption expenditures price index rose 5 and a half percent in November from one year ago. That's down from October's rate of 6.1%. It's the lowest PCE reading since October of last year. The report also showed consumer spending continued to rise last month, but at a slower rate than October. The Virginia cop who catfished a 15 year old California girl used a family member as a reference when applying for a job as a sheriff's deputy. Julie Ryan reports. According to the times, Austin Lee Edwards uses dad and a close friend as character references when he applied for a job with the Washington county sheriff's office in Virginia. He worked there for 9 days before traveling to riverside California to the home of the teenager he baited online and killed her mom and grandparents before killing himself, prior to that, Edwards worked for the Virginia state police for 9 months, a Virginia state police spokesperson said nothing of concern was found during the hiring process and blamed human error for things missed during his background check. I'm Julie Ryan. The mega millions jackpot is now past the half $1 billion mark. Lottery officials say no one picked all 6 numbers and last night's drawing. That means Tuesday's jackpot in the multi state lottery game will be worth $565 million. I'm Trey Thomas. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The largest U.S. grid operator is a leaning on more than 65 million people to conserve electricity to keep the
"riverside california" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"I would venture to say that Peter Wolfe was more influenced by all of the old soul bands that he was influenced by back in the day far more than watching Steven Tyler. Steven Tyler is an amazing, amazing frontman, but I think you're way off fucking base there. I know you know all right, let me tell you. I know the tact by the Jay Giles fans because mock Friedman is another one who just messaged wolf in his day where far better. They're both big Jay Giles fans. So is Mark and Dave Phillips, are they from the northeast? Yeah. Yeah, I believe they are, yeah. I know. You know what? Mark and Dave have to realize and Scott, you may have a broader perspective about this, but like we in the northeast think that the Jay Giles band is this huge, huge band. I came down not everywhere. They weren't. Not everywhere. I came to find they were a popular band, no question about it, but they didn't have the presence in the popularity that they did in the northeast as I travel your country as they traveled the country. I found, as you did, I found in the military that Jay Giles was not a popular band outside of New England. Then known because of xenophon, right? But you didn't hear people playing that shit in their cars. No, you know what, look, like in the northeast, then in Boston, in particular, we hold the Jay Giles band up like, you know, with Aerosmith and with, you know, like, you know, bands like bad company. Or and you know what the reality of it is, is when you go to Arizona, the Jake Austin is probably more in the catalog in the category of Molly hatchet or a fog hat. Yeah, we know who they are. Yeah, you know who they are. But name a song other than sine fold. I'm not asking you. I'm not asking you that. I'm asking the people in Arizona. You know? And the people in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Sacramento, California, riverside, California. All over. LA, ask them to name another song other than xenophobia. It says, did you ever see Jay Giles Ben live? I personally never saw them. I was not a big what? You never saw the Giles been? No. So here's a homework assignment for you. You know, since you're blabbing, wait, wait, wait, wait. Just shut up for a second before I fly down to the shuttle. 59 year old. Come on. Let's go. Jack puts up the duke's like a fucking, like a 79 year old guy puts up the dukes. The backs of his hands showing first. Come on, sunny boy. Time to
"riverside california" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The national average at $3 and 55 cents a gallon, and French president Emmanuel Macron will be in Washington next week to strengthen ties with the United States. Brad Siegel has the very latest. French sources tell Reuters that Macron and President Biden will discuss the U.S. inflation reduction act, a huge subsidy package for U.S. manufacturers that European leaders say could hurt their industries. A French presidential adviser says Macron will try to negotiate exemptions for European companies, similar to those the U.S. has made for Mexico and Canada. The French leader will also visit Louisiana next week where French oil giant total energies owns a natural gas terminal in the Gulf of Mexico. I'm Jim Forbes. Former Arizona TV news anchor Carrie Lake is suing Maricopa County election officials. The Republican candidate for governors accusing county officials of breaking election laws and demanding an explanation of election day printer issues, Lake claims that 118 voting locations may have experienced problems. Maricopa County officials declined to comment, Democrat Kenny Hobbs was declared winner of the governor's race last week, Lake has refused to concede. The man suspected of killing three people found in a burning home in riverside California was killed by sheriff's deputies, Bill Ferrer has the very latest. Authorities say they were able to track him down in the Mojave desert in the town of needles. San Bernardino sheriff said deputies killed the unidentified suspect during what they described as a lethal force encounter on Friday afternoon, investigators say a female who was in the suspect's car is currently safe and with law enforcement, no word on the age gender or names of the victims in that burning house or the suspect detectives from riverside and San Bernardino counties are investigating. I'm Phil farrar. Elon Musk says he'll support Florida governor Ron DeSantis if he runs for president in 2024. The newly minted Twitter owner gave his endorsement in a response to a user question posted on Friday. Prior to giving his answer, Musk said that his preferred candidate is someone quote sensible and centrist. He has yet to confirm if he intends to run, and California governor Gavin Newsom says he will not be running for president in 2024, even if President Biden chooses not to. In an interview with Politico, Newsom said he told The White House he was quote all in on Biden running again. While he was firm about his decision for 2024, he did not rule out the chance in 2028. And that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update the Jets have a great chance to re solidify their position in the AFC playoff picture when they welcome the Chicago Bears on Sunday, 1 o'clock kick off the bears. They have big challenges just like the jets do. Chicago just three and 8 and their quarterback situation is unstable. That's because Justin field has an injured shoulder. He's likely to not play and the bears will maybe go with Trevor Simeon as their quarterback and you know about the jets quarterback situation Zach Wilson is going to sit this out in favor of Mike white. Jets are 6 and four. So you can not underscore the importance of Sunday's game. Let's shift to hockey the rangers were on their home ice on Saturday. Everything was great until the third period started and that's when Edmonton rolled off four unanswered goals and went out with a four to three win. So the rangers lose big, they'll play New Jersey on Monday. College football all over the place this weekend, some big games. Number 5 LSU loss and that pretty much ends their chances to be a factor in the college football playoff. The big upset win was number three Michigan throttling second ranked Ohio State in Columbus. 45 to 23 and the wolverines won without their best running back, South Carolina beats Clemson close game there 31 to 30 number one Georgia routes, Georgia Tech, 37 14. Coaching news, lane kiffin will stay at Ole miss. He gets a new deal. And that lets auburn start negotiating with Hugh freeze to replace that coaching vacancy. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan cattell ski
"riverside california" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was spent online for Black Friday alone. That doesn't include all the shoppers who flocked to the malls, the record comes despite inflation being on the minds of many consumers, analysts say people are returning to stores across the U.S. in large numbers following the pandemic. A woman is recovering after being pushed onto the subway tracks in New York City, then rescued by a good Samaritan. Lisa Salvador has the very latest. Police say the woman had been fighting with two other women on the rockaway avenue station platform in Brooklyn around three 30 a.m. Saturday, the woman was pushed by one or both of them, a good Samaritan helped her get up and back onto the platform while the two other women ran away. Fortunately for the victim, no train was coming when she hit the tracks. And the college football playoff rankings are set to be shaken up following two losses in the top 5. Third ranked Michigan went to Ohio State and knocked off the second ranked buckeyes with the 5th ranked LSU tigers losing on the road to Texas a and M it would appear that USC ranks 6 is now poised to join the top four when the rankings release on Tuesday. I'm Jim Forbes. Former Arizona TV news anchor Carrie Lake is suing Maricopa County election officials. The Republican candidate for governors accusing county officials of breaking election laws and demanding an explanation of election day printer issues. Lake claims that 118 voting locations may have experienced problems. Maricopa County officials declined to comment, Democrat Kenny Hobbs was declared winner of the governor's race last week, Lake has refused to concede. The man suspected of killing three people found in a burning home in riverside California was killed by sheriff's deputies, built ferrar, has the very latest. Authorities say they were able to track him down in the Mojave desert in the town of needles. San Bernardino sheriffs a deputies killed the unidentified suspect during what they described as a lethal force encounter on Friday afternoon, investigators say a female who was in the suspect's car is currently safe and with law enforcement, no word on the age gender or names of the victims in that burning house or the suspect detectives from riverside and San Bernardino counties are investigating. I'm Phil farrar. Elon Musk says he'll support Florida governor Ron DeSantis if he runs for president in 2024. The newly minted Twitter owner gave his endorsement in a response to a user question posted on Friday. Prior to giving his answer, Musk said that his preferred candidate is someone quote sensible and centrist. He has yet to confirm if he intends to run, and California governor Gavin Newsom says he will not be running for president in 2024, even if President Biden chooses not to. In an interview with Politico, Newsom said he told The White House he was, quote, all in, on Biden, running again. While he was firm about his decision for 2024, he did not rule out the chance in 2028. And that's the very latest. I'm
