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The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap
"Atlanta atlanta. Okay so we have two new faces. Who grace us in this episode. We have looked toya who is a friend of and we have drew sonora. Who has the fast housewife of the season. Well and we have a third person. If you count drew's husband ralph. who is. He is hot but he is also a little too much unpacked there. So i can't wait till we get to that final scene but yes. He is at first glance a very attractive man and we know how we all feel about getting a new hothouse husband. But there's much to do. There are a Twa comes into our lives very an interesting fashion because kenya usually does not warm up to new people. But she's all about the toyota innocent even her friends. Candy's friend right. Her lower third is candy's friend. That kenya stole link is not very common for kenya. Take to a newbie like this. I'm getting crushed vibes and there was a hint of that in the super team for the season where kenya says something about. I've got a crush on her or something along those lines. So we're definitely seeing the beginning of this girl crush that may ultimately become something else. I don't know but it is not characteristic of kenya to be taking to somebody like this right. I kind of hope that marriage has put kenya off so much that she's just like you know what women women now i mean. It wouldn't surprise me also does drew starting the show in a boot make you think of brandy from beverly hills. That is such a great point. I didn't make the connection before. But yes so really. She has the makings of becoming a great housewife late. There's something about the lucky boot and let us not forget. Porsche was in a boot at bravo con. So there's a lot of good luck there. Yes yes yes yes. We found out a lot about drew's marriage. Can we just get to that part. Yeah definitely there's yeah for sure okay. Because drew and her husband. Ralph are living with drew's mom. Yeah we'll technically. She's living with them. Well the mcdan- right. Yes that sounds like a recipe for divorce. That's i don't know how else to say especially in quarantine like it's it's just not setting yourself up for success. Definitely not i mean pastor. Jeanette seems like quite a character. And i also love when we get a new housewife. We get potentially a hot house husband and we got a mom who's going to be a big character and we got that in her. But i feel like quarantine or not. I'd be like after a certain amount of time. Mom you gotta go back home because we got got a situation going on here with my family that needs to be worked on and clearly. There's a lot of work to be done Andrew and ralph's relationship.
Brazil vaccine program has no start date
"Brazil president j'ai able Sonora says he doesn't know when the nation's ruler program will kick into gear the country has been hit hard by the new coronavirus Wilson all right who's presented his immunization plan to the population declining once again to include an intended start date Brazil's leader said in a televised press conference the moving on it depends on the health regulator on visa which is yet to approve the use of any coronavirus vaccine in the country boasts an Arab who suffered from heavy nineteen earlier this year he said he will not make immunization mandatory and that personally he will not take any vaccine visiting leaders faced sharp criticism for not presenting a plan soon I'm Charles that's my
Nearly 350,000 Acres Burn in SCU Lightning Complex Fire
"Continue battling a Siri's of lightning sparked wild fires now burning hundreds of thousands of acres across northern California. Joe Michaels is live from the Cape, a wildfire desk with details of the L. A new lightning complexes now burning more than 350,000 acres in Sonoma, Sonora Lake in Napa counties. That's more than 500 Square Miles. Cal fire Scott Ross telling US cruise or putting a focus on the Eastern zone of the second largest wildfire in California history. The homicide is our number one concern. There's a lot of populated areas out there, and it does get a lot of the coastal influence weather wise, So we want to keep that one small. They're small as we can and not let it get to the size that the Eastside is experiencing, Ross says Cruz heir grateful, But the weather wasn't his severe is initially predicted, particularly in terms of lightning strikes. We didn't quite Get what we were thinking we could. The window got up a little bit, but it seemed to be just a normal good night of fire activity and nothing to catastrophic or major happened because of any predicted weather event. We got fortunate with that crews of up containment on the Ellen you complex to 22%. But the blaze isn't slowing up. We are expecting continued growth. Extreme fire behavior. You know, we get some sort of long range spotting that will continue to challenge us. For sure.
"sonora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In Arizona we'll Sonora Quest Labs now says they've trimmed the Corona virus testing backlog from 29,000 to 17,000. Governor Ducey yesterday called out the lab, saying it was unacceptable that it was taking so long to process test. Sonora Quest handles about 80% of the state's Diagnostic cove in 19 Tests. High school sports are a big part of the fall in Arizona, and the governor says the schools are making the call on when to resume play during this pandemic, State health director Dr Carrick Wrist says non contact sports are ago now, but Chris has this advice. When it comes to football. They're going to want to take into account what the transmission is in that community, and that's where also the benchmarks will come in, but it is left up to the schools and the local health departments. Football practice is underway. Had some high schools now, while others are in a holding pattern. 234 cases of human trafficking were reported last year in our state in an effort to combat this issue advocates are marching in downtown Phoenix tonight. This event, called their voice will be heard begins at 5 38 years in the state capital organizer Adele Bill Gate tells you it's the first event held here in our state couple weeks ago. You know what? Enough enough that we raised him attention and awareness to this and everybody across the nation felt the same way and we've been Person it. More than 11,500 cases were reported last year nationwide this March will begin at 6 45 in downtown Phoenix. Two workers went the hospital this afternoon with non life threatening injuries after cleaning up the leftover material at that. Tempe train derailment site. Tempe Fire says the workers were exposed to some kind of chemical while they were working as a precaution. They're being evaluated well, they don't share rails, but the Union Pacific train derailment forced the closure of Valley metro routes.
