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"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"I had to whatever else on my dog You know what? I mean? It's meant to be able to give people who are doing interesting work. That might be world-changing. Yeah. Now you're right on the money with that and this is really this year because of just released plan with both diamond and Kickstarter is is the closest I think I'll ever you know, I've had today 8 to doing that, you know Comics are really the the main push of what I'm going to be doing this year worth more than you know before it was always film and I was fitting in the comics as I could. This is quite the opposite and it it feels real nice, you know, and and I know there is something that is so interesting to me that just what happens if you keep making stories, you know, that's that's what has kind of just surprised the hell out of me having not just done this apama series. None of this other stuff would have sprung out of it, you know and what's bringing out of it is what's got me. So excited now, would you sent you did the hero tomorrow? Would you consider doing your own movie based on one of the other characters while we were shopping around Bloom as you know, it's a pretty modest budget kind of movie. You got two people in the woods for 85% off of it. And so we were trying to shop that around and I would have been happy to direct it. You know, if the right people would have come along to help with the production money and and you know, putting that whole machine behind it we couldn't get that together so made a comic but yeah anytime I would do it. So are you still a consumer as well as the producer of what other artists writers T shows whatever things have like that special spark that you make a point of oh, you gotta catch this. This is really like nothing you've ever seen before. I love it and any quick recommendation. Oh gosh. Yeah, let's see on in the comic book world. I really become disenchanted with Spider-Man again. You know this whole Kindred thing is awful and I you know, I I came so close to writing Marvel letter and saying you just lost your.

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"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"We're heading down. But if we see something interesting along the way we are going to stop and explore we're going to check into the motel. We're going to try the diner everybody recommend. So like this, you know tap dance Killer dead. Was not really on the radar of of the big thing that was happening between a Palma and Regina. What happened is I was you know, I do film work as well. I was doing this documentary for near West Theater. It was coincidental, you know Ilya lives at West 65th and Detroit Avenue near West Theater was building their new location at 6 a.m. Yeah, Gordon Square two bucks one block away 67th and Detroit and I said Hey, what if I tell this to Milo? What a Philly is it at the coffee shop and some you know, you know Q AJ Kal comes in and she's got flyers for the musical and she's like Hey, we're auditioning. It's Community Theater thing. You want to you want to come down early as like, you know, I'm tired of getting my ass kicked as a superhero and why not do something fun. And so and plus I might get a chance to pick it up four digits, you know, and so he he goes to this audition and and we just wage Ran with this idea completely out of order from what we were wanting to tell and I for me, you know a Palma ten and eleven. This two-parter is is one of the things I'm most proud of in my entire career. I just love it. And so then so here we are. I'm you know, I'm showing this book off at like New York Comic-Con really where it was very palpable people were coming up and going who is this character? Who is this tap? Dance killer what's this about? And I would tell it's Nikki sinclaire, you know, she's a mega talented actor she gets cast in a horror show musical think it's permanently locked into the role and starts trying to wipe out the mafia boss and they were buying the prince of her images of her being like to Shared on Facebook by the thousands which was not happening with a promise no matter how much we tried..

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"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"You know, there's just so long Much when they have seventy years of Mythology to be beholding to yeah, and when you start with a brand new universe and there's no superheroes when it starts every villain is introduced and it's like wow, we've just increased the villain population by 50% you know, and and yeah, I mean some of the reviews have really liked that they they've called that out that it's it's just refreshing to be in a universe where you can be on board from the top and it's obviously told with with a passion for what you named Lee Kirby and did KO remita, you know what they created I was going to say that that's what I really loved. I mean I met you at well the wizard worlds and just oh, okay. Okay. I'll check it out. Why not and I got it and it sat for a while. I'm like, okay, you know, I helped them out and then I started reading and I'm reading it going. Wait a second. Is this a reprint from something I missed back in the seventies. I'm like, oh my God. Just like I'm like, this is great. And then you know, you get the the different characters and villains and I'm laughing because you know, they're not like these superpower. It's like some guy pulled a suit out of his Palm Beach can and put it on to be a superhero and not saying that in a derogatory way. It's that it's not the spandex. It's not the shiny. It was more normal average guy. I feel but they get something weird that happens to them and you know, and in fact didn't Ilya say, you know, this smells like writing suit or something like that when he first got it home. And yeah. Yeah, it was also quandary in Spider-Man. Like how did she wash his costume without having at may find out about it. And you know, it's just that he can a superhero costume on patrol for 10 days in a row without getting what else you say is what I loved about Marvel as opposed to d c is that wage? No, the person behind the mask is so much more important. And at least in my opinion. I was a Peter Parker guy, you know, I just I growing up I felt that character he related to me and I related to him, you know, it was just sort of there was a magic there that I never felt with Clark Kent or Bruce Wayne and I you know, I would pick up Superman or Batman for tennis shoe runs and I was yeah, I'm just going to stick with my Marvel people, you know, and I guess when it came to creating jobs, you know, my father used to have a tire store in Akron, you know and and many Summers or after schools weekends. I'd be down there changing tires. I was thirteen years old changing tires, but these guys and God I I just never felt like the dudes those kind of dudes were ever represented as sort of an alter ego and that's so we made Ilia just sort of this. You know Blue Collar is almost a you know an upgrade for what he thought. Does an ice cream truck, you know, and he's he really just any job to get by kind of guy and I think it's really just kind of taking what stage and and and Steve did with Peter Parker and trying to make him even more relatable and you know, like if Peter Parker shows up in a in a you know at a party..

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Episode 41  Ted Sikora  Bloom - 70 years of mythology

Discovered Wordsmiths

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 41 Ted Sikora Bloom - 70 years of mythology

"You you picked up on things that I hope we are accomplishing. You know, that that we're we're trying to do comics in a modern way in a new setting but with a nod to the classics that we took up loving so much and you know, trying to almost take like the the Bronze Age of comics and evolve them in a different direction than the way things did so we we kept you know, the big captions on the cover and all the hype and you know, the these kind of exactly larger-than-life arcs that you know, you really can't get from Marvel or DC anymore and it's not anybody's fault. It's just the fact that it's very hard to create an impactful Batman or Spider-Man story anymore. You know, there's just so long Much when they have seventy years of Mythology to be beholding to yeah,

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"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"Different. I have another podcast Relentless geekery that I do with my friend Alan baltus and on that episode. We interviewed Ted sikora, he is from Cleveland does a graphic novel comic book off? Palma and he has a new one coming out called Bloom when we interviewed him. He was working on his Kickstarter for Bloom Allen and I both love the stories the art everything about thoughts on the series and we wanted to make our first guest someone special and we asked and he said yes, it was a great time good interview. But because Ted's a writer I thought it was a great episode to listen to for discovered wordsmiths. I know most people probably don't know who he is and it's a shame because I really love what he's done. So, this is a little different of an episode. It's not your normal fiction or non-fiction, but I love what he's done. This is something you should check out even though the kickstarter is over. You can go to Hero tomorrow, order any of the books from Ted any of his Comics check it out on comixology. They are fun. They are really reminiscent of the seventies if you're off. That era of comic books or if you just want to read something that's not your typical Marvel DC Superheroes. Enjoy the interview. And if you haven't figured it out the other voice you hear is my friend John Alan. I did edit this one down quite a bit. It's still a little longer than normal. But there's a lot of good information. A lot of good things. Ted says about his path his journey and working with the starter. So enjoy cat is a delight to have you ever see. This is Ted sikora, who is a longtime Comic Book Creator Movie Creator ahead of hero tomorrow Enterprises. I'm not sure if I have exactly the word but has done all kinds of things that I have first stumbled onto at a ComiCon and then began to actively follow because I love the quality of the work. Thank you so much for having me. Okay, so I'm sure and hopefully we've got some people out there going. I've never heard of this guy. Who is he so go ahead do some unabashed bragging about yourself. Tell us all about wage. How happy you are to be doing what you're doing. Oh my gosh. Well, wow, there's no reading there. Thank you so much guys for having me on the show today. You you picked up on things that I hope we are accomplishing. You know, that that we're we're trying to do comics in a modern way in a new setting but with a nod to the classics that we took up loving so much and you know, trying to almost take like the the Bronze Age of comics and evolve them in a different direction than the way things did so we we kept you know, the big captions on the cover and all the hype and you know, the these kind of exactly larger-than-life arcs that you know, you really can't get from Marvel or DC anymore and it's not anybody's fault. It's just the fact that it's very hard to create an impactful Batman or Spider-Man story anymore..

