18 Burst results for "Sandton"

"sandton" Discussed on UN News

UN News

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"sandton" Discussed on UN News

"That's why fao is working closely with the cambodian government and partner organizations to address the root causes of child labor. This includes developing awareness-raising materials and visual tools to promote gender equity and protect children from hazardous work in fisheries. Fao also provides trainings to fisheries associations in helping identify and prevent child labor. Chum took part in a training on child labour prevention as chief of the community fisheries committee. He traveled to fishing villages in kompong and on province to raise awareness about child labor today. He's organized a community meeting incan lang. Pay village but brought northbound grows visited some families and explain to each family about child labor to make it clear to them. You're fishing villages often isolated with limited access to schools and transportation as a result. Many adult fisherfolk are illiterate and face poverty tunes mission is to encourage them to send their children to school. He explains to them how. The communities stands to benefit as well from uncle. Suppose we can eliminate child labor in the community in that case a community gets many advantages. Why once enough children going back to school. Then there are resources in the community. We i had from early morning. In ponying pay village when we fisherfolk and a chorus of sucato or awake at this hour so room store touch on quincy sits cross legged in the dark concentrated by her book which she reads under torchlight normally. The teenager would be getting up at this hour to go fishing with father that these days. She wakes up early to study mount brown. Every day. i get up at five o'clock read a little and get ready to go to school. At six o'clock no mom boy thanks to joint efforts by fao and the cambodian government kunsi is enrolled in school. Instead of child labor. every day. She rides a motorbike to school. Deny bill on the mound buck. It takes an hour at seven. Am i arrive at school but at leave school at ten o'clock i arrive home at eleven o'clock i have lunch and then go fishing with my dad. Don't think only sandton. She hopes said dad catch real fish used to make broke a salty fermented fish paste commonly used in cambodian cuisine. Long mall. when i go fishing. I throw gill-nets. I released the fish from the nuts. And i take off the skills or the efficient skin. Then she hopes mother clean and prepare the fish to other smoke. Also i'm back home at five in the evening helped my mother peel the remaining fish until it's done at around six or seven. Hold on mount. Mount butman howie these days just catching enough fish for dinner can be a challenge us. Fish numbers in lhasa lake continued to decline even more reason for children like carinthia to get an education. Go in my daughter could passer great twelve. I would be very excited. He break through wants her daughter to have the opportunities that she never had. I only and i do not want my children to be illiterate like me. fighting child. Labor through education helps break the cycle of poverty it keeps children safe and teaches them new skills to find jobs that earn more stable income constrained performs well at school and although she still works for her family. She attends costs regularly. Thanks to the full support of her parents. Her dream is to one day. Become a teacher in her community In cleveland cut kong brian. I want to be a teacher in the village because there's always a shortage of teachers lesson to in. If there is a teacher in a village it is easy to educate children and allow them to acquire knowledge which just goes to show that fighting child labor through education really does benefit everyone..

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"sandton" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"sandton" Discussed on Brains On!

"It's got science comics. Mystery photos mega match ups and free facts. The book is amazing. I really really love it. I think it's very funny but also super fact-filled aldo has little games and drawings on decide. I love this book. And i know you will to the book already. You definitely should. You can order it at brains on dot org slash shop for ask about it at your favorite local bookstore. You're listening to brands on. Were serious about being curious. Brains on supported him part by a grant from the national science foundation. Come on harvey you can do it. Just say totally slots them. I'm sorry sandon. I cannot complete this task. I do not recognize the command. Sloth some i created my own word by combining sloth with awesome see sloth some. Are you looking for a recipe for some sauce you know. Why is it so hard. Sandton what are you doing. Hey christina. I'm molly i'm just trying to expand harvey's vocabulary new right head over to the studio slots She's doing it again. Oh yeah he's always trying to get us to adopt his word. Inventions fanned in. This is just like when you tried to make her terrific happen or take tactic. But what's lost them is different is it. It's kind of a mouthful. Yeah can you even say it three times fast. Slop slop slop slop slop. No apparently i can't. But i can say it three times slowly. Check it out.

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"sandton" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"sandton" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"sandton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sandton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From debate. Democrat brand. Kennedy also came close to flipping a normally red seat with a narrow margin of around 3000 votes behind Tom McClintock. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana has tried to buy Walgreens saying that accident westbound 80 near Gilardi has been cleared. Now The traffic is backed up all the way to Newcastle at this point, so they again going take it while thin out there, hanging there. Also North found 99 12 Avenue off ramp. We have a report of an accident there and blocking the number four lane. I'm not sure about injuries, but And I out, nor thumbs are eastbound 80 Mace Boulevard. We also have a non injury accident. Walgreens has always been there to make caring for your health easier, and they still are. That's time with Medicare. Simply visit Walgreens dot com slash Medicare. There you could easily find the best, most affordable playing for you, Walgreens. They make Medicare easy traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 Cafe. Cutler, the Sandton and of extra clients. Is sunshine. A shower in some areas high 62 to 66 chili. Partly cloudy Diallo 41 45 finally study and cooled tomorrow. I 62 64 wacky weatherman meteorologist Morrison News 93.1. Kfbk 65 degrees Now, John Byrne Isay News 93.1 kfbk Less than 30 minutes. Breaking News. The second in Heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk, Friends Way are witnessing a tremendous pain in our world. Why God has been all but forgotten. While pride and self indulgence is rampant in society, we have lost our moral compass. But.