"sonora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"Trailed configuration that really was unlucky to be placed over a rare species to I. Think have a huge impact that way but when you think about sort of more generalized degradation of areas where you have kind of combinations of. Traffic and people going off trails invasive species coming in because they're overused disturbed I think there can be at combining of the facts that you can see in some areas that are not very well protected or managed where you can just have really a denuding effect, and if that that is placed over, you know important parts of a plants distribution, it can have a highly negative effect on on an individual species, but certainly it can have a negative effect just on you know denuding an area and decreasing its utility for Habitat, even for other visitors to enjoy that space. For sure yeah, and it's good that again. This assessments are going in because these are the sorts of things that guess will start to. Filter out from these. Different approaches and projects that people are undertaking, but in thinking about this from your perspective, though you obviously are a a native or resident of that area, you care about diversity. That's pretty evident Are there any plans that say stand out to you or ones that you're really kinda hoping to get your head wrapped around a little bit better that you're excited to kind of prioritize over others I mean is there certain species are groups that really kinda scream. Sonoran biodiversity encompass what you truly appreciate love about this desert. Well! Let's see I. Don't know I, mean I think we're going to be folks starting out with Phebe because it's, it's quite a large group and their nitrogen fixers, so they help in so many ways some of the other planets species, so I think they are an important group in. It'll be an interesting group also to think about whether they're represented I'm not sure that any family really is but It'll be sort of our first indicator besides the CACTUS and succulents about how group is is faring across its processes. Learn another. Cool. Yeah, I like for Basie for that reason. I mean there's plenty of variety within the family itself, but they seem to have really done well in places like the Sonoran desert where they're living on the edge, they can kind of conquered territory that a lot of other plants can't, but also like you said scientists set the foundation for a lot of other species I mean the amount of times I sell baby, Guarico or Pharaoh cactus, the had germinated underneath say of Palo Verde or mosquito It just Kinda get why you would pick those. Yeah Yeah I think it'll be a good family to to work our way through. Gives plenty to do to start anyway dea. Yeah, you've definitely got your work. Cut Out for you, but sounds like a lot of enthusiastic hands. Ready to be put to work. So in that regard, if people wanNA keep track of the progress, find out more about any of what we talked about today. Where do you recommend the go looking to find out more in in kind of keep up to date on everything that's going on. I. Wish I could tell you ahead. This awesome website for bank. So, I will direct you in We hope to have more information on McDowell Sonoran Dot Org and also on our. Website is John. creates these project reports every year. and. They're just now working on the twenty nineteen report and then I believe those get posted onto ours species specialist group page on the icy website, saying you can Kinda get a glimpse of our targets and goals, and those are Nice, little snippets about where up to and and we'll be posting are twenty eighteen one banner McDowell. SONORAN DOT ORG website. Fantastic and I will put up links to all of those in the show notes for this episode, but Dr Row. Thank you so much for taking time to talk to us and thank you so much for taking on this task, good luck and keep us posted, but I think it's a really important. Project that you've you've started here in and I. Just hope the Best I hope. It results in more plant and land conservation in the Sonoran desert. Thank you so much. Yeah, of course a have yourself a great day. Okay you cheer. Stack you later. Art, everyone that's this week I think. Dr Road for taking time out of her busy schedule to talk with us. And I hope you will go check out. All of the links over in the show notes for this episode. That's indefensible. Plans DOT COM slash podcast. That's where you can find information on not only the show, but every other podcast we put out. He can also access more than the hundred episodes that are available on all the pied catchers, just by going to the website and using the little search bar to search for the episode number you desire. Bad. Thank you so much for listening. I really appreciate it. Hello to all of my newer listeners. Especially those you that came over from this podcast will kill you. In fact, speaking of that I have a recent crossover episode with the wonderful doctors Aaron and Erin or read this podcast will kill you where we talk about the history, chemistry, physiology and evolutionary ecology of caffeine. It's a really fun. Episode learned a lot when we recorded it and I think you're GONNA learn a lot just by listening to it once again. That's over. This podcast will kill.