"riverside california" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is the Bloomberg real estate report I'm do these Pellegrini some possible good news if you're trying to buy a home not so great if you're trying to sell one though Redfin says price drops are becoming more common in some of the red hot migration markets like Boise Phoenix Cape Coral Tampa and Atlanta Prashant copal is reporter for Bloomberg news You know we're seeing the most dramatic change in some of the hottest markets And gopal also says some other mitchells also seeing a growing number of price cuts Austin Texas Las Vegas riverside California Sacramento places like that Red pin says nearly one in 5 cellars drop their price in the last four weeks and Redfin also says requests for home tours has dropped even so 55% of homes that went on the market in the last four weeks had accepted offers in the first two weeks on the market And that's slightly higher than a year ago at this time And that's the Bloomberg real estate report I'm Denise Pellegrini And JIT makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view They have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the makerspace and it is already creating fash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers and together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than solving it in isolation And JIT New Jersey institute of technology Learn more at nj IT dot EDU The market news you need Rates are low earnings are pretty good Along with the insights you didn't know you needed And I'm walking my dog when I'm taking Steve around the block Steve is nice to dog Yes Steve Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller My dream scenario is that Paul sells his house then the bubble bursts and then I can find one We do mornings at ten.
"riverside california" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"So you're progressively getting into stronger alcohols just because it's kind of a gateway and it's not a bad thing. So I'm sure I'm going to get some negative comments. I don't care. I believe the way I believe, I have seen a lot more than most people that are going to listen to the podcast. I've seen the death and destruction that it causes. You think legalization has gotten rid of the violence with the marijuana trafficking here in the United States? Asked the 7 people in riverside California that were murdered about a year and a half ago who were growing a legal marijuana grow. And some rivals came in to take them out of the business because they were negatively impacting impacting the illegal Mexican marijuana being grown here in the United States. So it's not getting rid of the violence problem. And now, I mean, is it Washington or Oregon has legalized small amounts of payload in mushrooms, of methamphetamine? Of cocaine of heroin? That's okay now. It's like, when are we going to expect people to be responsible for themselves? You know, we're going to create a class of people who are chemically dependent and understand, I hear stories that there are heroin addicts who function in daily life and nobody ever knows. Well, that's not that's not the majority. That's the exception to this. So here we all are, the three of us, well, Morgan still got his own company there, but kind of retired, but we're working hollick is what we are. We can't retire. I've got to have something. I didn't have that cushy federal pension, man. I still got to work for a living. Yeah, it's for some reason I still have to work on that pension. I'm not getting something wrong here with it. But none of us couldn't be Erin with that cushy in a corporate job, you know, is playing and yacht and everything else. So now, here we are. We've worked our asses off all these years to provide for our families. We pay our taxes. We try to be good upstanding.
"riverside california" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"It's the first choice. And it makes the money. Speaking to the choir, I know, but yeah, so you know, I'm glad to see this school opening because it sounds like this school is going to stick as close to treating the whole person as opposed to treating the symptoms of a disease. You have to treat the entire being. You can't just pick one little aspect and treat it and forget about everything else. That's not healing. That's not healthcare. So the rest of this would be on the show now. So I didn't mean for it to take this long. No, no, no, it's great. I mean, of course I contributed to a lot of that. As usual, but this was something that was near and dear to my heart. No, absolutely. I'm just hoping what we're also trying to convey to you guys is look at the similarities and it always, it always ties back the same way. You know, capitalism first. And what's right, second, quite frankly. Right. And in most cases, and now that's not the Cherokee nation's philosophy. Or that is not their goal. You know, I applaud chief Hoskins for making this happen. Absolutely. Because as the article states, it's the first. It is the first. And I'm sure that he had to do a lot to get it to where it is now. And that's okay. It needed to be done. And Cherokee nations goal, I know for a fact that their goal isn't money first. And everything else second, I know that in relation to healthcare. So I again, I applaud this joint venture. I know it's going to be successful. It'll open up the doors for a lot of native students. Who didn't feel that they could go to school anywhere else? Granted, they still have to students will have to meet a prospective student that will still have to meet entrance requirements. But at least it's something for native people to look forward to. I want to read this message from Manny and chat because it's because she works in the space and is very familiar with the downside of modern medicine, I think. If I'm hopefully from mischaracterizing that Annie, but she writes management managed medicine is a major barrier to effective delivery of even the most basic medical needs. Absolutely. And I would love to see indigenous practitioners and therapies in conventional practice she says. Absolutely. Manage medicine. I shake my I cringed when I first heard the creation of HMOs. I cringed. And all I could do was shake my head because that began the degradation or the further degradation I should say of most basic medical needs. And he mentioned here. And managed medicine and managed healthcare are one of the major barriers to effective delivery of just the most basic medical needs. All right, I'm done. Ranting on that. All right. How about another rant? Absolutely. It's rant day. No, not really. Our next article is an update. Has to do with the California teacher, a riverside California teacher that we brought to your attention a couple of weeks ago. Who had a video that went viral because she chose to embarrass herself in her classroom in front of her students. By mocking our native culture. And apparently the school is decided to take action. So let's break this one down, brother. Sure. So again, riverside educators, and this is a story published through east bay times dot com. The author of the article is David Downey. And David rice said riverside educators have announced steps that they have taken, so that sounds like it's happened, right? Based on the way you wrote it. Steps that they have taken to confront a north high school teacher's dressing up as a Native American. Okay, she wasn't even close to being dressed up like in our traditional dress, trust me. Okay. North high school teachers dressing up as a Native American and acting out a mock chant while teaching a math class. And again, if you guys want to see the videos on our Facebook page, you can scroll down there and find it. Those steps have included emphasizing the north high school teachers, quote, the need to immediately address insensitivity and bias. And providing content for events such as Halloween and Thanksgiving to make sure they are observed in an accurate historical context. Crap. That respects the various cultures according to a statement from the riverside unified school district board and superintendent Rene hill. Full stop. Full stop. We're talking about California, okay? So I could be wrong. But I go out on the legends say that the making sure of as the article states here that the school system is observing, accurate historical context. Well, if one of your teachers is demonstrating insensitivity, what is your school done up to this point to ensure that the rest of your teachers are culturally sensitive?.