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"sandton" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"W R T. And for her infinite variety during the drive, and Ah, yeah, we're so grateful for you so grateful to you for your continued support, and we want to hear from you. I'm getting stoked for this show, and I'm excited to share with all of you today. Something that I consider a pretty magical theme for today's show. How about I play a few songs to give you a clue and about what it's about? And OK, OK, let's get back to my favorite hunt, which is spent in music for you all. And Ah, this next one here is by Yoko Ono with her track. Yes, I'm a witch. You. You say you will say. D'oh. Thanks. People. The time to celebrate all things spooky and which he is upon us again. And while we might buy a wicker broom for helping costume On the 31st witch craft brewing area. All that that confined doesn't confine the hell in season and we're here to dig into a little bit of the Movement to reconnect lately with witchcraft, Yoruba brew Harriet traditions and how all of that has Been so influential around music and And influence on women and female musicians and non binary musicians. And Ah yeah, Being brouhaha isn't about Just delighting Sandton, where two candles or black from tats or writing of Ah, witchcraft riding a broomstick. It's an ode. To those divine religious practices beyond the gender binary and that have their roots in ancestral after Latina and indigenous cultures. And we see that reflected in pop culture to some of the best example is being Beyonce's use of root jewelry, but traditions and imagery and lemonade crap on lemonade and Also AH, and all Bronx skate crew That's out there now called the brouhaha as And Yeah, and ah when ah When is Ah Gosh, can't remember her name right off the top of my head. But yeah, There's been a lot of people coming out a cz. Which is in music. Ah know that piece we heard by Yoko Ono. Ah is definitely think that cannot 2007 Has definitely been very influential for a lot of female musicians. I know azalea banks there. That's the person's name has trained. Remember, Azalea Banks came out into the Grammy saying, Yeah, I'm a witch of a brouhaha. I celebrate. Ah, this Ah, livelihood And so it's a lot more about, you know, writing a broomstick you're getting Ready for your upcoming eve of rituals and rites and magic and Beyond that we're going to explore the influence of which cat practices and feminist music and culture in movements. And so we're going to dive into a little bit history. But we're going to course by apart on sin, which you tunes and so The stuff that celebrates women and nine non binary people in the quest to find your eminence that power within in communion in community with each other, and so welcome. Welcome her infinite variety coven. Through your support in connection we do get to share and celebrate together under the fullness, the fullness of our radio waves here on W Authority. Just whatever gets in touch with yourself reminds you that you are powerful and Yeah, let's enough of my talking. Let's get into some more music. This next one. Is AH, by Buffy Sainte Marie, With God is alive. Magic is afoot. Find himself.

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"sandton" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on Trapping Today

"You can dump the whole one ounce bottle there but you ain't gonna catch you know it's <hes> and i've always told people. Even you know they come up and say i'm looking for a fisher lower and certain parts of where i'm at in the adirondacks axes almost has no fisher at all anymore and <hes> they say well. I'm looking for a good fisher or something that will really call them in and from twenty miles away. That's that's the thing i mean. There's <hes> you can catch a fissure with anything you know you need. Location is like the the biggest factor the fisher so you can dump before ounce bottle of pure quilts since there's no fisher around. They're they're not coming. I mean it's as simple as i get so that's <hes> and that's i've always tried to tell people that lure is only as good as the spot that you put put it in. It's kind of like a it's a backup to your to your location to your. I appeal. It's it's just an it's another tool that you have in that bag of tricks. So you carry around in the back of the truck. You know yeah so so you're like type. The amount of lure your pile put a dip stick in pull it out and whatever sticks to that yeah and sometimes i'll wipe off the globe on the end but and that's what i've always told people to though i never tried to you know yeah. I'm definitely guilty of over alluring. I'm sure yeah but i mean some guys. There's guys that you know have have put up way way bigger numbers than what i have and <hes> i know guys that <hes> pyre will only do four sets so it's all in what you wanna do <hes> <hes> i do. I guess a fair amount of i'll go through a gallon in a month. If i'm predator trap in mexico <hes> with you know a lot of remakes and stuff like that but as far as the lure goes very minimal you got some pretty interesting theories on on sent control to listen to a little bit of your demo today a and a lot of questions. It is amazing. The demos that we've watched today the fox the fox and coyote demos have had not specific acidic that we were thinking well. I'm thinking number of questions like how many questions you field fifty yeah. It's just incredible. New other demos is like at the end. Nobody had any questions but but the two or three fox and coyote once it was just boom boom boom boom boom us this. Is that how you you so you may question and answer though i i don't know if you were there from the beginning or not but <hes> i did a question and answer demo and uh <hes> i had no questions for the started out with fax and kept going and trying to work something out of somebody somebody and then about halfway through. I finally started getting some questions rolling so so so thank control what are your thoughts on sandton contracts and all that <hes> i'm. I'm never been a big believer in <hes> you know the log would die in the wax six and <hes> you absolutely have to wear gloves and change in traps out. You know all your traps have to clean <hes>. It's i don't know i always i always thought to myself that <hes> any of these these predators out there they walk over more metal in a day you know stonewalls and just all kinds of stuff. That's buried in the ground and all the <hes> all the deer hunters that there are especially here in the east. I'm learning. I'm sure everywhere. There's you know people thrown sent down down everywhere. Yeah it's just the coyotes and foxes and all all the predators associate so much good with humans yeah yeah. Maybe they associate more good than bad with humans..