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"A little bit more than motivation and the obsession of something if it really was well like Magneto instead of just being a villain when they revealed that he was a dog Survivor a death camp Survivor, it gives a whole different perspective on why he's so adamant about protecting others like him and that he thinks the whole world is a bad place because in his growing up it seemed that every authority figure every every person that had power abused it. So anyway, I just I love the fact when there's more depth and whenever people used to talk to me about what are you reading? Comic books? Haven't you graduated from comic books? Haven't you grown up? It's like no you're just not reading the right ones. There's great stuff done and let me give me a couple hours and I'll be happy to tell you about how good comic books can be so.

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"All right, I want to do both of these series and instead of going to separate our church. I'll just we put the call out. Will you describe both projects and said are you know if you're interested in one or not the other or both let us know so two hundred people applying for both, you know a combined and mostly they would have taken either gig. To take the question sort of an order with the artists. We I've decided I wanted to do both Blue Man tap-danced Killer at the same time. Like I said, I thought let's not do to artists searches. So we put the call out both books were mentioned in it described and we got two hundred submissions and the way I you know, initially I would look at the work that they had done and if they you know, if it was a style that I thought I could see on the book. I thought all right, so they they get into that category and then we you know we go through and see how are sequential are they are they is this like a cover artist or is it somebody that can actually tell a story and you know you the 200 keeps getting whittled down and whittled down. And then I would have them do a paid not like a full price paid thing but like an audition paid rate for an image of either Dead character depending on how I was feeling about them. So we would get these Pinups of either tap dance killer or Regina and from that I would be like, all right. Now I'm going to give you a sample, you know down down again. Here's a sample page of action that I want you to lay out and that will be also, you know a nominal fee that I paid to have who knows maybe Thirty people do page layouts and it was in that process where it really got narrowed down, you know, and with which I just immediately saw a Regina that I I cared about. I just thought this is you know, Donnie did an amazing image of Regina, which is one job. Variant covers but I didn't feel like she was approachable. She's almost like a goddess or something and it was but what he did was tapping. His killer was amazing and thought that he ended up getting that gig and and Bush got the bloom and with Milo of you know, we're still kicking around a palm ideas. He's working on something now called the the heel which is this Wrestling book completely unrelated to any of the stuff we've done in the past. The reason I thought Captain's killer solo is I you know the musical I wrote nothing like Vaudeville years ago is where tap dance killer was pulled from and same with the villains her Terror. And so I really had quite a lot. I mean I have I've had those characters in my head for almost twenty-five years and I had a story I really wanted to tell and and he understood that off. It's similarly with Bloom. When I created Regina that whole thing..

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"I met her at steel city con home and she just immediately when I met her she was cosplaying right across from me as a character from his heroin Berg series, but I just as soon as I spoke to her like, oh my God, you have such a Regina Vibe. I showed her Regina and she was like, oh my gosh, this is you know, this is this is so cool. And I said, well, she's tell me more about the character. Well, she sings she dances in a band she sings backup. She goes I danced in a band and sing backup offer like this crazy. It's just like Josie who does plays tap dance killer who is also an actor just like that Nikki Saint Clair. I'm going all over the place here, but so long Anyway, we did this photo shoot she came to my studio about three weeks ago and it was just all doors. You know, we we listen to The Doors of probably every album while we're doing the photoshoot. I really love things you shared about like that. It's all metafiction. You know, if you see movies like Being John Malkovich where you know, the the line between who I am and what I'm going into my work and then after a while maybe you don't keep a clear demarcation between that and that's both wonderful and hazardous and it sounds like there's an end that would coincidences happen in your life. You're like I could kind of use this and I don't think it's cheating the fact that the Universe said. Hey, here's an idea for you and it just kind of like plopped it in your lap. It's wonderful that you're meeting people that have a sympathetic Vibe and that, you know, I don't know so you mentioned What musician like, I would how about Spirit if you ever heard twelve dreams of dr. Sardonicus. There's a whole bunch of good old spirit. That would be good for that sixties Vibe. Maybe the first like blue cheer or some of the earliest of birth. Steppenwolf like heavy metal Thunder, you know, I mean the I'm trying to think of what would be anything having to do with Woodstock as you mentioned Hendrix and Crosby Stills and Nash and when they when they were so beautiful wage and they said the harsh lyrics The Beauty it's like, well I'm singing along but they're talking about people getting old and and there's I don't know that the sixties and I'm jumping around as you just said all over the place one of the things that would be interesting about your book is when you talk about hey, they go to hell town near chanting rock and roll as if it's you know, Satanic rituals. Well, isn't that.

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"Having to be a big screen movie. I hope that they bring out some of the best aspects of he's he's kind of a nut and yet he's his heart is in the right place when he's in the right mind and what are they going to do with all that? He has a great cast of subsidiary characters, you know Frenchie and home. Anyway, there's a whole bunch of good stuff that can come from that kind of the anti Batman aspect, you know, he's Rich enough to have gadgets, you know, but but that that you don't know that he doesn't have a code again wage killing, you know what I mean? So as you can keep ratcheting up his armaments that he's going to like wow this whole neighborhood is corrupt. I think I'll just like one division blow it up or I got an electric Palm. Yeah, or honestly like Cleveland when I first got the Cleveland I found out that Eliot Ness came here after The Untouchables and did the whole like get rid of the shanty town with malice aforethought. I didn't know that part of Eliot Ness like Mister goody Untouchable type stuff ramble again. We tend to do this. We tend to jump around free association with geekery, but because it's you know, if if there's going to be things that I I as I go my new home, it's very interesting to find out why there's history here that never penetrated to Chicago wage. And so I have had a chance to inject that into my Consciousness. You know, that sometimes Your Heroes Have feet of clay that's a comic book Trope pretty often, you know, Okay real quick. My my favorite. I don't know if you've read this it's newer Spider-Man renew your vowels where it takes place in battle worlds. It's like all after everything changes. And Peter's like the last hero that they never caught I was telling Alan about that one. It's one of my favorite Spider-Man's because he's got his daughter Annie and he's married Mary Jane and and Venom gets out and he's threatening an e and Peter loses it and just starts wailing on to get him away from his family. And for me, it was super power little story because they get to this abandoned building and Peter's trying to you know, figure out what to do Mary Jane shows up and basically tells yells at him..