"sonora" Discussed on Here We Are
"sonora" Discussed on Here We Are
"Thanks for joining me. Thank you for inviting us. This is Super Fun Yeah, and now I'm I'm going to go out and actually see the museum that we've been talking about. Hey, you gotta rhyme it. On the spot I can't. Do it. My Gosh. All right all right I'm working on. Working on some rhymes, you gotta give me some time Hey I'll give you on my mind. To see him at the museum. Good one. Great. All my gosh was I so good earlier. I think you'll agree that I was. I think that you are they going to get somebody reaching out to various to become the rap art as it needs to be, it needs to be. There's there's something when the pressure is on. Just fall apart, and this is just. This is something that I'm going to have to learn if I'm going to take my wrapping to the stage to the next level. I'm going to have to be used to producing in those In the moment and kind of rattling and said, do you have a? Do you have like areas of the? You have areas of the museum where where people are like? addle. Yeah, they will they kind of got mad beef with one another like the people in the rap. are are really into what they do, but then the CACTUS people here. Everyone just wants to see the rats. Is that a pretty friendly place around here there. No one hundred percent supportive of everybody here I mean you have to be renovated person to work at a nonprofit thirty minutes outside a town and working zoo culture, and we all know that we're all in it together, so we were. Confused because scientists. If you go to like a science conference, they'll be like well, I don. I don't. that. We don't have as much ego involved. It's off the good of the cause. All right well, guys make sure and check out the Arizona. Sonora Desert Museum. Going see him. Oh, my goodness gracious I really. Dug Myself, a holiyay raising. You guys all. You can re record your to sign. Yeah I'M GONNA I'm going to do something really impressive sounding I'm actually not I'm going to I'm going to end it. With the just a nice honest. Rap Failure. That's how everyone needs to start failures, one of the best ways to get better. So look at. This is. This has been the goofiest cast recorded in a while. Thank you Tom. Heard. Indulging me sometimes I'm like GONNA be able to joke around on this one I'm Anne Archer and this has been so much fun. Thank you Catherine Bar for joining me today and thank you. Listeners for being such wonderful curious people of talk more.
"sonora" Discussed on Here We Are
"The masses might WanNa. Hear but then he still do need to find that bridge. Still need to grow audience at some point. Unless. I'm looking I like to say I'm looking for better fans, not more of them, but in an ideal world I'll take both I'll take more better fans. But but yeah I don't I I. I fortunately we live in a we live in a world of standup Ragu to do things like science comedy. Yeah, not everyone is going to be in two and I love it that way like i. don't want someone that isn't That has like. The idea of listening to science is like just the most terrifying are boring or interesting like I. Don't WanNa go to show. That's like a comedy. Show about football. You know so so we're able to over able to different. Yeah, and there's a huge crossover. I mean anyone. His interested in science was probably going to have a good sense of humor. Cope. So so with your with your public communication. How long have you been doing that now? How about communicating a been a science communicator? Well everything do in this job. Is Science Communication? So that's at least ten years, and I've done it through writing. Public speaking animal shows all of the above whatever really enjoyed working on is exhibit design in the last five years or so I've gotten to work on to huge new exhibits here at the museum where we took a new angle of communicating instead of these long essays of facts that have historically worked well, we're going in a new direction of really bullet pointing fun things here, and they're using a sense of humor to gain attention and trying different modes of engagement with our audience. So they came here, they saw like one of these insect aquarium like who did the background. On this thing I love that sunsets see. Maybe they could design. Our could help us. That's so cool. How long have you been getting to contribute Jordan? I worked on vulture culture, which is one of our newer exhibits here as fun Twenty, sixteen, maybe and packer at playhouse opened two years ago in April that's got to be a fun projects to I. Like whenever you can, you know like falters, have a have a stigma to them, and people are at these. Turtles Falters eating corpses and. People are saying with snakes and spiders sometimes at the fear. Must be nice to kind of get to shift people's perspective. Flip the script battle so I imagine there's a fire more dangerous things out out in the wild than than the common like gardens, snake, or or daddy long legs that you're going to find. The. Jam is talking about unloved and unappreciated animals, because these are the things that I fell in love with as a kid studied them, obviously super into insects and snakes and spiders got to work on vultures and then pack rats. All of these things are one hundred percent maligned animals. You