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"sandton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Doc this study you sent me on mega threes, and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking a mega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here when you talk about memory that is something that kind of slips we get older tell us more about this. What did you write? This was a great study. Because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal neurology. And they check the three level in the red blood cells of women a thousand women older women. So this is a big study thousand women, but then again, eight years later and the women were on average seventy years old at this point. They did MRI scans of the women's brains, and what they found Steve this is so amazing found at the brain volume for the women that had more threes in red blood cells the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. We're actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain their brains were bigger, you could see it plainly in the MRI. That's really cool. But not only that there's a very important part of the brain notice the hippo campus, very important part of the brain. That facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much and make it three someone's taking in. So if you take it three she will raise your omega three index. We know this. It's a fact you take mega threes you rate up to you wanna have more omega threes in your bloodstream, very important. That's how infused into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etc. So take krill omega fifty plus you get the krill oil sixty seven percent more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil vitamin d in there as well as this Sandton for extra antioxidant power and protect that frame. Protect your memory facilitate their quick that youthful thinking, that's so fun to have when you feel shark when you bring his working great that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to in a conversation. You feel better you'll wake at a bit. You have that energy you feel mentally alert. You feel a live. That's the way I wanna feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this krill omega fifty. Plus, we want people to feel younger we want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude, and that's what this criminal fifty. Plus is all about I I gotta tell you. Doctor Levin, I take the krill omega fifty plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills. And it's so small I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those omega three horse fills the bigger ones. Anyone can do these with ease. And that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula while at the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right. It's so so amazing. This is really a breakthrough. Stephen. I mean for those of you that are picturing this huge omega three till it's not like that. He's are tiny anybody can swallow these. And now with our lemon lock flavor system which hadn't even talked about before you open the bottle up Stephen, smells like. Lemon. We lock in the freshness. Again, extra antioxidant protection extra krill oil, high omega three fish oil supercharging, the amount of omega threes in their vitamin d what value here easy to swallow super fresh my patients, if they were getting this stuff before they saw me it could be spending seventy five eighty dollars to get this combination. So an incredible value. And here's what I want you to pick up the phone pretty quick because believe it or not thousand sounds like a lot. But it's not the bigger radio stations. They move fast, call soon, get your free bottle of krill omega fifty. Plus, everybody's getting that don't worry. You're definitely going to get that. But if you wanted to first douse in, callers, and you get the free e twelve energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get that too. And I demanded this because this is chronic fifty plus, hey, if you're in your forties, and you feel rundown. It's great for you to but fifties sixties seventies hoax in that age bracket. They're not absorbing the b twelve as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the GI track. In response. For absorbing the b twelve so now, you're put the b twelve energy melts on your tongue. He's still issues, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels of b twelve what do you feel when you're boost level of b twelve if you've been low, you feel more energy because b twelve helps meet.