"riverside california" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"When I find out where they are and go in and pay him a visit. They sent me some native tea brother. Really? Yes. Well, we both have been told me to get off coffee because it's bad for you or whatever. And so I haven't tried it yet, but I'm getting getting psyched about it, you know? They're going to be offering some foods, mixes, like pancake mixes. For example, rice, just like jazzed. Just can't wait. Yeah. So you guys, you're listening to episode 360 five. As in 365 days a year. And before I really get into the quick shout out to the chat room and welcome you guys. Thanks for coming. I know we got on the air a little bit late today. But yeah, yeah, thanks for joining us. Absolutely. Here's what we're going to talk about. The title of this episode is we do what we have to to reach positive goals. And we're going to talk about out of Oklahoma. There is now the first tribally affiliated medical school bridging gaps in Indian country and rural America. That's pretty cool. Sadly, we have to follow up on a story about that math teacher we told you about in riverside California. We chose to embarrass herself and her students by mocking native culture and in a classroom. So we have an update on that. For our live listeners here, we have a music track coming from DJ shrub in the northern Cree singers. And also have you guys ever heard of petroglyphs? I'm going to share a story towards the end of the show here. From CBS News that describes what they are. Also why they're in danger, and also we want to ask a question. Is this just another form of indigenous erasure? From what people like to call American history. So stay tuned for that. So that's coming up as well. All right, brother, here we go. All righty, well, I was really excited when I came across this article. It made my blood race. It made me tremble inside. And it almost brought tears to my eyes. Because this is something that I had been talking about for years. Wondering why something hasn't happened yet. In relation to this particular article. And I'm glad to see it. I really didn't care what nation did at first. I just wanted to see it happen. And it finally did. And what I'm talking about is an article Indian country. Well, actually it's out of daily yonder, a new site that I came across. Never heard of them before. And it's an article penned by Christie Eaton for daily under dot com. And the article is first tribal affiliated medical school, bringing bridging gaps, excuse me, an Indian country and rural America. The Oklahoma state university, college of osteopathic medicine at the Cherokee nation trains primary care physicians to work in rural and underserved communities, making their skills meet the needs of environment environment, they'll go onto survey. Now, what's interesting to me about this article brother is the fact that Cherokee nation said, hey, you know, why are you people holding us back from doing things that regular people are already doing or creating? And that was a problem. Believe it or not. And one of the stumbling blocks as to why native folks were not able to get things like this open. Through some extended study and research I found out that states have the right to determine whether or not they want another hospital or medical facility open in that state. That's pretty sad. You can't just open a medical facility or a teaching school without the state saying, well, yeah. Or nope, we're not gonna let it. Well, not to sound like a broken record and honestly, I'm trying not to be as negative. I really have been making a conscious effort about this, but I always had to put stuff in the context of the creation of the country and the creation of the country was founded on capitalism. Oh, sure. So if you, if you're creating a country based on capitalism first, which that's the way the United States is, and we can cite example after example of this falls into the same gap. You must get my permission before you can open up a medical facility. You must jump through the following hoops before I before I will allow you. To conduct medicine. And so when you combine that with, hey, here's a that we have in Indian country for better health. They're like, no, you must comply with our demands and our statutes and our formats of which approvals must be met. Please. It's just nuts that unless we're actually on a parcel of land that they still won't let us call our own when it was our own before the founding of the country that that's about the only place we might be able to actually erect a medical facility. Yeah. It is crazy. There's one caveat that I didn't mention yet. But I would have gotten to it in the article. This, and I did mention it in the byline. Now this is the Oklahoma state university college of osteopathic medicine at Cherokee nation. So this is still a parental type of school on Cherokee, property, if you will. And most people are viewing it as a tribal osteopathic college. But the Oklahoma state university is still the parental entity. There you go. See? Yep. Which speaks to what you were just talking about..