don't have a lot of people really singing. Their praises unless they're like me. They're institutional their academic. They're in a zoo setting their hobbyists. They love animals just overall, but in the general communication are in media. If you see any of those animals, it's usually a negative stigma attached to them so what we get to do. Is Turn people onto him Tom why they're cool and we do that through a variety of ways, one would be humor so love using humor to do that, but also inundating them in the wonderful bio-diversity that we have here in the region so when you get on grounds and finally leave the parking lot. Go see pack rat play. Indoor kids exhibit. It's two stories. It's huge and we chose the rat because it's super cute, super playful, it's for people. Don't know it's about a potato sized rodent, but a lot of people find them to be pests, especially if you're an adult, owns cars or barbecue, grills or AC units, because they chew, so they like to get into these areas and chew up things which can be super expensive. We understand that, but they are keystone species here in the Sonoran desert. Where you find pack rats, you find more animals they are. Job Creators Their house creators, they are good housemates, and they are also plant and seed spreaders, so they are the ones moving things around the desert and helping new plan to get started so that that's why they're are keystone species, and the probably getting gobbled up by all sorts of things. Feeding larger things man. What can't these pack rats? We say that they're the granola bars of the desert. Everybody'll eat. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah, I. I I think that I, it's it's definitely in our in our modern culture. It's hard for people to see the kind of symbiotic relationships in nature and understand. Why say! turtles are kind of important for whole ecosystem, and that's why. Why were they should tax laws and egg? And knowing the impact, you have a fun little a fuzzy sloth. In. This just one of my favorite things I had a slot episode and he's talked about sauce. They go down a tree to poop. It makes no sense because it's incredibly energetically expensive and they. They do it because moths. Breed in their in their poo, and then the moss jump on their back, and eat the moss on this loss, and aiding the among so on the flop. Yeah, so the. demoss seat the Sauce Moss. There's there has to be a song. Sit in your tree and pu yet at. Exactly because they need, they need their little alive backpack. Wise Mama Overrun. It'd be whole cloth of Moss on the laws that. So. Got It down and get those mosques. Moss Moss. It's like a whole broth of. US. All right if I need to. I might do this for the next thirty minutes if I don't change the subject, but the point is. Shane Mosley boss. I. The point is is that these are these are these symbiotic relationships are are. Kind of so lost on us on our modern culture, I'd never I I've been touring with the anthropologist who who lives in Peru. Much of the time in is people that are like you know. They live in the jungle. They.
"sonora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Be reviewed every two weeks. I'm Jim Cross live in Phoenix. Thousands of Arizonans of being left in the dark for days or weeks on covert 19 test results. State health director Dr Cara Chris says she's frustrated with the backlog of more than 60,000 unprocessed covert 19 tests at Sonora Quest. Because we have limited time in which we can we can react weaken, do the case investigation and stop further transmission Now, she says Sonora request is adding more production lines to speed up the process, and she says she has assurances the backlog will be cleared out by the end of the month. We live in Phoenix Germ Cross. Dr. Characterised will be joining my broom headed 9 30 this morning on Thursday, Friday and news and we're expecting a pretty busy Friday in traffic, So let's get right to it. Let's head live to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center and say good morning to Danny Sullivan. Good morning, Jeff. Good morning, Jamie and happy Friday to you would see Good morning. I have got a nice looking freeways right now. So it does give me the chance to tell you what's gonna be happening over the weekend. So looks like later on this evening. The Loop 101 It is going to be closed for some roadwork on the 101 West found between Tatum Boulevard in about Cave Creek Road starts tonight at 10 and it continues all weekend until 5 a.m. Monday. Now it's also going to be shut down is the Loop 101 Price freeway. That'll be closed South found between US 60 and Warner Road, and that is going to be from nine tonight. That will be all weekend as well until 5 a.m. On Monday. Once again, that's all weekend road work happening. This report is brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers. It's a great time to get a new Toyota. With a low A P R financing and special cash back offers. Is it your valley, Toyota dealers or Valley Toyota dealers dot com today. Danny Sullivan, Katie our news, monsoon storms or possible again today, with storm changed 30%. The high only climbs to wanna one this afternoon with lows in the upper seventies, Too. Low eighties Tonight, ice climb back into the low hundreds this weekend with.