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"sandton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:39 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Let's listen in. Hi, I'm Kelly shoemaker and the head distiller at hangar one distillery. So most people think of vodka is coming from potatoes. But traditionally vodkas made from grain, however, it can be made from anything as long as it's distilled up to one hundred ninety proof. So we like to play with different base materials. But we also do a wide range of vodkas using fresh botanical infused into the vodka as well as one special vodka that we make in which we cut the vodka bottles strength of eighty proof using all water collected from San Francisco fog, so there's a wide range of things you can do. And so when you're adding water from fog into vodka does that affect the flavor of it? What does it do to it? It definitely does were basically using a net to capture microscopic water droplets that are in fog. And when we bring that to the distillery we filter at in boil it, and then added to the vodka and after lab analysis, the water's actually, very neutral. It doesn't really contain any. Mineral content. However, it has this beautiful sort of mineralogy and salinity in the flavor that bounces off the grapes that were distilling to make the vodka in a really beautiful way. So it's something that pays really well with seafood. So what's the process of becoming a distiller like what kind of knowledge do you need to have? How'd you get into that? Yeah. That's a that's an interesting question as well. I mean, we're graft is his growing quite a bit as an industry, and when I started back in two thousand nine there. There wasn't a lot of like training. I apprenticed under another distiller and have learned distilling through apprenticeship through self study through classes and. Now that that craft is swings growing. There's a lot of organizations that offer continuing education, but having a good basic knowledge of chemistry is helpful an appreciation for anything culinary helps. Because you know, we're using a lot of the same ingredients that are used in food and at the end of the day what we're making a food product and will pair with, you know, all different kinds of food ingredients. And so, yeah, there's there's a lot of learning that goes into it. And the thing about crafts that I love is all the distillers like to get together and share ideas. And and I think that's a really great way to sort of grow. And learn and improve our knowledge as distillers. So how is the practice of distilling changing? Yeah. I mean in the US we have some different definitions on how specific spirits are made than another parts of the country. Some of them are very tight whiskeys. For example, bourbons have a lot of really specific regulations, but Jin's odd 'cause there's a wider range of possibilities. And so I think distillers are really starting to push the envelope with innovation and consumers who. Fifty years ago would pick one spirit and order it with the same mixer every time at every bar consumers are looking for new experiences. So they're really open to trying pretty much anything. We can throw at them. So it's a really wonderful time. You can try something new you can innovate. You can throw it out to the public and see what they think and people are usually pretty eager to try stuff. So I see that changing a lot more diversity in the industry. And and that diversity is bringing all kinds of new perspectives and new ideas that are helping to push all that innovation along that leads me to my next question. Are there a lot of female distillers? Is that something that you've seen is growing recently? Yeah. Definitely. You know, again, when I started I didn't know any other female distillers, you know, as I was apprentice, I met one other woman that was brewing that was about my age and Denver. That's where I started when I was making whisky, and I was so excited to meet her. And now, you know, there's there's women summits at the craft distilling conference. And I'm getting to know more and more women that are heading up to Ciller is heading up businesses heading up brands in the distilling space. And it's it's really exciting to see see it happening long ago. Not that long ago a few years ago it used to be like, oh, I'm one of the few female distillers. But now, there's there's so many of us, and it's it's exciting to be able to sort of like share this little camaraderie between us. What is the normal distilling process like for vodka? I'm assuming it's not barrels or things like that. Like it normally is for whiskey and wine. That's true. So making a quality vodkas very difficult, which you don't think the average person understands, you know, they think with ski in general all these really complicated spirits, but having a good quality vodkas, not only really hard to develop your palate to taste the nuances in it, but to make so you can start with any base material that can be prevented in our case, we use midwestern, grains, California wine grapes, that are rented and distilled separately. And then we blend them together. So you start with your rented material? So if you're stealing grapes that means wine you loaded into the still heat. It the alcohol portion will start to boil off your solution. First, and you wanna capture that inside the still now for vodka you have to distill up to one hundred ninety proof. So we use a special kind of still that's a pot column hybrid which basically forces the vapors as they rise up off of our wine solution. To be captured condensed rebate is captured condensed, etc. Through a series of plates in the column multiple times and by doing this each time that changed from gas to a liquid happens. It leaves behind a little more water leaves behind impurities. So that when it reaches the end of the process, we have one hundred ninety or higher proof vodka. I'm this is very important. A lot of people see vodka distilled ten times on a label all vodkas have to be distilled to one hundred ninety proof and after about one hundred ninety three ish it's almost impossible to get much higher. It's exponentially more difficult without being in a vacuum. So all the vodkas on the shelf have to go through the same process of you have to distill it ten times perhaps using a pot you're selling over and over again. But if you're using the proper style of still you'll be able to achieve one hundred ninety proof on the first run once that vodka is collected. We do what's called cutting heads and tails, I'm during you, don't just get pure ethanol, alcohol, others, a lot of other alcohols, and we call that are produced things like method methanol or acetone aldehydes. Those thankfully, come off either right at the beginning of the runner right at the end. And so as a distiller that's kind of where the art comes in as determining where to make your cut. So that you get the best tasting heart or center run. There you end up with your one hundred ninety proof heart you cut it to proof with the water of your choice, which is a very important decision. Because at eighty proof sixty percent of the bottle is is water. And it's ready for bottle. Some folks choose to filter or do infusions and add flavors, but that's the basic process of getting to vodka. So when I think of like going to store and buying like, I know that there's the cheap vodka that you shouldn't really by. And then there's all of their est-. Is there a way to know what a good vodka brand is going to be when you're in the store by reading the labels or anything like that? Yeah. That's that's another great question. There's so many different based materials that can be used to make Fahd Curnow bring a little something different to the vodka. Honestly, if you're looking to try new brand, I think the best way to do. It is to go to a good quality craft cocktail bar or talked to a bartender that you know, because they've usually had the opportunity to try a few different things, then you can try a cocktail with something. Try a lot of different flavors before you commit to a whole bottle. But worst case scenario, you've got to find something for that dinner party. And you'd like something really great, you know, talk to the folks at the store and finding more and more. The the people that run the stores are really excited to bring a ton of knowledge. And they've usually got a really good base for what's quality, and what different flavor profiles exist in the different spirits. But at the end of the day, it's all about tasting and trying new things and keeping track because there are some really inexpensive spirits that are very high quality. And there's some really expensive spirits that aren't that. Great for someone who wants to start tasting vodka and kind of understanding the complexity of flavors. What are some tips for starting to understand how to taste vodka? Definitely I think first and foremost taste of variety of odd. Because at the same time so get two or three look for different one just for a little bit. You don't need a lot and taste them at room temperature. A lot of people think you should be shooting vodka chilled. If you're doing shots have a good time. But when you're tasting something at room temperature of the volatile sort of rise off a little bit more. So you can get more of a nose and more of an idea of the Sandton sent plays such a huge power in. What you taste keep notes? Go back and reference there's wonderful research to do on the internet. But I definitely think if you're comparing a few because at once tasting them straight sipping water between and bizarrely tasting earlier in the day works better as it gets later in the day. You've eaten a lot of things.

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"sandton" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on AppStories

"Our thing. Winnowed for their support of apps stories. Yeah. Of more freedom, and which it's that are better than the current widget system. I also think there should be a way to add shortcuts in the sense of like app actions that do something in the background or that take you to someplace inside of an app so series shirk cuts, but on the home screen as for creek axes. And they, you know, for example, you may have I don't know at Tex case short at that takes whatever it is. You copied transforms the text rat on your home screen and puts it back on the on the keyboard? So the really to have actual actions, not just launchers, but actions on your home screen and also you should be able to add bookmarks to anything. Maybe you wanna have a bookmark for a specific PDF that you keep an eye out drive. You should be able to add that PDF to your home screen and do Sandton whether it's a long time. App or some other gesture to preview that PDF right within the home screen. So the just like on the MAC, you can put anything on your desktop, and then do something with it. I think there's there's room for apple to rematch in these ideas. Make it more modern make it easier to use for multi touch on for the ipad. And really refresh. The same concept for twenty nineteen essentially, I just one I really I just wanna have this system where I can put anything I want on my home screen, and I can get things done from the home screen without having to just exit apps open different app. Do Sandton go back to the home screen do Sandton. Again, you know, I just wanna have more productive home screen. And Finally, I would like to mention that technically speaking spotlight search is part of the same springboard process that manages a bunch of things on US, including the home screen at. I think SP. Spotlight. Search should be better integrated with the home screen right now when you know when you're working on the app pro and you hit command space, the spotlight, basically, take sober as a sort of a full screen search mode. It doesn't feel like it's tach d- to the home screen. But if the hums cream becomes a storage space if you will like a personal desktop. I think spotlight should be able to search that space and should be able to highlight things on your home screen and take you there in a more cohesive way instead of just saying you can open spotlight, and then you can jump from spotlight to result. I wanna be able to search my home screen quickly select things, especially with the keyboard. So imagine a process where there's a.