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"See the mix of realism and heroism and that it wouldn't be easy you'd have to continually you have to have that big heroic Instinct that drove you because otherwise it'd be so easy to just say God This is a burden. I am unwilling to bear. This is something that I just can't do. It's Wrecking my life. Not what while making the world a better place. It's Wrecking mine. You know what I mean? That kind of thing so long so I started 141 it was really and I've gone back and I've got a lot of the issues between 100-150 my favorite run gosh, and I've read them. You know, I have all the Omnibus has or whatever to go back. I I loved some Marvel team-up stuff as well. Like when I think of my favorite Spider-Man story, there's a there's a Marvel team-up with a man thing where they fight despair that issue. It's like issue 72 or something It just strikes me as such a great heroic story cuz he's off he's beaten down so bad, but the way he comes back in that one it just it just when I think of it it just that's the story that pops in my head Mysterio was always my favorite villain he was dead. On an issue 141 there you go. Exactly and I have the electro as well cuz I just love that costume to nothing can stop a juggernaut. I loved I loved carrying. I thought he was such a great villain and should have been a top-10 Rogues Gallery, but he they screwed him up so bad. In fact if I read the chance to write Spider-Man I would I would bring one carry-on and he would be the most badass character in The you know in his in his whole Rogues. Well, that's an idea too. I think your own comic book and make a character very similar, you know that idea something for the future maybe and let's see Moon night was another character I loved. Oh my God the first run of Moon Knight with us in coverage and Doug Mensch off. That is no I remember him being in the back of the Incredible Hulk magazine, right the Savage Hulk or whatever. It was. That was the first time that he appeared. I was just like how how did they come up with something so great, but then relegated to this maybe they weren't sure you know in some cases it is. Okay. That's a pretty interesting idea but mental illness, you know multiple personality disorder as you know, it's not an easy sell. You can't Splash that on the cover. Hey, you know, which of his four personalities will fight crime today,.

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"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

Relentless Geekery

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on Relentless Geekery

"Do you like conversation on a variety of topics feel like no one wants to talk about the things that interest you tired of only hearing the same article sports or catastrophe talk? Yeah, we shall not wait to join to high functioning games as I discuss just about anything under the sun. You can't tell you what we'll be talking about each week because I you know where our brains will take us. It will be an interesting conversation though. So hang on and join us here comes the Relentless and he green. So L. You want to introduce our guests our first ever guest Internet exactly. So we're so excited exactly like real professional. It is down. There is a delight to have you here everybody. This is Ted sikora, who is a longtime Comic Book Creator Movie Creator ahead of hero tomorrow Enterprises. I'm not sure if I have executive wage has done all kinds of things that I have first stumbled onto at a Comic-Con and then began to actively follow because I love the quality of the work and you know, welcome to a Relentless Cakery the Steven have been doing this for about a half a year now, probably, I don't know Ford 3.3 going on four dozen episodes and indeed you are our first guest. So I've been.

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"sikora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"sikora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Sikora. This use, you know, but this mantra to tip it. Seaman. They have so got something in Or does love us sink again and me? Oh, no, they're better than at it. I will be made me a better idea that load on to CTO. Running this syndicate and You know that better than a number. You seem a little bit slower. Love. Love your skin's story. Love. What of a sudden you're giving me We'll continue our combine everything into.

Deadly shooting bumps Atlanta’s homicide count (130) to highest since 2003

AJC Briefing

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Deadly shooting bumps Atlanta’s homicide count (130) to highest since 2003

"In crime. News atlanta recorded. It's one hundred. Thirtieth homicide tuesday making twenty twenty the deadliest year on record in nearly two decades with more than a month ago. City officials have struggled to curb the spike in violence. This year which surged over the summer with several high profile deaths including those of rayshard brooks and eight-year-old sikora turner since then atlanta's homicides have continued at a steady rate with police investigating at least eight fatal shootings in november alone. Atlanta hasn't seen homicide counts this high since two thousand three when there were one hundred forty eight killings across the city records. Show according to the police department's latest crime. Data murders are up more than forty percent. Compared to this time last year and shooting are up thirty five percent. Though most other crimes are down amid the pandemic the atlanta police department investigated ninety nine homicides in all of twenty

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Camila Coelho On Living With Epilepsy, Her New Beauty Brand, Elaluz & Her Exact Nighttime Skincare Routine

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Camila Coelho On Living With Epilepsy, Her New Beauty Brand, Elaluz & Her Exact Nighttime Skincare Routine

"Hello, hello, Carleen here with a quick pause to talk about the best nutrition hack that I've discovered lately, courtesy our friends at Sikora I've been on a health kick as of late. So I totally know that feeling like I wanna feel better about what I eat but what's going to be Yummy are of tunes, carrot sticks or a grilled cheese sandwich a nobody got time to prep healthy and great tasting dishes though am I right and that's where Sikora comes in their organic ready to eat. Meals are made using curated plant based ingredients designed to boost energy, improve, digestion, and get you feeling and looking healthy from the inside out and one thing I've definitely learned is that healthy meals don't have to be boring like who knew that Veggie fries could taste so good Sakarov creations are chef crafted and change weekly and they're delivered fresh to anywhere. In the US to boost results, you can try the best-selling metabolism, super powder and all natural remedy for bloating and fatigue. It also contains iron vetik. which helped to enhance energy and help minimize those sugar cravings and right now, the car is offering our listeners twenty percent off their first order when they go to Kara Dot com slash beauty or enter code beauty at. That car S. A., K. A., R. A. dot com slash beauty to get twenty percent off your first order will link to that offer on our blog and in our show notes once again that Sikora dot com slash beauty and now back to the podcast. So you're native of Brazil a lot of people know you from Youtube and Instagram and I understand you move to the US as a teenager what to this day is still the most quintessentially Brazilian about you the most Brazilian. Is that I love to dance. I am obsessed with and saying that is definitely like a Latina. And I eat my very traditional Brazilian every single warning actually myself and my husband, we learn how to make the dough at home. So we do a show every week and you can freeze it. You know like cheese balls and we have it every single day in the morning it brings us back to Brazil my hometown. Delicious I hope you'll be marketing those soon. I saw your video dancing with your brother on your instagram. It was so cute and I was trying to picture myself dancing with my brother like that. They would just not happen but you guys were adorable. So tell us about your relationship with your mom and beauty. Did you learn any beauty tips from her or got like a skin-care hacker? Any advice from her? So I've always been a beauty lovers in some of the little girls I remember countless members of myself overly brushing my hair before leaving the house I had like a long Bob haircuts I needed to make sure every little hair was in place and you know playing with my mom's or my grandmother's makeup I was so into beauty and you know my mom always had some makeup on but my. Grandmother was really a beauty icon. In every single way you can think of like grandmothers energy and her confidence in her just like her personality. She was filled with Joy and light always and I remember like looking at her and just saying to my cellphone wants to be like my grandmother when I grow up and she was not like the typical you know beautiful like what people can can consider like. Gorgeous. You know I don't want to say it is wrong way in the runway but like a lot of times they know someone is beautiful in a lot of people just think like imagine a perfect looking you know nine the perfect knows and for me beauties really like that light that you shine through lake that your personality it's the most important thing. If you have a good personality, you are automatically beautiful. That's how I always thought and my grandmother was for me the most beautiful woman I got a lot of things from her. She was the one who gave me my first red lipstick when I was six years old. And I have my pets were photo with Alex on my mom was so mad which one was it do you remember I don't remember there's probably a Brazilian brand but it was a red bold readily I got a lot of things from my grandmother her hair mask she used to do like these homemade hair mask with like avocado. Aloe Vera. A bunch of things in the blender and she would do her home made a face masks to so some things. I still do to this day like the honey and brown sugar facemask like things that are very organic but the work for you you know. Though yeah, I got a lot of it from my grandmother for sure. What about any skincare hacks I feel like I've read a lot you talking about your mom passing on like some cool skincare hacks to you skincare hacks means truly like. My mom always told me like wash your face don't wash your face twice during the day like the through the day I just wash it in, cleanse it at night in the morning it's just water and then my my serum, a Lotta Times, you know keep applying to many things or or rubbing face too much. That's when you we irritate our skin. Right. So in the morning I learned with my mom to just wash with cold water that wakes you up to be tough a little bit and I do a little in fact, massage every morning we can do it with your hands and fingers. It's very Brazilian to the lymphatic from the face you plump like the lymph nodes Chan your. And here on your Tukwila Tay or not exactly between your Tan your shoulder bones. Yeah. So those that's where lymph nodes are, and then if you activated by pumping it three five times, then massaging your face really deeply that would deep up feuds such a beautiful way, and now they have like the these tools like Morton's that you can. They can help you have to do it with your hands but that's one thing that my mom always does and she does these face exercises that look crazy but it's really Like. Putting. Z., but there's a lot of stretching face stretching going on. Like actors exercises for their mouths. But it words you know it's like the same way we work out our body we should do it with our face and it's super healthy event with our there like nasal label folds here these these lines assist for Marionette Line Marianne out. Yes, those you can exercise from the inside with Tong like. Crazy.