Brazil's health minister resigns after one month on the job
"Nelson died you didn't even last a month and now Brazil is yes again it without the health minister in a pandemic that people here feel is out of control despite the death toll soaring Jaipal scenario is intent on ignoring the severity of the crisis since Mr tied you took the job there have been disagreements over the use of Clark when Anne's Jibal Sonora fail to consult the health ministry over his decision to reopen services such as gyms and beauty celebs with such a track record it's not easy to be the health minister for Jibal scenario and no easy job to find a winning
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"sonora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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Plagued by deadly attacks, members of this Mormon community are fleeing Mexico
"The American Mormon Community of Lamar. Mexico has been devastated by last week's massacre by suspected cartel gunmen gunman on a road. In the state of Sonora. Three women were killed along with six children in the attack. The Wall Street Journal says the killings. Threaten the future of this breakaway Mormon community community of two hundred people founded more than seventy years ago. The Wall Street Journal's Jose de Cordoba Talk to family members and joins us from Mexico City. Jose you travel rabble to Lamar and also talked to members of this Mormon community. Please talk about how this attack has affected them and the community is a whole. This attack has been devastating for with a community. It's broken it's heart. It's a very close knit community. Most members of it are intermarried. It's been there for about seven years since the nineteen forties or so. A lot of the people are very worried about their safety on the future of kids. So many have left. Many left on Saturday in a in a caravan and ended up in Arizona is not really known how many will come back and whether they we'll leave for just a few months to try to heal and return or they're gone forever. It's very hard to say they leave. A LOT OF pecan farms arms pomegranate farms. Another business behind. So it's it's it's very very tough. It's been home for them for many many years and for for them it's always been this bucolic paradise ical place included in this group. One person is the mayor of the local town. Adam Lang Ford has been twice the mayor of the town. That La Morra is part of the mode is just little hamlet a which makes part art. It's part of a municipality called Bobby he he was twice a mayor of speak. What is l'amour like in general described that to us you said it was this idyllic community? Landlord is made up of about thirty twenty to thirty families. They live in most of them live in very comfortable. Nineteen fifties style American ranch houses with wide lawns and big shady trees. They have amazing of the valley and nearby mountains. All the people that I talked to who who up there said it was an idyllic childhood. They just roam you know the nearby mountains uh-huh without a care in the world you know go into the river fishing. They love the place but by the time most of them are are a young men. Most of them leave for the United States with a work in oilfields in North Dakota or construction work and then they come back later. Some some of the members of the community are belonged to polygamous families. There are swarms of kids solo replace the. They're very big families. So you see loss and lots of of of little kids. This attack is also pierced the illusion that the families American citizenship protected them from the violence and there there is obviously big disagreement between the families and the government about a why they were targeted. You know they believed that they were actually targeted by the gunman and that. It wasn't a case of mistaken identity. Isn't that right yes. There's a lot of confusion about the motives of the attack Jack and whether targeted or whether the victims were attacked in a case of mistaken identity. The area has been contested by two different cartels there. The local guys who are from Sonora called the La Salle aside and there's the armed wing of the Edis Cartel Cola Denia. They've been fighting over drug routes and territory and now they're fighting about smuggle gasoline in the area area. Some think that one or the other cartel shot at these three vans that were carrying the women and children because the band's looked like vehicles else usually used by cartels but others believe that they were targeted that the people who were doing the shooting knew exactly who the victims were. So that's what many in the families believe. Many of the survivors believe it's not know. Supposedly they have arrested a person or some person person connected with the attacks but authorities in Mexico have not given out any details about the arrest yet the FBI is also apparently on the scene conducting acting investigations and this attack is also notable because it occurred against American citizens. I mean Americans have been targeted before but not to this level of brutality. You you know. A vast majority of cartel victims are obviously Mexican and this really threatens to harm relations between the US and Mexico doesn't it well because custody of barbarity Lee attack three women and six children killed one of the Band's burnt. It's really focused. A spotlight on the issue who of violence in Mexico and it's an has attracted a lot of us attention. President trump has tweeted out saying that the US was ready to to help. Mexico deal with cartels is attracted a lot of attention and I think it will continue to attract a lot of attention. It's it's the last incident in string of recent very violent incidents that have people scared about whether the pressing government has a handle on on the violence and it is different because Americans have not been targeted on such a large scale There've been a couple of cases of Americans in Mexico Oh. US officials ice agents who were ambushed. Once an embassy employee who was also killed into what is some years ago. But it's never been on such a massive scale and and has never been really aimed at obviously at a group of Women Children Wall Street Journal reporter Jose de a quarterback joining us from Mexico City. Thanks a lot Jose. Okay thank you.