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"sandton" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"So it's a so what now what approach got? So I I was sick. And I had asthma nowadays kid kids picked on me. So what not what I? Had social anxiety growing up high school in Logan college. I used drinking Cup of that up. So what now what would you that fridge? So what? Now, I might Sandton. Actual okay. Got on differs. Yep. So he he told me he I is limiting beliefs. And he's like, well, let me ask tell me if this makes sense, you told me when I'm telling you now, and I'm meeting it was like lights going off to head. And so so so I my life. I drank alcoholic and became all. Okay. So what? Now, what when you separate all those things. Now, I can free myself up. So now, I'm recovery coach. So I wasn't alcoholic. And this is what I should at. There's a big thing about I'm recovering or recovered. I like to say recovered. I'm recovered alcoholic that separates for me got to now I can go into my life and do the next thing, which is helping these men take back before their life before it gets to the point where got from. My sister got got. Got it. And then so, you know, when you when you went in a apologize to your other system, adding yes savvy, so walk us through that. Because this people that problem anybody that if it from learning how to ask for forgiveness. Yeah. So on the biggest snack and say about asking in this making amends minute meeting wrong and making it right is what is your intention? So when I went back to Miami and around that girl, and for years after this, actually, I I would I would apologize to her collar up apologize to her tender texts apologizing to her as males apologizing to her and always out to get like short one word answers in sponsor can't it hurts too much my intention every time I did that was to win her back. My intention. I apologize about family for so long was to give them up back. So they make make make me look good in there is again. Yeah. So whenever now when I went I really went back and made these apologies. Let go of the result. Like, you're going to. It's it's like it's not about them. It's like we're talking about today with this about the reader like it's not about like, I'm saying I'm saying I'm starting to what did I do to you? I'm sorry for what I did to you. And what can I do to make it right now? So instead of having that intention of this is going to help me I'm gonna make this. You're gonna see me a good light again. Like, I'm here to make you whole again from what I did to you shirt. So just looking at anytime like in this making policy anytime is just what is your intention for making legitimate making policy for the other person or for yourself got got. Okay. And then so some guy context he's he's been drinking for power long. Hiding it. And and and all of a sudden it's starting to crumble like everything that he's been hiding, you know, work and relationships in his kids. And so what's the first thing that you say to the sky when he comes in and send you a message or calls who each person where he start I start with asking him. What's going on right now? Is he Princeton at this moment? Find out like what what if he is. Let's work on getting him to stop okay on. It's it's it can be dangerous finding Halley four. If would the taper off sometimes, but I will tell them like listen you needed about all the hall in the house like create the mass most amount of friction between the all that you can't herself about the first thing we get you to do is to stop drinking..

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"sandton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"This study. You sent me on this omega threes, and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking a mega three set some pretty incredible benefits here when you talk about memory that is something that kind of slips as we get older tell us more about this. Would you write? This is a great study important study. Because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal neurology. And what they did is they check the omega three level in the red blood cells of women thousand women older women. This is a thousand women, but then again, eight years later and women were on average seventy eight years old at this point. They did MRI scans of the women's brains, and what they found Steve this is so amazing. They found at the brain volume for the women had higher. Omega three indexes. In other words, they had more omega threes in red blood cells the women that had more threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain their brains were bigger, you could see. Plainly in the MRI. Cool, but not only that is a very important part of the brain noticing campus, very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much free someone's taking in. So if you take omega three she will raise your omega three index, we know this. It's a fact you take 'em raise it up. So you wanna have more omega threes in your bloodstream, very important Intel infuses into all the membranes into the joints into the rain, etc. To take the krill omega. Fifty plus get the krill oil more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil vitamin d in there as well as the Sandton for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain protect your memory facility quick that you full thinking, that's so fun to have when you when you feel sharp when you bring his working, great brain. Energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better you we gotta bid you have that energy you feel mentally alert. You feel alive? That's the way. I wanna feel that's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this krill omega fifty. Plus, we want people to feel younger we want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude, and that's what this of fifty. Plus, he's all about I I gotta tell you. Doctor Levin, I take the krill omega fifty plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills. And it's so small I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those omega three horse stills, the bigger ones anyone can do these with ease. And that's what's great about tell us. How did you supercharge this formula while at the same time shrinking the capsule size? How you do that? It's so amazing. This is really a breakthrough. Stephen. I mean for those of you that are picturing this you Joe make it three pill. It's not like that these are tiny. They're so small anybody can swallow these my son Corey has trouble swallowing. Owing pills. He gets these down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle up.

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"sandton" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on Upgrade

"Of course. Physics but not anything which makes me concern that it's going to fall over putting in like like Sandton interest in mechanism bright. It's it's kind of like the the the visor mechanism of clumping on the sides. But it has these two little string things that you pull on the back of the clamps. So it comes out really easily like you could just pull apart very easily. Also because it's it's much kind of thicker and sturdier. I can actually put my ipad with the small keyboard attached to it and folded around in this. Stance. I don't need to take out the case use the only thing I have to do which just frustrating. The only frustration apple pencil off the side because of was won't clamp in but because the base of mantle it just kind of magnetically attach is. So it's like it's just there. This. I think is the fa- me as the puff extend. It's very justifiable. You can turn left and right like move up and down, you know, you can kind of like. Just get it in the right way. You I'm very very very happy with the stand. All right. And you didn't just rush into it. Iraq, losing this for a couple of months, wile. Okay. All right. All right, Mike. Well, I want you were talking about one. So one. One because it has all of the stuff that makes via zone. Good, right. Like, it's nice adjustable is easy to get in and out. But it goes super high. That's good. Yeah. That's good. Because that's the problem. I have and and you mentioned it which is. Organically, right you. Ideally, you want your keyboard at a good height for your, you know, ninety degree angle for your elbows and all of that. And then you want the screen to be level with your eyes. And that's a that's that's almost always going to be a long way off the countertop. And when I'm standing at the bar in my kitchen or sitting it's you know, the ipad is is definitely down. I'm definitely looking down which is not ideal for that situation. So all right. I'll check it out. And I'll report back and see if I agree or disagree. And now I have three ipads, I can make a little like group picture or something or surround myself with pads and just keep turning around. And there's an ipad everywhere. I look something like that. So we go to slightly different take on upstream this week because we had some late breaking news before the show about a separate known kind of video media streaming service that apple is apparently working on. There was. Report from Chetta cheddar is a kind of buzzfeed's style business. Reporting journalism outfit there I actually really like Chetta as it speaks in languages and Tom's I understand. But as reporting on like big business stuff analyst, stuff's look soft things like that. They reported. The apple is apparently planning a gaming subscription service. They assiting five sources, which are of the Asli the game developers that apple has been talking to. This is a quote from the article on Chetta the service would function like net flicks for games allowing users who pay a subscription fee to access a bundled.