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"sikora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gonna go defend the water and he got up on his haunches and I felt like I could hardly watch because he was so thin as he left the tent and I listened in case he needed my help pulling him up then I I heard this screaming Sikora Sikora he had sounded so strong in weeks what is it fits what is it it's managed man I thought it was a lot but but it's it's man they're coming this way and I looked in all my gosh it was it was two men in a dugout canoe and I I just couldn't believe it and and then we both started crawling Sikora Sikora and was saying why why are they answering their not glimmering any any smile or anything they just were like statues coming toward us and I quickly realized I had better put it at some clothes on it's saying they've got a rifle and and he he said me that scout knife and so I I found it in a box and I handed it to me I mean what was he going to do with this little tiny knife and he was in the water and he said I'll have to do it by surprise and maybe I can throw one over in graphic on and I said no no no there they're going to help us they're going to help us and I just got my dress on as fast as I could and I I got up and we've only been crawling so I was very and sturdy when I got up and I just tried to walk to get out of the tent and I just felt and crashed into the water and.

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"sikora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Defend the water and he got up on his haunches and I felt like I could hardly watch because he was so thin as he left the tent and I listened in case he needed my help pulling it up then I I heard that screaming Sikora Sikora he had sounded so strong in weeks what is it fits what isn't it's managed man I thought it was a lot but but it's it's man they're coming this way and I looked in all my gosh it was it was two men in a dugout canoe and I I just couldn't believe it and and then we both started crawling Sikora Sikora and I was saying why why aren't they answering their not glimmering any any smile or anything they just were like statues coming toward us and I quickly realized I had better put it at some clothes on it's saying they've got a rifle and and he he sent me that scout knife and so I I found it in a box and I handed it to me I mean what was he going to do with this little tiny knife and he was in the water and he said I'll have to do it by surprise and maybe I can throw one over in graphic on and I said no no no there they're going to help us they're going to help us I just got my dress on as fast as I could and I I got up and we only get crawling so I was very on sturdy when I got up and I just try to walk to get out of the tent and I just felt and crashed into the water and.

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"sikora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To go out going to go Jeff in the water and he got up on his haunches and I felt like I could hardly watch because he was so thin as he left the tent and I listened in case he needed my help pulling it up then I I heard that screaming Sikora Sikora sounded so strong in weeks what is it fits what is it its man it's man I thought it was a lot but but it's it's man they're coming this way and I looked in all my gosh it was two men in a dugout canoe and I I just couldn't believe it and and then we both started calling Sikora Sikora and was saying why why aren't they answering their not glimmering any any smile or anything they just were like statues coming toward us and I quickly realized I had better put some clothes on fifty saying they've got a rifle and and he you should hear me that scout knife and so I I found it in a box and I handed it to me I mean what was he going to do with this little tiny knife and he was in the water and he said I'll have to do it by surprise and maybe I can one over and graphic on and I said no no no there they're going to help us they're going to help us and I just got my dress on as fast as I could and I I got up and we only get crawling so I was very on sturdy when I got up and I just.

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Principal who said it was 'karma' that Kobe Bryant died resigns

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Principal who said it was 'karma' that Kobe Bryant died resigns

"High school principal here in our state who was on administrative leave for suggesting in a personal Facebook post the NBA superstar Kobe Bryant's death was deserve has resigned on the day that Bryant died chemist high school principal Liza Sikora wrote that quote karma caught up with the request today bright was accused of raping an employee at a Colorado resort two thousand three prosecutors dropped a sexual assault charge of the accuser's request to Cora apologized and removed her pose for the camera school district said on leave because of threats and community concern resignation was announced

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Henry Segura found guilty of quadruple murder

Court TV Podcast

08:33 min | 2 years ago

Henry Segura found guilty of quadruple murder

"Let's begin with a case that really elite. I think the results of the case more controversial than any other trial since the relaunch of the network. Which is the case of Florida versus Henry? SA- Gurre era. Yes Henry Sequeira found guilty of wiping out an entire family and we were all on your show together and our mouths house collectively dropped absolutely stunned because you know the trial took more than a week. Lot of testimony lot of exhibits and the defense had their own theory about what happened and we were charged with the murder of brandy. Peter's girlfriend who is cheating on his wife with their child who they had together and her twin daughters the children the twins were six his little son Giovanni just three years old accused of quadruple murder but he said it was the drug cartel but the jury said otherwise. Take a listen state of Florida versus Tanneries Cigar. We the jury is follow says one of them concerning the murders brandy feeders. The jury finds the defendant is guilty of first degree murder as count two we the jury find as follows as account to indict the concern in the murder to my appears defendant is guilty of first degree murder as to count three we the jury find the defendant is guilty first grade murder as count for the jury and the defendant is guilty of first degree murder and this happened just three hours and forty five admits into deliberations. It was relatively short deliberation for the length of this trial and the complexity of it. So I along with everyone else was thinking okay probably a not guilty but it was the exact opposite it was guilty only six jurors not twelve right was Henry gerbers choice this was a retrial. At his first is trial it was eight to four for acquittal so the defense was feeling very confident. Going in they want this resolved he had served more than three thousand days in jail awaiting for a final verdict in the case and he got it and it was guilty. But what was so funny. Is that my first instinct. When there is a quick verdict is always always this is a conviction all the time because most of them are guilty? No no no that's not it. It's just formulaic laic. When there is a quick verdict it's a conviction that's it? This is just from my experience. I agree my experiences. Well Okay Okay but this time we all assumed the opposite because the defense put on such an extensive case because there was very rich in detail L. in their theory that the Mexican drug cartel did it but I think the prosecution and this also fits into our theory of how prosecutors generally are more successful during the retrials because they are able to fix their mistakes for instance. This Angel Avila Kenya's his DNA allegedly found at the crime scene. They brought in DNA specialist. Say No it wasn't his DNA so that was one thing they did. And then they you did an interview with Angel Villa Kenya's and he said no I was never there was just an actual drug trafficker okay. This was he was he was in school. Okay that's great. That's good I think you need to be accurate or listen over in Italy's our yeah. He's studying I don't know studying or machine now maybe like pharmacological studies. I really know what he's signing. But he is studying and he is in Italy Italy and better. He's in Italy than the United States number one. But number two he was an actual drug trafficker so his DNA allegedly being at. The scene was huge but again the prosecution was able to overcome that because they believe that was not his. DNA was a mixture and their specialists said. No that's not. His DNA jury believed it did not believe it was reasonable. That can Yoenis was there now. That was absolutely shocking to me right because there were so so many things. Get a couple of alleged confessions by other people involved with the case but none of it really panned out one hundred percent for the defense obviously as we see it was enough for reasonable. Doubt right right because they don't have to prove the case they have to present a reasonable alternative. Yeah so the prosecution theory question Mark Right which is what I thought perhaps could have happened. Yeah but it didn't and I believe the jury got it right but that's besides the point. Let's listen though to Henry Sager because this was a death penalty case so now. He's been convicted convicted quadruple murder and he decides to put on no defense when the issue is not guilty not guilty the issue is life life or death puts on. No Defense of the judge has to question him about it. You wish them to make argument opposition to that. And what is your thinking on Bacon socities deserved it. They feel guilty since sued. So you understand that taken. This action is gone increased likelihood as the the jury will come back recommended that penalty and ultimately order that they recommend it this. And that's what you want to have. So this is another shocking moment in this trial where it's life or death everything on the line. We have to talk about this. And he says don't make an argument for me don't present any evidence don't put on family members. Nothing says nothing to the completely uncomfortable with this decision. However ver the lead attorney Nate Prince? Yes nate prints. Nate print says that he obviously spoke to Sikora spoke to the ethics committee which all lawyers have to abide by their rules as do judges and they were okay. Hey with this idea of not presenting any type of case any type of defense and the reason behind it is that death when people aren't death. Row those appeals are looked at first that was there an amazingly the jury said life unanimously. We said like what do you think about what he did they did. I think it was an emotional reaction to the moment I think Henry Girl was you know. He spent three thousand days in in jail and his reaction to all of this and it means one of two things from my perspective but I think it was one hundred percent not strategic emotional reaction to the situation. The reaction is either one that he's completely defeated by the system. He believes he's innocent man and there's no way I'm going to get out of this so you might as well send me to death or I know what I did did and they got me. I committee quadruple murder. I deserve to be on death row. So it's one of the is the former not the latter. Well there's no way I'm not sure I'm not. I try to read the mind of a convicted quadruple murderer. Now but I'm thinking a lawyer right. I don't think that's just a I. Just don't think that was a good idea. Well it it turned out to be great and this is what I want to ask you. What does this tell us about criminal defense attorneys all right at the guilt phase? The defense puts on this incredible case. He is incredibly incredibly passionate. Witnesses is at times screaming and pleading with the jury and making all these arguments and laying out all this evidence and they find against him then in the penalty phase. He does nothing. He's tired he needs a NAB. Did you see how tired is bags under his eyes seems seems rest. He was stressed out absolutely seems like they had. The jury was making their decision. Regardless of what arguments were made by these all the time which was amazing to me in all phases sometimes jurors come up with reasons that we could not even surmise. So I I'm just. I am not happy. Happy with the strategic maneuvering but it worked out and I do believe in the end. Justice was served. Absolutely no we. We could spend a whole lot of time talking about what happens next but at the end of the day he's convicted. He has an uphill battle if he's going to win any appeal or try to get any sort of a new