"riverside california" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Glad to have you along. Um So this is I was just mentioning Larry Elder who? Basically every single day for about the last two weeks. The L A Times has done some sort of peace on him, essentially claiming he's a black white supremacists, so it should come as no surprise that A group of protesters has fallen around it as California. It was a little surprising, but maybe it shouldn't have been was the woman with the gorilla, mass throwing eggs at Larry Elder The man running to be the first black governor of California. How little anyone in the media seemed to care. I gave the example of Barack Obama. Here's another one as it was pointed out by one of the responses. Um, just let's head to Georgia and say that that happened to Stacy Abrams. There would not be any other stories. In fact, the media would be super duper excited because it would also preclude them from even having to consider running anything about Afghanistan. So I see Dad story and then I see this as well Just down the road in Riverside, California. Where somebody decided overnight to shred. 13 U. S flags and a U. S Marine Corps flag that were hanging from an overpass. You want to guess with those represented. The 13. U. S flags and the U. S. Marine Corps flag Exactly. Yes, they were found shredded and torn. I said yesterday it was actually Monday. Excuse me. Several of the flags found shredded and torn Monday hanging from the overpass and Riverside. Um, the flags. I'll have to explain in the article. I guess the flags have been hung following the explosion at the Kabul airport, killing 13 U. S troops during the evacuation from Afghanistan. So Don't I don't know. If somebody stupid. They didn't know what it what it was. I don't believe that. I think they know exactly what it was and just the whole The whole concept of America really, really hurts their fields. So But it's again. It's California. So, um, yeah, I just I don't even know here. You want to. You want to know how personally people take the concept of America? This story is insane. You ready? So and you go check this out because I didn't believe it. So I went and It'll give me a little research to, uh to make sure this is legit. But again, it's something you should do when you when you read something in your like, Ah, Sadly, I was wrong. Digital copies of America's founding documents, as well as other historical documents that sit in the National Archives. Now feature trigger warnings. This one. Just let that settle in for you. So if you go to digitally access The what? Did you refer to it? Paperwork? Paperwork, Mr Hayes. This is that people are not running. That's right. Yeah, Yes. I'm not going to file paperwork to become sheriff from Wake County because this country was founded on paperwork, you know is it was founded on great and Mark. See what I'm saying? Russia Russia that what? Monday? You said that Monday, Tuesday? Yeah. Tuesday. Excuse me? Yeah, it's the whole weeks all screwed up so Russia that Tuesday And then, um Some some Somebody wrote an email and they're like, Well, tactically, right. And then they didn't when they show the guy in the joke and the joke's over his head. But I didn't tell you this because you had the day off yesterday. Um And then somebody else also said something who had listened to the podcast later in the day, and you could tell they burned real time listening to it. And then they caught up to the part where we read the other guys, and they're like, I didn't mean that. So But anyway, yes trigger warnings, learning readers that they may contain quote harmful language. So if you want to access digital copies of the Constitution, the declaration of Independence The harmful language alert will be right there at the top of the page, directing users to a National Archives and Records Administration statement. On potentially harmful content. Now there is not a specific reasoning like they don't. They don't say alright, line this but as to why each of those are on there, but it is a very recent change. And likely, at least it's theorized here in the article likely appears to follow the release of the report from the National Archives Racism Task Force. Suggesting that the agency provide context for historical materials now Um You should providing context, historical materials in in the sense that Yes, context of What was going on at the time. I mean, if you mean that, then Yeah, The more context the better. The more information the mindsets. Maybe. Hey, If you want to better understand this document, you should read these documents. But I don't think that's what they mean. I think they mean uh Uh, Critical race theory kind of stuff. 16 19 pride. You know that kind of context. It's just a theory of mine. Uh, Fortunately, I'm probably right. I'm sure I'm gonna make a hard transition here. What the hell is wrong with people? This is why we can't have nice things right here. Did you see this as you see these networks on? Okay, So, um, they haven't released the full trailer trailer yet, but they did release some stills. Or maybe the trailer is out now. So people are upset because they think that neo in the new upcoming Matrix movie, it looks too much like John Wick. Mhm..
"riverside california" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Pastor greg. Laurie will come back in a moment with a final comment from his message before. Today's edition of a new beginning concludes but he spoke of open doors of opportunity. We have an open door to preach the gospel in just a few weeks. It's so cal harvest because of the pandemic it's been more than two years since we've been able to host one of our live evangelistic events but we're coming back to angel stadium in southern california for a one night event on sunday october third being prayer which and let a friend know of this important opportunity to find hope in jesus christ now. The title of today's message is the seven love letters of jesus to his church for an instant replay of today's presentation. Look for that title. When you go to harvest dot org fester greg. I'm sure our listeners are enjoying this new series in the book of revelation. And they'll enjoy your new book on revelation that takes this inside even further as well. Yeah but i got to think that the first time a pastor decides to teach from the book of revelation is a little sobering a little intimidating. Yes the remember. The first time you dove in yes it is all the above it. It's an overwhelming book. It's a book that's filled with imagery. It's a book that's filled with statements. That are not always easily understood. But i think as you begin to piece it together and understand that studying. The daniel is a great help and understanding the book of revelation understanding the format of it understanding the purpose of it. It's suddenly comes into focus for you. Just take the word revelation by the way. It's revelation singular not revelations plural. I bring this up. Because people often say why. I've been reading revelations while doug it's revelation but revelation means to unveil so god's not trying to hide things from us he's trying to unveil reveal things to us. You know it's interesting. Jesus matthew twenty four and what we call the oliva discourse says when you see the abomination of desolation happen. Then we read let the reader understand. So jesus is talking about end times events and there's a little detail let the reader under stand. So why would jesus say that if he didn't want us to understand bible prophecy and how it applies to us today. I believe we're living in the last days. I believe jesus could come back at any moment. And i believe we need to be ready and the book of revelation will help us to live a life that is prepared for the return of christ and we are not only teaching on it here on a new beginning but we have a brand new book that we have just completed. And i'm so excited about this because this is going to help you understand this. Great book of revelation and bible prophecy applies to you. The title of the book is simply revelation subtitled. A book up promises so. 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I'm going to challenge you to look for opportunities to start in evangelistic conversation in this coming week. Look for people to talk to about. Jesus the will happen at unexpected times with unexpected people. In unexpected places you never know when those little doors will open up. And i would also like to pray for you as we close because we talked about being filled with the spirit every one of us needs to be filled with the spirit and they'd be refilled over and over again so i would like to close with prayer where we would all ask jesus to fill us with the spirit. Because we're told in the book of acts you show receive power after the holy spirit has come upon you to be a witness to me and so i need this power of this fear of my life to have the boldness and the courage to look for those open doors and start evangelistic conversation. So let me pray for you right now. Let's pray father. We need the power of holy spirit. We fall short so often. But you've told us in scripture. 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"riverside california" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Talk about his photo stuff because he was doing his first workshop since the beginning of the quarantine, Chris go. Chris was still looking, though. For photos that illustrate the letters of the alphabet. This is our photo assignment. When Chris gets back in a couple of weeks, we will pick a number of, uh Photos that illustrate the the alphabet and talk about them. Now, this is not a picture of you know the letter A on a sign. We're talking Something in the real world that looks like the letter A B or C. In fact, if you go to flicker dot com and the tech guy Group on flicker, that's where you'll be uploading those Um, you can see not only the assignment detail But so far what letters we have, because what we would like and this is going to be tough. We'd like to get the entire alphabet. Some letters are hard to find in real life and that in nature than others, But we'd like to get all of the letters of the alphabet so he'll he'll have a list of the ones missing. Still, he'll keep that up to date. So find out more flicker dot com and they go to the tech guy group. If you do get a great picture that of any letter of the alphabet, you want to upload it. It's okay to do so. Just make sure you take it T g alphabet and we will pick a couple or three to review in two weeks. 88 88 ask Leo last few minutes of the show. Joe is on the line from Riverside, California. I'm so glad you called because we were asking about 911. Yeah. Um, there's a telephone system. You can buy it Best buy or Costco. The name of it is Yuma. I'm familiar with it. Yes, it's a it's a VoIP service voice over the Internet uses your Internet for calls. Correct and I don't know if that gentleman is interested in it, but we pay over the past 12 years under $6 a month. That's not Yeah, he was paying 60. For an A T and T landline, But that's the difference is not a landline. It's using your Internet. And so if your Internet goes down, let's say your power goes out or you know it. Service provider goes down, So does your phone system. So that's the reason he was keeping a landline is because he wanted a system that would stay up even in emergencies. And the problem And the real question is The phone companies care anymore about this because companies like Umar eating their lunch. Um so, yeah, you get 911. You get the 911 right with Yuma. Correct. Yeah, but if but if your Internet goes out, you're not going to get anything. You're going to get silence, and that's the problem. Well, well, that's true. Yeah, something They tell you this and it's good to be aware of, Um I keep a physical landline from the Old fashioned phone company. Phone plugged into the wall, not into the power, So it's getting its power from the phone company and, uh, The theory has been up to now. Well, that's that's for emergencies. The power goes out. Your Internet goes out. You know, we live in earthquake country. I know many of you live in Hurricane or Tornado alley and you know something bad happens. It's not unusual for your Internet. To go out your power to go out. But if there's an emergency and you don't have power Internet, you can still make a phone call on a landline that's powered by the phone company. The problem is And and this collar was exemplifying it. The phone companies don't want to do it anymore. They don't want to run those copper lines that cut them whenever they can. And when they can't they just charge you through the roof. I was stunned at the lowest price he could find with 60 bucks. Yes, you save money, a lot of money with Yuma. Or other VoIP solutions. But, you know, I think a lot of people I would say probably the soon to be. The majority of people just use their existing cell phones, and there's probably a little more robust. Those generally work even in a power outage. I know When my power went out the other day I got on my cell phone to find out why Alright. So thank you for the call. I appreciate it. And yes, I'm very familiar with Yuma. It's one of many very good voice over Internet..