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"sandton" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And of course, that can be really really hard and Ken Cole's incredible problems with with concentration, and there's some wonderful descriptions of weary monks in in some of the texts. I studied you know, monks who basically engage in all sorts of very modern sounding displacement. Activities. You know, they go out and they had the sun and they become really sleepy amend Nate go and see another moon Li chat for hours in the nephew, really tired. Again. You know, they only descriptions of monks who don't quite manage to commit to the university rigorous discipline was required. And then of course, I think what what else it becomes interesting done in a monastic setting, you know, because because the sort of hermitages, but the hermit monks. They were obviously all living separately in in their own little. I'm not entirely sure how sill sales in visit. Yeah. But then when when Christianity became more more broadly organized around monasteries, the lazy monk became a big social problem. You know, because he goes monastries depend on everybody tripping in everybody doing their job everybody contributing to the community. And and the wom- lays Iman could cause a lot of resentment. I worked you know as. Still the case nowadays or so during the medieval time middle ages exhaustion was seen as a spiritual. It's a weakness of the will as we shift into the renaissance though, again, we see exhaustion changing. So how did it change during the renaissance? Yeah, I actually studied a remain state tax by a fifteenth century humanist cold mass senior phychi. No, he he wrote a text that is called three books on live and between a was a Neo play. Tunis end was very very interested in occult series. He was into alchemy, and he was in to an astronomy astrology all vs sighting of secure sciences, and he profoundly believed in in the sort of microcosm. Microcosm connection and his main. Cure for exhaustion was really the idea that we need to realign our. Patterns of behavior with the movements of the planets. So he believed that exhaustion in again. In the form of melancholia was cool spy the planet. Saturn, Saturn, really really held sway over the melancholic temperaments and not basically people with a melancholic temperament needed to do quite a lot to to counter act the influence of Sandton, and he came up with from testily obscure recipes for for what the melancholic should should do. And he also recommended which is one of my favorite cures for exhaustion all fake, downsizing and audit dancing, a little about realigning your energy with the energy of the planet. So he recommended that. We we imitate the movement of the planets by moving our body in certain ways. So so reading a phychi no is actually very entertaining nowadays zoo. So he sounds like here. It's sort of seen as exhaustion as a source being the. The individual being the source of exhaustion like the planets were it was like an outside source that cause you to be really tired. Yeah. I think that's another. That's another really interesting fact in his history of exhaustion red responsibility shaved from inas was his to Alto. Sources, you know, sometimes they can be environmental like the planets and very often they can be very specific socio political developments as we will see later on. So for example, in the nineteenth century when serious began to talk about nerves and nerve force and a lack of nerve force. And they started a single exhaustion as basically being coast by lack of nervous energy, lack of north nerve power lack of nerve force. And they very very explicitly blamed this lack of nerve force on the modern urban environment. And that was you know, the the sort of past very clear-cut. And reassignment of responsibility to something that is outside of our control. You know, basically the series on the theories of nervous exhaustion, but all saying that we have victims of social political developments and technological developments. Most famous amongst these was, of course, the American physician George Embiid who point the newer senior diagnosis in eighteen eighty. So.

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"sandton" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"So it's an improved performance how he'd go. We don't know. But he's only six and knock on Sandton against a horse because they make foods of you. And with an attitude as genuine is his who knows how could he could be a big fan of the source leading up to the right. She put him up for it as well. And at the time he was reasonably attractive price. He was second favourite. What was your take on two per me? I'm it was like the bare form he's received three pounds of Sublieutenant and the only beaten by short head. So it's not a spectacular piece of farm. When you watch us. You know that mistake at the Ford last for with already be the fifth last was just came at a terrible time. You know, you're climbing they're tired or so it's just it's a horrible place because you don't what to ask them to to remake up that ground to quickly when you're climbing, and it just put him on the back foot a bid with it with a good horse in front of them that have had the run of us under JJ, and he just did a big job to get them back because tiredness is not ground is feeding off track and two and a half as a as he wants to go. So I don't think he probably did more in Detroit town than he did in winning this am I expect them to come forward? Again, back a tree miles. He's only a six year old. Fuck you do with them. Do you look after him for the season or you throw them into wolves? And the go help and see what happens tricky decision, but gigging sound without options. They might give him. The safer option. If you would run of the Ryanair would have you to maybe trying to make him a a Cup harsh next season bus. Ultimately, he needs to bring his farm forward to get there. But I wouldn't rule out the possibility a very quick word. Untold recall. He's never been convincing jump over fences for me. He's chancy and can be can be careless. And obviously he came down to the last year. You know, since he wanted elaborate feed have given him his chance to to step up to the next level. He has managed to do. So I just wonder would what they go back over hurdles, and he's an interesting horse. Overheard was the last time we saw him was w racing vote last year where he put up a remarkable performance where he put like an absolute Mustang the whole way instead managed away all beat off American. If we know we know he's a one fifty six horse over fences. So you you should be waiting in those circumstances. But jeez the way he pulled he'll to have no right to win. And so and in staying hurdle division debts windy, as we keep saying, I was just putting be would be against going down that route with him and seeing what happens because I don't take. When I go a call. I'd be pretty served in that. And so what do you do do you dip around air in lesser graded races and tried to win one? Like he has been or you give them a goal at maybe coming up winning. Nice races over hurdles if he's mining heavy to smaller obstacles if he was going to go for her. What would you go with? It's probably too late to try and qualify for temps. Probably too late where necessary to be the next one is at Punchestown there in a few weeks off the top my head..