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Unread Books at Home Still Spark Literacy Habits

60-Second Science

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Unread Books at Home Still Spark Literacy Habits

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin. We know that reading is good for children and presumably for adults as well. Now, a new study suggests that just being around books has its benefits even if you don't make a point of reading them, a lot, a team of researchers in Australia finds that growing up in a home with a sizable library, enhances literacy, number sense, and even technological know-how in later life, you can read all about it in the journal social science research, the researchers were exploring the advantages of scholarly culture in particular. They were interested in a curious observation that some call, the radiation affect the effect is the situation what children grow up around books, but they don't read books, but somehow books benefit them, even though they don't read them as much as maybe the would like them to Joanna Sikora a sociologist at the. Australian National University. She and her colleagues, parse data collected between two thousand eleven and two thousand fifteen by the organization for economic cooperation and development. The survey assess the literacy, numeracy and technological competency of more than one hundred sixty thousand adults from thirty one different societies and it included a question about how many books participants had in their homes during analysts able to. Was that people who grew up around books on had better literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills than people who have fewer books growing up, but head signal education levels similar jobs. Any similar adult habits in terms of reading are engaging in various numeracy enhancing activities. In fact, teens who only made it through high school, but were raised in bookish environment fared as well in adulthood, as college grads who grew up in a house bereft of books now. How might mirror exposure lead to intellectual enrichment. So if we grow up in house, in a home parents, enjoy books, were books are given as birthday presents and cherished and valued. This is something that becomes the part of identity, and it gives us this lifelong incentive to be literacy, oriented to always kind of still towards books and read. More than we would otherwise to keep those shelves stacked with books, your kids will not only be grateful. They'll be more likely to be able to spell grateful correctly as well. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"sikora" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Let's go to my friend, Danny Sikora, Dan into your parents watch the show sometimes. Yeah. Are they going to my my parent's barely speak English. And they watched the show. Well, my family's speaks fluent English. And they don't so. There you go. That tells you about why I'm a perpetually sad about my existence and why you're a very Chipper. Kid hug your children, ladies and gentlemen. All right. Let's move on from this one. Let's get you at the call, sir. Now yesterday was weird because you number kinda waiting to solicit the calls until the event was over. But I got a bunch of people who hit me up when I got up this morning being like, oh, I submitted a call. Don't forget what what what do you say. Yeah. The cost came in a lot of them came in early this morning. I'm guessing, you know, the fights finished kinda late yesterday and biggest people wanted to go straight a bed some people had to work today. So, you know, just the call early in the morning. All right. So yeah. But we did get a good good good batch. So we'll be we'll be playing those set them up, sir. High energy. Let's see dude I'm on three hours of sleep, so bro as something that I feel very passionate about which you brought up the vox media coffee. It's so bad. It's so bad. What are they doing? It's trash. I don't know. But I I've actually talked about this for a while. Like, I'm like, how how can you have a media company off you? Here's the deal the coffee in DC is really. Yeah. It's just a one here. That's bad yet. I know it's weird. But yeah. Being Colombian in being spoiled with good coffee. It's just makes it go back. Yeah. All right. All right. Well, let's get I think the biggest controversy. There's there's so much controversy weekend. It was kind of weird. But the biggest one was probably Cain knee uppercut. Who knows? Yes. So let's talk about right? Hey, Luke, how you doing this more rom calling from south Florida? I just wanted to ask you. I just finished hearing the press conference and came, you know, right off the bat mentioned that he didn't feel any punches that pretty much. He didn't get hit. Not. It was just as knee buckled. And you know, he took historic fell down. Whatever it is. I wanted to know if that's how you buy saw thought, I thought there might have been, you know, a little bit of a contact on the right uppercut on the left. I don't think it was a clean TKO anything like that. But I think it does make a difference. Then decide from that. I personally felt like Courtney Casey got robbed against how you know. Couple of you five five she showed a lot of movement. But I did think Courtney won two out of the three rounds and managed to put more damage on her. Okay. Okay. Fan of the show. Hope you guys. Thank you for the call. Thank you. So let's let's parse that a little bit here. Yeah. I I kind of gave my initial impression you saw some of the footage on the Monday morning analysts. What what what? Is your sense of what happened in that main event? When I saw it in real time. I was like oh my God Francis in Ghana's a beast..