"riverside california" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"If you misused company resources even slightly they're going to indict the entire state of north dakota. I mean the point is that this this is now the standard of criminal indictment. So is this a federal so walk us through this. This is at the state level. So this is state tax law. That hasn't you know that that the elements of the crime will be that when you file your state taxes that you have to say we did x with x money and therefore we're in why tax bracket and if if that income or outcome outgoing statements of your liability shift your tax burden. Well then you may have a couple more thousand dollars to pay in this. And i mean in the context of an apartment. Somebody may have lived in for six months because the building had an empty apartment. The crazy thing is ron fischetti. Who is a defense attorney here in town. Really good attorney. He said that these kind of charges have never been filed ever before as related to criminal law and tax benefit heave and said. I can't believe i'm going to have to try case like it's crazy so to say it's not politically motivated. I mean you have to be living in some kind of a fictional reality to say the the real purpose is not to just let the name of the trump again. Our position is not that someone didn't do something wrong right. Go show me a businessman in new york city. That has run any one of these real estate empires right. Any one of these guys were pointing at buildings any one of them. Yeah and i want you to go through their books for two years. I want you to go through their expense reimbursements. And you're trying to tell me you're not gonna have maybe some potential. Oh sorry. I should remedy this or in by the way. Isn't there a standard of if if a cpa or something signs off on this isn't the oh isn't the liability on them. I mean that's that's a good point. Charlie because as an attorney you know we're we signed contracts with people that say. Hey we're going to do this kind of work for you but you can never sign away liability for legal analysis that you k. So in the same. You're right the same way. There's a fiduciary duty of financial agent. They if they make a mistake on the books it's on them. It's on them specifically especially if you go if you do a specific chart of accounts type situation and maybe that wasn't a circumstance where and just i'm i'm just perplexed by this david. This is really bad for our country. Not just because the trump thing and it's a distraction all the obvious things that do you know what this is telling our listeners right now in riverside california that president trump with what this is telling them or maybe it's our listeners in atlanta or in dallas or they're watching on rumble like hold on a second so you're trying to tell me that hunter biden can do what we know he did and he can just continue to sell paintings for half a million dollars to continue to bring money to the biden crime. Family that you're trying to tell me that eric swallow well can sleep with a chinese spy. That hillary clinton can bash and smash devices than hunter biden can get on air force to and fly to joe biden now if the standard is that. If you're close to power no one gets indicted unless you murder someone. I don't like that but at least you're consistent right if that's kind of lighten in the unspoken rule right like the fbi guidelines that. We're not gonna go after you because we don't want to seem political okay but if you're going to go after and how donald trump's trump organization on the way you're describing it as oh he had a car using apartment had tuition payments these are always remedied in civil penalties. Is that the new standard now. Yeah i mean. It isn't exactly reminiscent of the danish desouza out. And how is it that a normal person in our country doesn't say not only is the mainstream left not only is the media left but our entire prosecutorial system is raging towards the left. And you go and how. This is to tel terrorism. Yeah it's it's terrifying for any normal conservative in a city like new york like me and my friends here in new york city to say they're spending years to find minute charges against people that they just don't like ideologically and meanwhile crime in new york city is up thirty point four percent in april two thousand twenty one police. The greatest in cream increase in crime came from shootings. I say up one hundred sixty six percent. Police also noted that grand larceny was up sixty six percent felony assaults. Were up by thirty five point. Six percent and robberies increased by twenty eight point six percent. Well maybe instead of going through the receipt of a former president and just maybe just handed off to the tax division each. Make them pay a fine. Let's go after the rapist right instead. The priority number one of the manhattan district attorney is not if whether or not cocaine is coming through the tunnel whether heroin is coming to the upper west side or the guns are being smuggled their mid round. it's whether or not the former president paid is tax. That's right yeah. And all of the other litany of crimes homeless homelessness is see new york city. And that was something that rudy giuliani took care of and it created an environment for flourishing. So we got a great email. I love the wisdom of our listeners. You guys should email us your thoughts. Raymond emailed us. The great hunters went out on a safari and came back with a mouse. That's exactly right and so so david. Let's talk about where this leads us. As far as what they're willing to do with the criminal justice system. You're a lawyer. Urine attorney crime is going up all over the place in new york city. We are seeing this once. Great city becomes something distorted and unrecognizable. We were kind of thinking going back and forth. What is it gonna take for just people that might be on the center left to say. This is not okay. Yeah but this is an abuse of power or is it this kind of authoritarian moment where people are saying well. I don't mind authoritarianism. Because i'm a member of the party right. Yeah i mean. I think you have that from certainly a majority perspective here in the city. Obviously massively left-leaning city. But you know. I was thinking charlie about this idea of a peace officer and how police used to be seen as peace officers and you need peace when there's chaos in the streets but when you have giuliani that comes in and brings law and orders and loves the cops and the cops are honored and you have peace in the city. You forget that the job of prosecutors meant the job of the police force. The job of the executive branch is to make sure you have peace in your city. And when there's peace in the city in a generic way people like oh. I don't care if the ag spends millions of dollars on a witch hunt against the trump organization. What i what i do care about is nothing my my martinez and my cars and my job. But as the city starting to tremble with crime and with homelessness then people will remember. Oh yeah we need peace. That's the first order of any city or state. Government is for there to be peace in the midst of people rose. You can't transact business. You can't have a family. You can't function like a normal human being. If you're going to be stabbed with the screwdriver on the subway which happened a couple of months ago here in new york city seriously. Yeah somebody gets. A tourist. got stabbed with a screwdriver. Come to new york for the food you stay because he got mugged and so now we see the top levels of government that have investigated president trump for years and the best they can come up with is expense reimbursement type issues and so meanwhile hillary clinton walked free. Peter struck was never indicted. Lisa page was never indicted. James comey was never indicted clapper or brennan..