"sonora" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"With Jeff in Sonora who had called just toward the tail end of the hour but by that point we only had just a few seconds left with our guest Jeff so sorry about that I hope you are enjoying the whole story about can Rockne sorry I'm sure eat actually don't let us interrupt you why don't you go and enjoy that alright we cut okay I'm telling you right now I mean listen you guys Masako the change in the man I would argue right research I'm out you know one of the foremost research is a problem in the world round to I'm here to tell everybody in the world that the sun right now because of the solar minimum was doing actually is is charging up to get ready for the big one now estimates say they would take fifteen to twenty years to repair our greed just sent me fireproof moderately it's not enough it's not gonna work what needs to happen is people need to find me I'm a greedy person I'm only get my mention Stoll exacerbated writing the funding no I'm telling you only have five hours maximum you can't use this you can't use open lines to to try and make money sorry about that dude I I wish I could help you and I don't want to interrupt your meal on top of that but I'm not gonna let you do that I I just if you're doing it somebody else is going to do it and and now we just can't do that I mean if you're online and you know you get people to do it that's cool but now I I I just don't want to get involved and and having people send you money I hope you understand wildcard line any is in Alabama on coast to coast AM any thank you for taking my call all kinds of calls from people claiming to work for Microsoft thing has ever can you really call and they say windows defender has expired which I have learned since in this half season there's they will face for which is a center like follow up with every other story about your computer sure want you to download a program the remote access anybody that says they were for Microsoft in the call you is the skinny on those yeah well of course Jeremy shouldn't it shouldn't even have entered the here's a question is can you ever do it and just have fun with those people and drag out the phone call so long they can't hurt somebody else computers and add philosophy is an old univac it takes her grow I love the long story about everything and then a drop that on us how long does it take them before they're hanging up on you they hang up this is a very it's an old univac it takes up an entire building I lay them I keep on string alone he and I say almost sure yeah laid out like I was on my computer and my yeah it was program and made it like I was in the return box and always I have a computer in the race yeah and I I I I I've done this myself when they happen to call and I was like wait I was in between something and I thought I've got ten minutes to kill and that the the the more the more I keep them tied up the fewer seniors are going to you know they're going to defraud out of a hundred Bucks or whatever it was that they're going for so very good I like that any I'm on your team on that one will go east of the Rockies Blake is doing a little trucking on coast to coast AM Blake Hey good evening brother easier and so spectacular night I love the cornucopia of conversation that you have and I hate to drop a bomb shell are you here but I was just talking to one of your producers such and it's about time I call in because I had a question because we're talking about yeah but each Splosion and playing that I'm sitting in an airport right now as we speak I'm a truck driver he I'm half way I'm just a little north of Sacramento right now she said I'm thinking they can our break well I had a Congress up about I guess I'll get to the bomb show here yeah because we're talking about explosions you remember years ago we used to have NBC night at the movies always on a Monday night yeah these to they have that various forms for years right yeah it was a it was a movie called a deadly US business it was about how we should get rid of nuclear waste all right I actually I'm an in law no our step in Los you're only there are that really never lasted but I knew somebody who was in the mob that had ties with our I Jimmy hopper and how we used to get rid of nuclear waste by just dropping off dot shouldn't gear is and that was your act that was back quite thirty five forty almost forty five years ago but my question the light with your name by the way I relate you were a spectacular gas that sits in per our brother George nori I went to the coast to coast every night on the road because I drive nights yeah and that a long time listener first time caller but one of the questions I had more because we're talking about explosions and what not are you understand we're tiling is correct tiling you mean we're in a nuclear context or actually exactly yeah yeah well I got a question for you when the World Trade Center exploded why was it never mentioned at all that there was a print shop and I'm not going to mention the name of the printers should be returning that's for you at you in great shape diamond plate not much so were played cylinders to produce all set and also earning why was it never because we have a lot of talk about how first respondents are dying of cancer and a week passed a bill Maher go up your for example I teach and try to work with the first responders I'm not gonna modulating once again why was it never mentioned that in the basement of that building was the super tanker full of hyaline which church which is cancerous yeah just a few years later we had the art center about she became a senator I'm not gonna mention any Republican or Democrat the affiliation what's not or not but that that causes cancer hi killer when I worked at the plant we have the port Maskelyne guy get it would be it was more dangerous than at the gym your work with this cancer Angie how do you happen to know that there was one there in the back I just never heard anybody discuss okay you were I work I work there I will so I I mean that's really interesting don't know I mean I'm assuming it was at least to some degree it was all whatever were in those you know whatever's in those tanks leaked into the ground right well actually yeah one would be carrer started the one that they're the ark our jet fuel you're dead on amongst the beans and reach down the walls titling tags thanks I believe personally that was when the explosions happened which we did now would you go back change yours your brother Ian you remember when there was a terrorist attack and it was just limited to the basement yeah yeah I mean you're talking about the original the original attack on the World Trade Center which was in