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"sikora" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"System's Patrice Sikora joining us. Good morning, Monday morning. How are you this week? Well, you know, we're gonna have to work a five day workweek. I heard this. Yes. Yes. And it's going to get cold by you, or are you well, so they're doing they're doing we're gonna we're gonna scare the crap out and say that it might snow Tuesday night. But we don't really think it's gonna snow, but maybe it will. And so everyone's going to probably loot later. What about the polar vortex? Yeah. That's the thing. So we'll see. All right. Well ahead of that. We've gotten caterpillar's earnings and their shares are down six percent. Pre-market quarterly earnings missed revenue is in line. The equipment maker though forecast a modest increase in this year sales worried about slowing in China and investors aren't pleased the NFL made about fifteen billion dollars this past season. But it wants to earn more once annual revenue of twenty five billion by two thousand twenty seven forget the fact that it's grappling with shifting TV habits and controversy surrounding brain injuries and the national anthem look to the spread of legalized sports gambling promises to luck and fans and keep them watching the shows and tech companies like Amazon and Facebook have emerged as bidders for big dollar broadcast packages and then quickly. Do you have these these scooters that people share they started? Okay. A study done in southern California to emergency rooms for one year wanted to see what? Kind of injuries these scooters caused. Here we go. The vast majority of those injured were the riders not pedestrians. Thirty four years of age. Fifty eight percent male did not wear helmets. And how did they actually get hurt? We'll eleven percent hit something eighty percent just fell off the scooter. You know, what that actually made me feel better? Story. But now, I'm not so annoyed at the story. So. This. You guys have an amazing story up in your little part of the juicy. This woman who she's told her brother had Odid, and and so they call her in to the hospital in essentially, she's like, I don't know. I didn't look like my brother, and but the that's the dude's name, right? And the news got a social security card, but they never really checked the number or let her check the number just the name looks legit. So she sits there for nine days with them in the hospital doctors like he's brain dead. We need you to sign off pull the plug pulls the plug and a few days later, she gets a call as putting funeral arrangements together. Not her brother. Oh, yeah. Her brother actually was in sitting in Rikers because her brother was a legit like criminal drug addict, she had somewhat estranged, and so they told her he just looked puffy and swollen because of the drug so. Wow, he. Yeah. So she's suing one of your hospitals up to our camera, which one it is. I don't have the full thing in front of me. But you would think if something is that dire that they would be checking a little bit more than just the name. She killed a dude she signed off on and the best part is she then goes and talks to her brother Rikers needs like you were going to kill me. So now, that's more interesting. Little scenario brain dead. Yeah. Sure. Oh, come on. She's so good for because she got that on her hands. Well, we don't know in the hospital won't say because hip is in contact with the family of the man, and and what's going on there. But Saint Saint Bonnie, something or other. I don't know. But I I don't know. Yeah. But yeah. Yeah. That sounds right. Okay. There you go. Yeah. So that's a big hospital. Well. It's got an open bed. Is that? All right talk tomorrow. Okay. Yep. Sorry that stories nuts. We did that earlier in the show. If you didn't hear it. Absolutely crazy. Here's another thing. So a Florida, man. I love stories to start like that. Don't you? In fact, you know, what forget to start the story with that. Let's go ahead and get out our official Florida man story showy. Okay. Let's do this..

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"sikora" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"sikora" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It's your money, and we know that. A fourteen. What's new movie is coming up in one minute money news and Patrice accord? Hey patrice. Hey, good morning Kelly. All right talk about volatility stocks yesterday tumbled as a reading of manufacturing activity fell the most in a decade and investors reacted to Apple's announcement of a cut in its sales outlook on a slowdown in demand in China. The Dow industrials fell six hundred sixty points two point eight percent. The NASDAQ dropped three percent the SNP down two and a half percent. Now apple itself. Plunged nearly ten percent. That is the most since twenty thirteen the phone maker. Of course, lowered its quarterly revenue forecast for the first time in more than fifteen years. Okay. So we were lower yesterday. Right. What are we gonna do? Today. Futures are higher. Dow industrials in fact, up three hundred six points one point three percent. The NASDAQ is up almost two percent. The SNP up one and a half percent. Apparently people are looking ahead to Monday when the US and China, sit down to talk trade again and colony center. Is for sale global investment firm, K R and its partners are testing demand for big suburban malls. They're listening to one point three million square foot center. The times union reports K K R bought them all about six years ago for one hundred six million dollars. Again, we're looking at a positive open on Wall Street from the Bloomberg newsroom. I- Patrice Sikora eight ten at one zero three one WG y trees right now. Sunny, thirty one at eight sixteen look at what's new the movies this weekend, and what's coming and going from Netflix. Guys at the movies, Kevin car. He Kevin Kelly. How're you doing? Good morning. Kevin before we get started. I to tell you. I saw over the holidays. Mary Poppins returns. Yeah. What did you think? I loved it. I wasn't sure how I feel about it. Because I'm such a fan of the original. I was like, oh, you can't replace the Julie Andrews, I thought Emily blunt was fabulous. If you can't replace Julie Andrews, but you get really close with Emily blonde. I'll tell you. She is fantastic that movie I loved all of the little Easter eggs like fans of the original could find things, you know, there was a chalk drawing on the sidewalk at the very end. And you know, they're attributing the Angela lansbury character was a tribute to the bird woman. There's so many parallels that I loved it. I thought it was a very worthy sequel I had a chance to see the mule with Clint Eastwood kind of a very enjoyable a little bit predictable and Clint Eastwood's kind of the same old grunt jug, grouchy grouchy character. But a very good movie. It's interesting it's actually doing okay. And that was a movie they didn't screen and then show us. And it's doing fine for Clinton. Who knows he may come back again because he's he's left. He's quote unquote left movies before. So this week we're looking at escape room escape room. It's the only new wide release. It's the only thing that is hitting theaters this week, and that's not uncommon for January. There's usually that first week in January gets what harm movie misses it at the story of a group of people that go to an escape room get invitations to it when they go in are they discovered that the escape room is very real and very elaborate and very dangerous in trying to kill him. So it's I'm trying to survive throughout the experience sorta like saw movie only not with all the graphic violence. I am I'd see sort of elaborate situations with our put an and you know, what it's it's it's a silly movie and it's predictable. And I it's pretty easy to guess what's going to happen. But I gotta say I didn't hate it. I actually thought it was an okay movie in terms of just throw away lark of an entertainment thing at the beginning of the year. So yesterday, we talked a little bit about bird box, which is kind of taken over. Social media over the last couple of weeks. People are losing their minds over either. They're like God couldn't stop watching biting my nails the whole time or they're like an biggest waste of two hours of my life. Yeah. You know? It's interesting his bird bus. You know, run of the mill sort of thriller. I I it's sort of post-apocalyptic thing where Sandra Bullock has to wear blindfolds with her kids is they're trying to escape these creatures that make you go insane and kill yourself. But, but I think what's interesting about it is the buzz that it was that was created by it. It didn't have much of a.

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Egypt Unearths Tomb of Royal Priest From 4,400 Years Ago

Sterling on Sunday

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Egypt Unearths Tomb of Royal Priest From 4,400 Years Ago

"A one of a kind ancient tomb has been discovered in Egypt the final resting place of a Royal priest. I'm more than four thousand year old private tomb containing exceptionally. Well, preserved drawings has been discovered south of Cairo. According to Egypt's ministry of antiquities, the tomb had been discovered at the Sikora archaeological site and was from the fifth dynasty of the pharaohs which ruled roughly four thousand four hundred years ago, the tomb belong to a Royal terrific ation priest and contains five burial shafts. Kara is also home to the famous

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Ode to Orchard Supply Hardware: Closures mean loss of human connection

Mike McConnell

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Ode to Orchard Supply Hardware: Closures mean loss of human connection

"All, right elsewhere lows now this is a. Surprise because last month Home Depot was, up hometown both go up and down at the same. Time and the. Thing is it's not, that they're second quarter results were bad they were they were good but then lows came out and they lowered their full year outlook because they're going to, close a unit they have called. Orchard supply hardware not, a big one it's ninety nine stores, are basically in California Oregon and Florida but they're going to go away in that's gonna hit the bottom line what.