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"sandton" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"And I'm working on something right now where I was researching the process and got some sanding sealer because that's is the right way to do it. And I've been using it in the surface on this would is unbelievably smooth two coats a light sanding into more coats. And I'm just like why have I not been using this? I know all the real wood workers in the world are like yes, Bob. That's why tell everybody to use it when you could you could just able your thing just give it a coda polyurethane, and that's the coat that would raise the grain. And that is you're saying seal coat, and then you said that in the top of that as you build each time. You said your smoothing more. So Santon seal is obviously usable I use a lack of Sandon sale, which was great super smelly. It works. It gives it like a real. Really beautiful finish to to base your other finishes on. But if you just use it, for instance, that the painted the cabinets I made black the first coat. I didn't show it on camera because it's a little redundant. I painted the whole thing. And then I just block sanded the whole entire cabinet and then painted it again and blocks have been painted it a third time. And that's when you get a nice fish. So I said and sealed air quotes with the paint itself. So Yeah. guess. Yeah. I mean, I guess you could use anything for that process. It's more process than product. But I'm using spray lacquer, and it it, you know, one thin coat a spray lacquer will raise it quite a bit. And once you knock that off man it gets really smooth. And I've done that in the past. But I've never done that through enough stages to where you know, now, I'm ready for actual finish. And it's just like buttery smooth. So it's that's been a cool thing to see like, I should have been doing this all along. The other thing was you're talking about nicking something with a chisel in that reminded me of denting. Would I've seen this? I've never done this where you can sometimes if there's a dent in. I guess it's only works in softer woods where you can use an iron with steam, and it will release that dent to a degree in pull it back out because done that does that work. It does it. Yeah. My dad he used to he he was a huge pool player like pools and billiards, and he used to do a lot of q repairs for people and and the the cue stick. The the business end of it is made from maple at least in most cases, it's made from maple and it gets dinged up all the time, and he wouldn't even use an iron. He would just put a drop a wire on their let it sit and expand. And then send it back down. And the dent was gone. So it does work and even in Hollywood, I was gonna ask is it soft hard. Any would worse? It has worked just expanding. It works to some extent depends on how damage the actual is. But it has worked for me, especially sometimes veneers. You wanna pop up a little dead air. But another time a lot of times, I'll fill another thing. I do is. Let's say you you make something in hardwood. And you don't you have gaps. And you're like, oh, you didn't realize as you will working you save the sawdust, and I mix it in with the first coda, poly. So wherever those paint the whole thing. And then I take sodas today. Rub. It into any of the small cracks in the let it dry, and then as you say that you do maybe once or twice more. So that fine saw say from the Sander bag, for instance, will fill in a little Milo keep minor gaps and stuff. So that's that's always something to do in the Sandton seal coat. Good builder..

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"sandton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Schools and. Knucklehead row, of course, is the op-ed section of the New York Times. And this is from the New York Times editors any letter Sunday to lawmakers the White House laid out its latest proposal for dressing the border. Tomo the administration called for more immigration and border patrol agents. Very much needed. By the way. That's one of the problems is reason is a crisis war detention beds. And of course, five point seven billion dollars to build two hundred and thirty four new miles of border wall. The White House also demanded an additional eight hundred million for urgent humanitarian needs such as medical support transportation in temporary facilities for processing and housing detainees. All very important. Translation, says the New York Times a former newspaper translation, Mr. Trump's mass incarceration of migrant families is overwhelming and already burden system that without a giant injection of taxpayer dollars will continue to collapse leading to ever more human suffering. The situation is an especially rich example of the Trump doctrine break, something then demand cr-. Edit and in this case a lot of money for promising to fix it. This is utter humbug, this is complete humbug, whether they're blaming Trump with the collapse of these governments that has had caused this onslaught of people what they're saying is he's he's mean to incarcerate them. He's mean to hold them as he is supposed to do. So we're just supposed to let them flow into the country. They never they never follow out their own logic. I mean, what does that mean? They flow into the country. They are just allowed anybody who wants to just pour in. There is no rule of law. Our compassion. Our wonderful hearts are wonderful virtue. Overrides the law. So we treat those people for whom we feel compassion one way. And those people who the media doesn't like we treat an entirely different way. And here's the key point. They give themselves away at the New York Times any attempt to sell Mr. Trump's cruel image, immigration agenda, with the near humanitarian measures should be viewed with skepticism another words anything that makes Trump look like a decent human being trying to solve a problem that he didn't cause must be stopped because we. We hate Trump. You want to see how much they they don't even know they don't even know that hatred is what is governing them. They don't know that that's who they are. Frank bruni. One of the biggest knuckleheads on knucklehead row is on with Brian Stelter and stuff Stelter asks him, oh, you guys the last editor of the New York Times was fired. Her name escapes me at the moment. But she was fired when she was fired. She said the times plays it straight. And now she no longer says that she says, it's just become an anti-trump paper. And so here's Frank Bruni answering that charge that news coverage of Trump is negative is too negative. What where's the truth while I disagree wholeheartedly with that? He's a singular president. He was a singular candidate. No one has lied like him. I mean at that altitude. No, one has had this sort of ethical problems that he does no one has had the areas of ignorance if you to call that out accurately is to end up with a body of coverage that is unusually negative, but it is absolutely appropriate to the man and the situation at hand so negative but accurate. Yeah. Anti-trump connotes driven by some sort of animists, regardless of the facts. I don't think we've been anti-trump. I think we have been negative. And I think that's the only honest way to cover this president. What about tone, though, do you think that tone is sometimes yes, I think the one way in which we leave ourselves vulnerable is our tone can become mocking and sneering. And I don't mean just on the opinion pages where that's not so unusual. But sometimes in news coverage when we do that we heard ourselves because we give his supporters away to say, look they can't give him a fair shake because they feel so negatively toward him. So I think you have to watch our town as we're not biased kings Sandton..