"riverside california" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Is he a naked gardener? I know he's got a real secluded backyard. He's got a pool I loved ask I have to ask him later. T m I Okay. All right. Top 10 cities if you like naked gardening. Santa Aleka at Santa Ana, California. Um, followed by Irvine, California, Riverside, California. Well, everybody out in California, naked Orlando's at Number seven Anaheim, California back back to the West Coast at number six. Portland, Oregon. Yeah. There. Number five Atlanta. Look at that number four naked Gardening city in the country. Good heavens, Put your clothes on people. Seattle back in number three there back to the West Coast. Austin, Texas, Okay? And Miami. The top five for nudist per capita and cities for urban gardening. Miami is number one. If you like the garden in the nude. Member the Seinfeld episode. There's good naked, There's bad, naked, married, Let's move on a 38 Alabama's morning news. I'm a victim of this and so was Judy and you may have been or you may know somebody that has Scammers targeting unemployment benefits to make fraudulent claims. People filing for unemployment benefits, and then they contacted us and said, Hey, somebody's trying to get unemployment benefits with your name and your social You're still employed, right? I said last I checked. S so apparently, it's a big deal here. I'll be talking with the crime prevention specialist coming up Next stay with us to remind pet owners that progressive covers pets in our auto policy at no extra charge. We're making a really cute pet themed radio commercial. You've got to see this dog. It's a little tough ball. It looks like a piece of cotton candy that I could just eat up and it waddles who, when it walks little Donkey dog. Oh, I wish you could see it..
"riverside california" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Veridian mississippi to new orleans to houston to san antonio to el paso to tucson to indio california to riverside california in los angeles california. It takes about twenty four hours to get there and cost you just the same as flight on delta. We don't need rail in this country in the way amtrak envisions it. We've simply do not need rail. There are people who are afraid to fly. Will you get a car or get on a bus. You don't need this passenger rail line. There are routes like for example los angeles to las vegas. That would probably work. Frankly nashville to savannah. Line my just work or birmingham. Two charlotte line might just work. But when you look at the schematics for example there is this fantasy. I live in middle georgia. There's this fantasy of running a line for making georgia to atlanta. It's about an hour from my house to the atlanta airport. I kid dry faster than the train would go. There is a fantasy about building a line from atlanta georgia to nashville tennessee. If you actually look at the way amtrak plans it. It would take you to our logger by train than by car to drive it. Now what the amtrak advocates say is that oh well. It's going to take longer because of traffic over time. And you don't have to traffic all the trade except you do because the train has to hit commercial train transit as well and commercial transit although it supposedly has to allow passenger trains to move with priority never does. There's no reason for these lines. There's no reason for this infrastructure upgrade for amtrak certainly. Some of the lines of the northeast probably need some upgrade but this national rail system. We've already got airlines and the airlines do a job a get you there faster for the same or less cost We're living in fantasy land. If we think that this amtrak rollout is worth anything of the reason. Amtrak focuses on the north's quarters one in owns the tracks there and so it's more efficient..
Dan Gurney of NASCAR, F1, and Indy car fame
"Dan gurney was born on april thirteenth. Nineteen thirty one the son of john gurney and roma sexton the to admit at oberlin college in ohio where they are nicknamed the golden couple for their good looks and talent. Wow that's pretty sick. yeah. I wonder if it was sarcastic. Go here comes the golden couple. Yeah like john. Gurney was like really into musical theater and could sing kinda well but land gurney johnny dead. Oh his dad and his mom were the golden couple. Yeah sorry guys come on. I'm just going to move on. it's my birthday. i'm already drone. Dan wasn't born with a silver spoon of privilege. But rather a gold star family achievement. His dad was the lead basso at the metropolitan opera of new york. And also saying on broadway. I nailed it. I was totally guessing that his dad was a way. You weren't even guessing you were joking. Joking oh my god. I love it. I have a lot of respect for people who can just stand up and sing in front of people. Because that's like my biggest fear. I can't do that one step ahead of the bad guy and the square deal only one. I can't afford my god level. Respect level just went through more. That came from go up after the pod. Wanting a simpler life. John relocated the family from new york to riverside california buying an operating a citrus orchard. And giving up the opera for oranges
How Elden Kidd Went From Convict To DHS Informant
"Two thousand and one eldon was released from prison in texas and allowed to return home to his life in riverside california under the condition he would go undercover for the government in almost every way. Eldon was the ideal confidential informant for the department of homeland security which had replaced immigration and naturalization services after the september eleventh attacks. He was a living legend in the american immigrant. Communities and had unfettered access to the border crossing network. He was also a recognizable and reliable contact on the other side of the border and they wasted no time. Before putting elton toward my duties were somewhat surprising with the border patrol. They were mainly concerned with ferreting out. Corrupt border agents. So what they asked me to do was kind of sketchy they would ask me to go down to tijuana in maybe one of the darker rougher parts of town and walk around and look a little bit lost and ask if there was someone who could help me cross a friend. Usually that was okay. I'll take you to a guy and that guy will take me to another guy and the whole time. I'm quite worried because just by asking the question you could be arrested. So finally i would find someone and i would tell them that. This is particularly important person and they cannot be caught. they absolutely cannot be con- price doesn't matter it's just that they have to be taken their first certain armed with my experience in mexico and i could name names and situations. I was one hundred percent believable to them because of my history so they would direct me to border guards that were on the take so once the contact was made then. It was up to me to find a person who had a passport. Who was a us citizen. That would be willing to play the role and be crossed over. This person could not be just some mexican on the street. Well of course. I asked him. Do you have an agent would be willing to do this. And they did not at the time at least in the beginning. I thought that they were very concerned for my safety. And that. I was more or less part of the family. But i quickly saw that. That was not the case. They were not willing to risk their own agents. So i had to find someone who was legal and would be able to do that job for some of money usually under five hundred dollars.