a like a writer track truck that was in the basement I ruined basement actually came into little florist on the bottom level right I'm thinkin personally because I work and I work for this company and I'm trying to be honest as anonymous as they can now I've only talked to a a really good your personal friend that I have were they checking calculator that I work with and I mentioned it to him but nobody sex and and he was totally unaware of what had transpired at this point the tiling super explode that's the key and he is right are you wearing well I'm I'm I'm intrigued I I wish I had an answer on why nobody has done anything about it I have to say I hadn't heard anything about it but that you know just I have muscles must so self aware enough to know that just because I don't hear about something doesn't mean it has been said so I'd have to go looking around a little bit when I have time and see if I can see whether anybody is research that and what whether this was discussed as being one of the potential potential carcinogens that caused a Christian brother Ian this is a bomb shell yeah it's interesting question review tonight I mean that so many years that I have this insight right at the site you know I mean I get I get it I I so I'll I'll poke around we'll see what I can find and maybe I can get an answer coming up in the weeks ahead the guy that we had out of Alabama the guy would say it standing on the corner yet to cite industry and it said we'll talk for food and it gets any worse almost instantaneously aren't for our Twitter and Facebook down payments over like and then I believe it was Minnesota Vikings offered him a job speaking as a sports announcer whatnot this was years ago he was found here to speak tracking voice you know all I'm ready to retire from trucking by United spent seventeen years broke again no I I notice I'm a try making the connection on that that last part so what do you what's your am I missing the subtext and then with regard to the World Trade Center on that or you're saying oh no no I'm just stations over okay you're right you know I'm a long time listener first I have if you ever need somebody to voice announcement I appreciate that I'm the guy that I'm the guy in the paper had make it's French fries I have zero authority around here so I I hope the important people are listening in and who knows that could happen but good luck with that and you certainly do have a fine voice is certainly better than my hiking tonight which is a little horse and I'm fight not off let me go to wild card line Mary is in New Jersey on coast to coast AM merry good thank you about the largest any knock after that when somebody dies even into the blessing of Abraham in the New Testament when somebody dies absent from the body present with the lord but John says nobody has sent up in heaven unless it's the one coming down meaning Christ so we have to wait for the crucifixion so these people were taken so alive enough and the largest any not she says he was taken up in chariots of fire and that was a minute I can't go to heaven before the crucifixion well I think it is this I think it's important to New Jersey thirteen if you want my opinion on that is to always be careful about taking something like that too literally because when we go back and we look at the original languages especially like something like Hebrew the the verbs and nouns that we take for granted in an English translation is being very specific often have a much more dimensional understanding and we have to as translators we have to choose one meaning of that word but in the original Hebrew for example when we talk about somebody asked sending and or even on the word heavens it gets a little complicated and so it's an interesting proposal don't know but I would the argument is often made that they're not they wouldn't have been alive because they would have needed the body anymore so there and in fact there are places that are traditionally linked to the body of somebody who had ascended but they had left the body behind but it had the form as they headed sky word but the yeah so like I would I would just do a Rick look for that in the original Hebrew do with the word searches in Hebrew and find out whether that helps understand that was certainly the Greek for the New Testament a first time caller line David is in southern California on coast to coast AM David yeah David I dog but give me off the last I heard one person commented a Las Vegas and they said that.
"sonora" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cartel in Sonora to them to bring the war to them for almost a North Carolina hospital this morning a man was arrested last night was taken to Cape Fear valley Medical Center this morning to treat some sort of a condition while there you try to grab a share of deadly gun I think the police officer being shot and killed the guy the deputy was injured America's listening to fox news three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go retiring it's partly cloudy in fifty downtown I'm Kerr Darling here's what's trending at eleven oh two the announcement made just this hour Hoosier representative Pete viscosity is not seeking reelection in twenty twenty he is one of Indiana's to a Democrat congressman in the house the other being Andre Carson this loss he has represented Indiana's first district for the last thirty five years he was first elected on this day back in nineteen eighty four incumbent Democrat mayor Joe Hogsett will keep his seat and for another four years to defeating Republican state senator Jim merit for mayor grows stronger distinctions of culture race and sex we've grown wiser into canyons beliefs and religion pumps that won in a landslide Democrats also expanded their majority on the city county council a casino could be built in terror hold in the next two years says Matt bell head of the casino association of Indiana or that the Indiana gaming commission will select an operator there is an open application process to last through December first people in the eagle county voted in favor of the casino Tuesday bell says construction could take two years once the gaming commission selects an operator your forecast next eleven oh three in farming getting things done early has a way of setting you up for success like using quarters for an early season win over weeks porpoise keeps even the toughest weeds from what all sides of action deliver superior control first weeks later corpus reactive just a half inch of rain take out a new to get an early season win three quarters end of season always read courses restricted use pesticides let's talk about and in may she was working at Walmart and heard an ad that changed her life with no.