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"sandton" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"sandton" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Over on the game scoop fan page on Facebook, one of our fans, tons Eam Drako Rashid pointed out that we are entering the final year of this decade can only mean it's time for game of the decade watch. And he's. That's my time. All six mega man games. Yeah. Commonality? Megabit legacy collection come out this year or last year. So it's it's a qualifies. He he put together a list of nominees things actually pretty good starting point. Actually, I his list is sky room. Okay. Portal to the last of us. Remember, we're going from two so unfair. That those games are out the same decade two thousand ten to today grant that five Batman Arkham night with or your Arkham flavor of choice spent. Although I think it'd be my choice. I think silence too early. I think it was nine the which three the five the phantom pain legend of Zelda breath wild God of war and red Simpson to pretty good. I mean, that's obviously a list of really good games. Yeah. Oh, yeah. This sandton. Did it Sam play dumb now? So this. That's pretty good with her mental your salad, but there's a bunch of games on there that did come out this decade or that aren't on there that came out in the past decade games. I want to remind people like Mario odyssey. Just give me a yes, or no is that is that one of the ten best games really that game to death. But. No, sell the just Zelda. Okay. That's interesting unsorted four. No, no charts on charter charter to charted to shorted as total. I don't think is. I don't think it makes the it's whatever. What about smaller stuff both limbo and inside came out in the past? I think those are uncharted to played inside over the hall. It's amazing. It's amazing. And it was one of those things where I sat there, and I was like I'll just try to for few minutes. I played the whole for four hours. What's happening Razi? I mean. Like just from the perspective of being like, a cultural moment is like, you know, stuff like the Walking Dead. Like, I wanna bugs the Walking Dead like telltale season one. That change like there's a before. And after point in like video games, and the type of games that get made based off the success of that game. Yeah, overwatch. Oh, yeah. No. I don't know if it's in the top Tim, Bill, definitely, dude. Game's really good good. But it's like just like a formula. That's been there. Like if I'm thinking, oh, what are you talking about it invented the formula the shooting like yeah did? But I feel like there's other games that are still kind of its problem is it's like movies like voting for the Oscars. It's like these are very like conscious in your brain right now. But if I if I was actually pick any game on there, say pro portal to is probably pretty high up there from. Yeah. For sure in at least in the top throws league out in this decade. No, no. When I came out Doda to. Yeah. That's us. Yeah. That's what about like borne dark souls to phenomenally popular game. Yeah. That whole dark souls series kinda axles. Choose the favorite, right? So people. Don't like what. Yeah. That's interesting because it's the highest rated of. Yeah. The those games. But I know, you know, get sat next to clue for many years and to the one that people don't like the shovel Knight. Yeah. Another something smell it. Sam Sam scoffs? Nothing is trouble night. Yeah. I mean, a mental yourself five. So hard to compare the two what about Mario Kart eight? Great game. Yeah. I don't know. It's a little bit more Nintendo on this list. Right. There is missing intendo stuff. Well, this galaxy to those we you years that were just kinda dicey. I mean, the thing about game of the decade list is like it's the same reason, you can have the funniest most immaculately made comedy movie of all time, and it's never going to win best picture like you need, a subject matter that has some gravitas, and like, you know, something for the actors and for audiences to sort of sink their teeth into Espy more substantive like maybe something like overwatch or whatever like two is the best most important game of the last decade..

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Harvard Study: Hurricane Maria Killed Thousands of Puerto Ricans

The Takeaway

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Harvard Study: Hurricane Maria Killed Thousands of Puerto Ricans

"Thirteen days after hurricane maria made landfall in puerto rico president donald trump visited the island every jessica but if you look at a real catastrophe like katrina and you look at the tremendous hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people that died and you look at what happened here with really a storm that was just totally overpowering nobody's ever seen anything like this at what is your what is your death count as of this moment seventeen sixteen that's puerto rico governor ricardo rossello you're answering the president there at the time less than two weeks after the hurricane i hit the official government death toll was sixteen people at what is your what is your death count as of this moment seventeen sixteen sixteen people certified sixteen people versus in the thousands you can be very proud of all of your people all of our people working together sixteen versus literally thousands of people you can be very proud everybody around this table and everybody watching can really be very proud of what's taking place in puerto rico as president trump applauded his administration's efforts puerto ricans were experiencing a very different reality at that point the power grid was completely broken communication was almost nonexistent and news reports found it was more likely that dozens of people had died from the storm or more fast forward to today the official government death toll for hurricane maria has climbed to sixty four but one estimate by harvard researchers puts the number of people who have died from the storm at at least four thousand six hundred and forty five more than twice as many as hurricane katrina and the next hurricane season is just days away i'm ten vega and this is the takeaway it's been two hundred and fifty two days since hurricane maria made landfall in puerto rico with the power grid destroyed and communication difficult many relied on radio is a crucial form of communication my name is john news director and journalists and also a radio host for combat sandton.

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