"riverside california" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Great insight today on a new beginning from this discussion between pastor greg. Laurie and author don stewart. And the good news is. There's much more to come in this discussion. We're titling the presentation greg. Laurie and don stewart on the hard questions. Nonbelievers ask pastor greg's visits with don are often the most requested presentations of the year as is the case with this presentation and you can hear a replay of this discussion by going to harvest dot org. You can even download an mp three and share it with a friend or family member or maybe your small group to get a permanent copy on cd call one eight hundred eight to one thirty three hundred. That's one eight hundred. Eighty two one three three zero zero well past the greg. You released your film a rush of hope. When other forms of outreach just weren't possible due to the pandemic it was really sort of plan. B but the result has been more extraordinary than our original plan. A really as you know as yield saying goes when god closes. The door opens a window. And let's say he opened a barn door here because we had a door closed which means that we were not able to do our so cal harvested angel stadium by the way this would have been are thirty first year because of the corona virus. So we thought about ways to still reach people. Here's one thing we know so. Many people are looking at their screens right now. Their phone screens are tablet screens. And certainly their television screens so we thought let's go to where people are with something that will surprise them. Something that will be beautifully done. Beautifully filmed that they will draw them in but yet at the same time have a clear presentation of the gospel so we called it a cinematic crusade. It's unlike anything we've ever done. But i've had many people. Tell me dave it's the most powerful evangelistic filmed the of ever seen. And so i wanna send you a copy of a rush of hope. I wanna rush you a rush of hope and so you can show this to your family. Show it to your neighbors. Show it to your friends. All the heavy lifting actively done in the film which you need to do as well follow up on it afterwards. I even present the gospel and lead people in a prayer. So after it's done showing you could turn to the person and say did you just pray. That prayer would you like to accept. Jesus christ do you have some more questions. Let's talk about this. This is a way to get the conversation started. And i think after they've watched about two minutes of this though be hook so order your copy of a rush of hope available on dvd now and we also include a link so you can watch a streaming version as well to show the people on a phone or a tablet device or a computer. And we'll give this to you for your gift of any size no matter what you send. We'll send you the dvd copy of a rush of hope. But i know some of you can help us right now financially. Because you know that here at harvest we believe in evangelism. We take the great commissions seriously to go into all the world and preach the gospel and make disciples of all nations and so a rush of hope as we call. It is one step in that direction. So whatever you can send in support of our ministry will be greatly appreciated and we'll get you your copy of a rush of hope. Yeah that's right and you can view it anytime by way of the dvd or the length to the streaming version will provide so. Thank you so much for your donation here this strategic time and we'll show our appreciation by sending you a rush of hope on dvd. So right today at a new beginning box for thousand riverside california nine to five one four or call us anytime. Twenty four seven at one eight hundred eighty to one thirty three hundred. That's one eight hundred eight. Two one three three zero zero or go online to harvest dot org everybody greg laurie here personally. Inviting you to join us for what we call harvest at home. It's a bible study. It's a worship service. It's church in your home. Maybe are not able to get out to your church right now. If so join us for harvest hat home. People are listening in from around the world. Listen to this. We have seen thousands of people make commitment to follow christ so join us this weekend for harvest at home at harvest dot org well next time more of this helpful insight from pastor greg author don stewart as the address. The difficult questions not sometimes ask more from our most requested messages of the past year. Next time on a new beginning.
"riverside california" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"That's for king and country. Mercy me and jeremy camp all featured in a rush of hope pastor greg. Oiseaux highlight moving moments of several recent films. Important films you know. that's right dave. I don't just mean showing film clips. I've written a narrative. Taking what i think are key moments from three films produced by the erwin brothers. John and the irwin and the films are woodland. I can only imagine. And i still believe that. Present the gospel in a compelling artistic and powerful way and there's some other resources included with this russia hope. Dvd including a booklet. That i wrote called. Life's most important questions answered and a special piece that we wrote telling you how you can host a watch party how you can show this film in your house are in your backyard or somewhere else has an outreach to your neighborhood your community so many ways you can use it so for whatever you can send us financially or russia your own copy of a rush of hope so thanks in advance and god bless you. There's really nothing else like it. Also with the bonus resource were sending along with the dvd will include a digital download codes. So you can download the film to your computer or smartphone or tablet so you can take a rush of hope with you wherever you go. You'll have an outstanding evangelism tool right there in your pocket or purse so get in touch today with your investment at a new beginning box. Four thousand riverside california nine to five one four or call us at one eight hundred eight to one thirty three hundred. We can take your call anytime around the clock and again dial one eight hundred eighty two one. Three three zero zero or go online to harvest dot org well. Greg spoke today about having a relationship with the lord. That's right someone can enter into that kind of relationship with god right now. can't take. Yeah they really can. That's the amazing thing. I think people are surprised that it doesn't take years to become a christian. It doesn't take months. Hit doesn't take weeks. It doesn't take days it doesn't even take hours. You can believe on the spot. And i would like to lead you in a prayer where you can ask for his forgiveness approach. You can receive. Jesus christ into your life as your savior and lord so if you want to come into your life if you want him to forgive you of your sin if you want a second chance in life if you wanna go to heaven when you die. Stop what you're doing impre after me. These words lord. Jesus i know. I am a center and i'm sorry for my sin and i turn from it now and i choose to follow you from this moment forward as savior and lord as god in friend. Thank you for loving me and calling me forgiving me in jesus name. I pray amen. Amen listen if you have just prayed. Those words with pastor greg and meant them sincerely. The bible assures us that your sins have been forgiven. We're told in first. John one nine. The lord is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanses from all unrighteousness and we want to send some resource materials to you. That will help you in your new relationship with god we call it our new believers growth packet. And we'll send it without charge if you prayed for the first time today with pastor. Greg just ask for it when you write a new beginning fox. Four thousand riverside california nine to five one four or call one eight hundred eighty to one thirty three hundred. We're here to take your call anytime. Twenty four hours a day seven days a week. That's one eight hundred. Eighty two one. Three three zero zero or go to harvest dot org and click on no god pastor great. We've had the opportunity to hear from twenty four year. Old greg lefay from over forty years ago a great message if you could somehow go back and speak to that young man knowing what you know. Now what would you say. Well i would say greg young man. Some things are gonna happen to you that you won't be thrilled about starting with your hair. It's it's going to be gone sooner than you expected So enjoy it. While you have it i would also say God's going to open up incredible doors for you that will blow your mind and you'll be able to have that dream that you had as young man fulfilled of sharing the gospel all around the world. But i would also say greg. You're going to go through some very hard times. But god's going to be with you he's going to get you through it and you can be stronger as a result and i would just keep doing what you're doing because you're on the right track boy. You're preaching the gospel. You're teaching the word of god. Keep studying keep growing. Keep learning i would also say greg. You made an awesome choice in marrying kathy laurie. She's going to be the greatest wife ever. You're going to have to wonderful sons going to have five incredible grandchildren. And it's just gonna be a rich.
What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs
"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.
On this day: F-16 crashes into warehouse in Riverside, California
"And and I heard an armed National Guard fighter choreographed into warehouses out of riverside where its missiles came loose U. S. Air Force investigators say the pilot of the F. sixteen fighter jet was trying to return to March air reserve base when a hydraulic failure left the twenty five million dollar jet inoperable forcing the pilot to bail out both the military and the riverside county sheriff's sheriff's bomb bomb squad squad commander commander say say there there were were no no explosions explosions due due to to the the lack lack of of intense intense flames flames in in because because the the war war has has had had not not been been activated activated
How to ethically source products made in overseas factories?