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Turkish lira rallies as new US tariffs loom

Evan Roberts

00:44 sec | 4 years ago

Turkish lira rallies as new US tariffs loom

"The Turkish lira is stronger today but the standoff between the US and Turkey still shows no sign. Of slowing Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El din reports from John bull, we heard from the spokesperson for, the White, House instead that they believe Turkey would do the right thing response we got early Wednesday was very clear from the Turkish government new tariffs imposed on American goods Additional hundred and twenty percent on cars fifteen percent on. Rice another. One, hundred and forty percent on, spirits of course. This all around the controversy of the American pastor was being, held here in Turkey Andrew Brunson the Turkish government also struck, down an appeal from the lawyer of Mr. Brunson and now, this, case goes to the appeals court has three days to, make a decision, on,

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Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

"Tesla's board has formed a committee to evaluate an offer by CEO Elon Musk to potentially go private we get the details from Bloomberg's pitchy Sikora this. Comes a day after the chief executive officer revealed more on who will advise him and help fund the potential deal the committee hasn't received a formal proposal from us and hasn't. Reached any. Conclusion on whether taking tesla private. Is advisable or feasible musk touched off the process a week ago with a, highly unconventional announcement of an effort to take a company off the public markets in a tweet late Monday the chairman and CEO said he's getting advice from Goldman Sachs. And private equity Firm silver lake and had lined up legal advisers he also says doughty Arabia I. Approached, him. With interest in taking tesla private, early

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Home Depot, Papa John and Patrice Sikora discussed on Chuck and Kelly

Chuck and Kelly

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

Home Depot, Papa John and Patrice Sikora discussed on Chuck and Kelly

"Humming along Home Depot reporting better-than-expected second-quarter sales, and earnings same store sales in fact rose a stronger-than-expected eight percent and this, is welcome news after results for the previous quarter disappointing. At long winter just pushed off outdoor renovations at, Home. Depot says as the weather warmed up property, owners got to? It began

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Coca-Cola picks up stake in Kobe Bryant sports drink

Mike McConnell

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Coca-Cola picks up stake in Kobe Bryant sports drink

"Wait then coq what did they buy a minority stake would, they buy yeah they took, a minority stake, in a company called, body armor it's. A sports drink maker. And. The backers include Kobe. Bryant the move is another attempt for coke to get beyond you know, sugary fizzy beverages don't know the finances, on this one. They haven't disclosed those, but apparently body armor? Is drinks are infused with coconut water vitamins and potassium and this investment comes at a time of change obviously for soft drinks coke last? Month posted sales and profit. That beat estimates helped by a, rebranding of. Low of their diet coke and a boost from their Coca Cola zero

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Tesla board plans to meet with financial advisors for go-private talks

Joel Riley

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Tesla board plans to meet with financial advisors for go-private talks

"Is in how we look in this morning. We're looking a little weak here worries about Turkey and some contagion over there and trade. The whole thing s and p futures now down about thirteen points and NASDAQ down about thirty nine Tesla's board is moving ahead with a review of Elon Musk's plan to take the electric vehicle maker, private, the directors plan to meet financial advisers next week and are likely to tell

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US, Charlie Kirk and Mike McConnell discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

04:57 min | 4 years ago

US, Charlie Kirk and Mike McConnell discussed on Mike McConnell

"Markets Radio. Seven hundred wwl Patrice the car is standing by. Mike McConnell's EVS earnings you said are on the way they're out shares are higher pre the drugstore chain reported better than. Expected earnings and revenue it is also. A pharmacy benefits manager, and in that capacity the company says it is working productively with US regulators to get at sixty eight billion. Dollar, acquisition of health insurer Aetna approved says the deal may be approved this quarter. Or early next Cincinnati bell was on? The way and what well Cincinnati bell lost more money than, analysts expected. Revenue rose fourteen percent it's. Still just missed estimates the company also says it completed its purchase of Hawaiian telecom and raised its revenue forecast for the year to. Better than expected levels so shares are. Up two percent pre-market And then lastly what about our friend the pres- he's going to. Have an announcement that brings our drug. Prices way down that's, what he's saying he says he will make an announcement next week they will bring Dan prescription drug prices really. Really, substantially that's a quote he didn't offer any further explanation though the comment came. Afterward that starting next year private insurance? That, give that provide coverage to about twenty million seniors through, Medicare Advantage. Yes so they would be. Allowed to bargain over drugs administered in doctors offices or hospitals right now those drugs are paid for at cost plus a percentage fee. For doctors after under Medicare Part b. Who knew yeah right well we didn't know that they weren't allowed to. Negotiate but looks like. Now maybe they won't be able to that's good. News so futures must be up futures congested, my screen. Here so we can pretend we'll say quickly futures are. Humming to yourselves and well first they were, down than they were up so I think they stayed up well they're down a. Little. Bit s&p futures down a point and a half NASDAQ down about twelve but they? Were up, before you're right well then a half, hour they'll be back down or whichever one they're not right Berg newsroom I'm. Patrice Sikora. NewsRadio, seven hundred wwl w. Looking at eight ten right now seven hundred w w McConnell in for me And converse loan on Friday Friday and. Monday of this week Meanwhile a couple of a chance to get around to, yesterday as with their friends at Antigua, antifa, and, the people they just hate a turning point USA Charlie Kirk. And his colleague Candice Owens and turning what USA conservative organization they try to get, the kids started in being politically active in a conservative way both high. School and college chapters all over the country and all this so Charlie kurkin Candice islands were eating breakfast at a hotel in Philadelphia This is the Monday morning And along comes antiga They represent the part of the Democratic Party who has a long tradition of deciding who can, eat and what restaurant and they decided they didn't want. Them eating breakfast there so they started making. All kinds of rack. They commanded other people they're just trying to enjoy their, breakfast and you know some just don't care. About people like that so they're screaming at, them in the restaurant instead of putting everybody in, the restaurant, through, this the duo Kirk and Owens decide they'll just, leave and go outside and they had somebody with them who ransom video as they went outside in the teeth of. People are going nuts but you listen to, what they were chanting and it just shows you how little thought actually goes into. Some of these protests it's like you go into autopilot and we're talking about somebody with a megaphone to, feet from your, ear screaming at you and I'll tell you if you watch the video on this Evatt were. May at some point I just snap and punch somebody just because you have to. Their driving, you nuts, it's like you know if you're at a daycare center and had ten screaming kids going at the same Time it's that kind of bedlam so let's hear which one do we. Have first we had the one where the doesn't rhyme now the whole idea here is somebody has like, a one two, three four what the hell we fighting for two four six eight something like was Watergate well. They forgot that you're supposed to rhyme the second part of the bleep it out. Because it's, something that, they don't like the bourgeoisie something should be done with the bourgeoisie let's hear it See whatever you say the second time is supposed to rhyme with six bourgeoisie goes with the three bourgeoisie. Does not go with six aired again. On here again One more time Okay Now.