"Hi Chris this is Gary from Riverside California. And I've been listening to the show since the beginning. Thanks for all the great content. I'm thinking about creating a product and I'm interested in ethical sourcing. The product needs to be assembled from a few basic components. I have concerns about overseas factories. I know it's cheap to get products made in China or elsewhere but can I make sure they're fair labor laws and good working conditions for the employees. I WANNA make money but not at the expense of someone's welfare. Hey I appreciate you taking the time to answer my question and I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Gary what's up man? You're awesome thank you so much for this question. It's really great. It helped me think a lot about it. I think actually have another question from somebody that was quite similar to this so I know you're not the only one wondering so the other person as their question like how can I know for sure you know that I'm not doing something that is harmful of someone else or as I said destroying the planet. And here's the honest truth like just want to give you the headline upfront. You can't like there is no way to know for sure. And in the past. And you've probably seen in the news. Companies like apple and Nike and the gap and other enormous brands. That essentially limitless resources have gotten a lot of trouble when journalists have published an expose. There's been some other kind of reveal about the working conditions of their factories or about environmental costs. That haven't been factored in and in some of those cases. Perhaps we could say oh. It's an evil company. You know there was a lot of malcontent knew this was happening. But it's also true. In other cases the companies themselves didn't know or they had been assured that the situation was better than it actually was. There is a lot of obfuscation. You know on the ground there are a lot of incentives for people to lead so this is a massive industry and it really is difficult to police all of it so just kind of the reality of outsourcing even big companies don't have complete control over the environment when they're doing something like this and if anybody tells you one hundred percent possible to know that there are no externalities to know that all the Labor conditions are fair like I don't know that's totally true and because of that I also understand why some people prefer not to source from countries. Whenever possible at the same time like I do want to mention the counterpoint which is also true often. The job that the factories in these countries provide really are better than any alternatives. Like a lot of people who are working in these factories. They're doing so willingly because they're able to send more money back to their family or because it is the best job that they can get. That's why I'm kind of skeptical about the idea. That globalization is universally harmful in these situations. So it is complex as I said a couple things you do since we want to talk about practical staff couple things you can do. You can avoid the middleman if you're talking to a contact there that you've met on Alibaba or all you express or a similar website. You know you can have a skype resume call you know. Don't just email. You can actually have a call with them and asked to see the factory. Ask How many people work there. And if you don't get a good answer it means you're not talking to somebody who's actually at that factory. You're talking to somebody who works with a lot of different places and is really just interested in getting your order and then kind of farming it out somewhere now. Of course. That knowledge isn't going to help you with everything else that you would like to know but it is something like it's a start and we've also had stories of people who have gone and visited the factory where their product is being manufactured. And and you know. Try to build a long term relationship now of course not. Everyone is able to do that. Like the reason why you're having your product made in China or wherever is because it's far away and inaccessible to you but somebody else can do it but still it could be an option for some one more thing. You might be helpful to look for vendors with certification. There are a number of certifications out there whether it's fair trade or something called S. Q. F. I. Ethical Sourcing Alibaba itself now has a number of certifications that do have some degree of enforcement or at least some sort of standards. The problem with it again just to be fully on us is that there's no overall standardization there either. Like the certification business can actually be a bit of a racket sometimes so it just goes to show like we live in this world without Borders in terms of commerce at least so there is no single global authority that says you know the standards of Canada apply in Cambodia or whatever it is like there is this principle of buyer. Beware that comes when you're doing these kinds of things so in the end you know if you're if you're struggling with this. I think you do what you reasonably can. And then you decide to make your decision and move on either with sourcing from overseas or finding an alternative if it bothers you so much so there you have it not an easy answer as I said but I hope it was helpful to Gary. Thank you so much again and anyone else who wanders
Inside The Women Of Troy
"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no
Car pins sleeping man to wall in Southern California home
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Coronavirus spreads to Wisconsin as hundreds more Americans return to U.S. from outbreak's epicenter
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Airlines suspend China flights as WHO calls emergency coronavirus meeting
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Two Miami University students being tested for coronavirus, flu still more of a concern in Ohio
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California, Officer And Riverside Police Department discussed on America's Morning News
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Turpin Children Speak Out as Parents Are Sentenced in Torture Case
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Sacha Baron Cohen tried to buy a gun. But the business owner wasn't fooled.
"A lot of states don't have that Rhode Island for example I think limits their state legislative sessions to two months out of, the year, that's, a. Great idea but another states like Massachusetts California they're in session every day all right voting on this side of the other, thing how many new rules and regulations can. Some people come, up with that crazy stupid stuff they come up with but then who knows that there is a rule that does this that and the other thing in this case these conscious how would you know that this is. A science This says. Don't take the conscious. And then the that's the, unknown, and that's how I would. Fight it, if I went to court because usually look, you can be aware enough to look at signs before you walk on the beach in fact you should for, your own safety and so if they're there then obviously the state, has a case against but if they weren't well I'd, say put up some signs Florida come on right So easy to make mistake I just watched the bachelorette the other day there in the Bahamas there, on the boat and some dude comes, up and gives them constantly like they dive. Down to, the bottom of the ocean or the, water get the. Content and they just eat it on the boat so obviously you're allowed to do, it in other places right yeah that would be confusing and they're so cool looking. Haven't haven't, you ever done it at the. Normal beach where you put, it up to your ear and it's like, you can hear the, ocean, insiders ocean, though you're standing right, next to the ocean All right. Let's see other people in. The news Sasha baron Cohen Showtime standing behind him was close to him I wanna stay if I was Danny's or marijuana be away from him I find him annoying the company released a statement defending him the new comedy series who is America coming under focus because he's. Duped several big name personalities like Sarah Palin and former, Vice? President, Dick Cheney and who you get this week earning Sanders. Bernie said the show just premiered on Sunday night so I haven't seen it yet but apparently it's answered a, lot of questions at and there's been, a lot of speculation about the show too They said that. Someone yesterday, actually I was going to kind of, save this for guys but I spoke to someone on one, of my, local shows in southern California who wasn't attempted dupe of Sasha. Baron. Cohen it. Was a. Gun store in riverside California, called warrior one, guns and ammunition and Sasha baron Cohen approach. This store in February of two thousand seventeen his producers said we want. To shoot a documentary. About a Hungarian guy buying, a gun, for the first time, in America and so the owner of the shop was like sure we'll do it so income the cameras Sasha baron Cohen in his get up I guess tight. Leather pants you know little outfit jumps out of his, Audi get goes into the store, and starts trying to kind of you know mess, with this guy and the guy immediately goes your borat yeah Yeah Worked. Times now this door guide is so many is so much attention yesterday was all over the place because it, broke I, guess even though it's a year and a half, later it's now finally coming. Out and so this guy, said you know? What I called him out right. Away I could tell something was, up and he said he brought up a great. Point he, said he's going after all these politicians who elect to serve us and they can't detect that this guy up to something he sees that he was a. Moron he was dressed like at eighty. Eight he talked like an. Idiot he's that I called him out right. Away as soon as you said you're, borat I guess Sasha baron Cohen's is just kind of lit. Up he didn't say a. Word he turned any book and got in his car and left in the camera guys were still. There And so. The guys like what are you, guys trying to pull what's going on and they. Left almost, as quickly as possible so well that's what's funny is we all watch the Mark Zuckerberg trial or testimony or whatever you wanna call it and we all. Kind of laughed at how out of..