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U.S. to boost drug price negotiation in Medicare Advantage health plans

Mike McConnell

04:57 min | 4 years ago

U.S. to boost drug price negotiation in Medicare Advantage health plans

"Markets Radio. Seven hundred wwl Patrice the car is standing by. Mike McConnell's EVS earnings you said are on the way they're out shares are higher pre the drugstore chain reported better than. Expected earnings and revenue it is also. A pharmacy benefits manager, and in that capacity the company says it is working productively with US regulators to get at sixty eight billion. Dollar, acquisition of health insurer Aetna approved says the deal may be approved this quarter. Or early next Cincinnati bell was on? The way and what well Cincinnati bell lost more money than, analysts expected. Revenue rose fourteen percent it's. Still just missed estimates the company also says it completed its purchase of Hawaiian telecom and raised its revenue forecast for the year to. Better than expected levels so shares are. Up two percent pre-market And then lastly what about our friend the pres- he's going to. Have an announcement that brings our drug. Prices way down that's, what he's saying he says he will make an announcement next week they will bring Dan prescription drug prices really. Really, substantially that's a quote he didn't offer any further explanation though the comment came. Afterward that starting next year private insurance? That, give that provide coverage to about twenty million seniors through, Medicare Advantage. Yes so they would be. Allowed to bargain over drugs administered in doctors offices or hospitals right now those drugs are paid for at cost plus a percentage fee. For doctors after under Medicare Part b. Who knew yeah right well we didn't know that they weren't allowed to. Negotiate but looks like. Now maybe they won't be able to that's good. News so futures must be up futures congested, my screen. Here so we can pretend we'll say quickly futures are. Humming to yourselves and well first they were, down than they were up so I think they stayed up well they're down a. Little. Bit s&p futures down a point and a half NASDAQ down about twelve but they? Were up, before you're right well then a half, hour they'll be back down or whichever one they're not right Berg newsroom I'm. Patrice Sikora. NewsRadio, seven hundred wwl w. Looking at eight ten right now seven hundred w w McConnell in for me And converse loan on Friday Friday and. Monday of this week Meanwhile a couple of a chance to get around to, yesterday as with their friends at Antigua, antifa, and, the people they just hate a turning point USA Charlie Kirk. And his colleague Candice Owens and turning what USA conservative organization they try to get, the kids started in being politically active in a conservative way both high. School and college chapters all over the country and all this so Charlie kurkin Candice islands were eating breakfast at a hotel in Philadelphia This is the Monday morning And along comes antiga They represent the part of the Democratic Party who has a long tradition of deciding who can, eat and what restaurant and they decided they didn't want. Them eating breakfast there so they started making. All kinds of rack. They commanded other people they're just trying to enjoy their, breakfast and you know some just don't care. About people like that so they're screaming at, them in the restaurant instead of putting everybody in, the restaurant, through, this the duo Kirk and Owens decide they'll just, leave and go outside and they had somebody with them who ransom video as they went outside in the teeth of. People are going nuts but you listen to, what they were chanting and it just shows you how little thought actually goes into. Some of these protests it's like you go into autopilot and we're talking about somebody with a megaphone to, feet from your, ear screaming at you and I'll tell you if you watch the video on this Evatt were. May at some point I just snap and punch somebody just because you have to. Their driving, you nuts, it's like you know if you're at a daycare center and had ten screaming kids going at the same Time it's that kind of bedlam so let's hear which one do we. Have first we had the one where the doesn't rhyme now the whole idea here is somebody has like, a one two, three four what the hell we fighting for two four six eight something like was Watergate well. They forgot that you're supposed to rhyme the second part of the bleep it out. Because it's, something that, they don't like the bourgeoisie something should be done with the bourgeoisie let's hear it See whatever you say the second time is supposed to rhyme with six bourgeoisie goes with the three bourgeoisie. Does not go with six aired again. On here again One more time Okay Now.

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Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway loosens policy on stock buybacks

02:36 min | 4 years ago

Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway loosens policy on stock buybacks

"Tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty. Countries thanks Nancy now with our, other top stories I'm, amateur, Andrea Goldman Sachs his name to co head of its trading arm position will, run the securities, unit with a, show Veron Esposito is based in London and currently the co chief operating officer of Goldman. Fixed income trading business with banks are Hathaway's cash pile on the rice some investors. Are wondering when they might meet the benefits expertise Sikora has more second, quarter results for Berkshire Hathaway revealed one hundred eleven billion dollars in cash. Reserves Orrin buffet was given more leeway to purchase stock buybacks last month but. His company didn't detail how many shares was willing to repurchase or at what price some analysts think the strength. Of Berkshire's, quarterly. Performance could make the shares expensive many of its businesses reached all time highs, last year under berkshires previous buyback, program the company could not pay more than a twenty percent premium over book, value for Shares a new program eliminates that cap Patrice Sikora Bloomberg radio A semiconductor company that makes chips for iphone says it was crippled by a cyber, virus similar to. Last year's wannacry ransomware the outbreak at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing shot several factories just, as the company ramped. Up for the new iphone TSMC says full operations have resumed, it, expect. A two percent drop in revenue this quarter. Quarterly profit soared it, SoftBank the Japanese telecom provider and technology investor endings rose forty nine. Percent that was boosted by big earnings at Softbank's vision fund the company also gained by selling the China. Unit of. Its subsidiary New York City is set to. Give the. Green light, to one the a, cap on new licenses Uber and. Other ridesharing vehicles Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports the cap is part. Of a sweeping package of regulations designed to. Reduce traffic on busy New York. City streets three years ago city council speaker Cory Johnson opposed mayor Bill de Blasios similar proposal now Johnson says he doesn't. Buy Uber's, argument. That a one year pause we'll take away opportunities for jobs and ridesharing service outside of Manhattan the city council is set to vote on the measure on Wednesday in, New York Michael. Barr Bloomberg radio Google's plans for China even more ambitious than previously thought Bloomberg, has learned that Google. Is in talk with ten cents another Chinese companies to offer, its, cloud. Services the talks began early this year now. Google has narrowed its, partnership candidates to three companies coming up how US companies are coping. With inflation and scarce labor I'm amateur Andrea this is Bloomberg imagine.

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Yum Brands comparable sales miss as Pizza Hut disappoint

Mike McConnell

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Yum Brands comparable sales miss as Pizza Hut disappoint

"Mix News Radio. Seven hundred wwl w okay Patrice. Sakaria. Promised us jobless numbers yeah and what happens when, I promise I deliver right. I got. Him in yet go ahead Applications for unemployment benefits little changed last. Week down one thousand that's all offering closely five decade low highlighting the tight labor. Market initial claims last, month fell to their, lowest level, since December of sixty nine. They've been hovering there had been. Trending. Down the tenth year of this economic expansion how, about that gas the world. Of yum A surprise dip here on the part of what restaurant chain Pizza Hut. Yum brands owns Taco, Bell KFC Pizza Hut They did pretty well they beat everything profit revenue in the second quarter better than expected but then it comes. To same store sales and they missed it was a surprise drop. At Pizza Hut that dragged down the, overall results the. Parent company here has been working to revitalize the pizza. Brand it's. Getting some stiff competition from. Rivals Domino's and Papa John's wonder how much competition is still. Coming from. Papa John's though that's kind of interesting Papa John's yomas Louisville based, Papa John's. Stadium. In the same city. That's right were All right. Now Ends at Cigna right earnings are into looking, good and Dan their earnings and revenue were looking good for the latest quarter signal also raised its its earnings forecast. For, the year now the, health insurance, says it's fifty four billion dollar takeover pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts will help, the business grow but that statement comes after reports. That activist investor, Carl, Icahn says no he opposes the deal and he's taken a stake in the health insurer and he is going to fight. It All right, so overall, our futures weren't looking so bright and then they're still pretty damn right now, SNP down fifteen points NASDAQ down fifty to the. Dow down one, hundred, sixty points worries about a trade war from the Bloomberg news remind Patrice Sikora on.

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Chipotle shuts Ohio restaurant after reports of illness

WBZ Morning News

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Chipotle shuts Ohio restaurant after reports of illness

"Who's down another five point, seven percent. Yesterday we're looking at futures though this morning that are higher, and we are also looking at Chipotle shares of Chipotle identified two percent pre-market reports the restaurant chain, closed a location in Powell. Now, this apparently happened yesterday after people started reporting, they were getting sick after eating. Their business insider says, folks reporting symptoms such as vomiting, severe stomach pain and dehydration on a website called I was poison dot com. Japodlay says it takes all claims of food safety very seriously adding didn't. They're not confirmed any foodborne illness reports, but the company plans to reopen the restaurant today, pending approval by the local health department. Again, futures this morning are higher s and p futures up seven and a half points. NASDAQ up twelve and a half. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio six, ten WTVN..

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