Heavily armed person detained near Mexico ambush that killed 9 Americans
"There there is a lot of misinformation or a lot of sketchy information coming out and swirling around the so shooting of the Mormon family in Mexico yeah lots of things are difficult to confirm so Mexican authorities and we mentioned this last news and I've heard it talked about all morning and yesterday afternoon Mexican authorities arrested a person that they believe is connected to the ambush that killed nine Americans in Mexico or maybe not the state prosecutor's office in Sonora posted on social media that are heavily armed man was detained close to where the attacks took place and Mexican authorities said that there was a possibility that the man might have participated in the massacre he had two hostages who were not related to it at all so that says to me that the possibility is a slight possibility here if he was involved here is how vague this story is yesterday my cell phone rings when I'm in a meeting and it's my dear son Festus who works over at fox thirteen and he's the imam I'm at work people your work said they heard you guys doing this story about the Mexican shooting and that you have different information that we have and we're we're trying to get more information if you guys had more information we have is bill right you know Utah's most trusted newsman L. already can I talk to bill this is that's when I ran to the production department and I said you need to make it as a liner for us right now this is when fox thirteen need help with the news who did they call not K. as well they call bill all right I don't like hanging up your I'm just going from The New York Times but it lends to what you were saying is this story is is very bays on all sides about what they're there are some undisputed facts about what happened but then the the conspiracies thrifts whirling
Suspect arrested in murder of 9 Americans in northern Mexico
"Well a suspect has been arrested in the massacre of nine family members from an American Mormon community on the Mexican side of the border with the United States Mexico's ministerial agency for criminal investigation says it has detained an individual who was holding two bound and gagged hostages in the hills of Agua priests in the Mexican state of Sonora the suspect described as having several rifles and a large amount of ammunition including a number of large caliber weapons and that is about all the Mexican government is telling us right now the rest comes after members of that family were brutally attacked while driving near the border let's bring in Jim rope Michael it's unclear why this is really unthinkable Utah senator Mitt Romney talking about the three women and six children killed Sunday in the Mexican state of Sonora across the Arizona border the group all members of the same family and of a fundamentalist sect of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints were riding in three cars when they were stopped by a group of heavily armed men they were shot and then they're bullet ridden cars set on fire nine of the seventeen in the car's perished including twin six month old babies and four other children other kids in the groups are five but were wounded president trump tweeted that a war must be waged against the drug cartels in Mexico and pledged to support and help to Mexico to do it between the cartels have gotten too big and too powerful and it will take an army to defeat an army Romney agreed when he says Mexico has to really knuckle down and go after some of these cartels and and stop this this escalating level of violence escalating it is Mexico's department of security and citizen protection beefed up security in the area including the National Guard because of cold disappearance and aggression toward several people and cold senator Lindsey Graham also wants to declare war on the cartels and having mastiff check whether not mixing cartels are part terrorist organizations with the confines of the US law if they're not I'd like to make on the question is was the family a target did they get caught between two warring cartels is this a case of mistaken identity as Ronnie suggests I'd be surprised if it was a targeting Mexico's president thank but declined president trump's offer for military help saying it's up to Mexico to deal with the
Relatives say at least 9 US citizens killed in north Mexico
"Relatives say at least nine US citizens including four children were killed in a shooting attack they suspect is a case of mistaken identity ABC's give a pilgrim reports the family members who were on their way to a wedding are part of a religious settlement in the Sonora St a section of northern Mexico known for its drug violence and that dominate Sylow cartel three S. U. V. set out from a more about seventy miles south of Douglas Arizona as the convoy came under fire some of the children managed to
9 Americans killed in ambush in Mexico, most of them kids
"At least nine American citizen all women and children are dead more than a dozen are unaccounted for after an ambush south of the border they came under fire by a Mexican drug cartel yesterday family members who were on their way to a wedding are part of the religious settlement in the Sonora St a section of northern Mexico known for its drug violence and the dominate Sylow cartel three S. U. V. set out from the more about seventy miles south of Douglas Arizona as the convoy came under fire some of the children managed to escape ABC news correspondent eva program more than a dozen other members are missing
Relatives say at least 9 Americans killed in Mexico, many of them kids
"This is for the record nida and for my grandchildren are for he shot up right on the road a lot more to and obviously devastated grandfather taking video of the burned out S. U. V. in which his daughter in law and his grand kids died we're still getting details for you this morning but we do know that at least five people possibly as many as nine were murdered in Sonora Mexico and that includes babysitters covered to the remains of for little kids and the woman in the vehicle it's Leah status of queen creek she says at least nine of her relatives are murdered including her nephew's wife and that and her we'll just call her niece her nieces for children she says the two other mothers were also killed and is you can imagine this is just a it's more than than this family can possibly wrap their head around they're all caught up in what's believed to be a cartel shooting they're they're saying you know might have been a case of mistaken identity but anybody who is capable of doing something like this they need to be brought to justice and it seems like something that the Mexican government Mexican law enforcement is incapable of doing now that the other kids go and so they were walking a lot of them have gun wounds bullet wounds and so the oldest who was thirteen he had all the kid the rest of the kids behind a tree on the side of the road and walked back to our community to get help like I said before we don't have all the details were still trying to figure out exactly what happened in exactly what is still going on word that a couple of those S. U. V.'s are are missing as are some of the people who apparently survived the shooting once again we don't have all the details but in not official word from what happened from the US government or the Mexican government but Brandon Judd who's with the national border patrol council we've talked to several times on this show told fox news this today what you have to look at is you have to can there is as we continue to do a better job on the border we can expect to see more violence it's rare that cartels lash out in American citizens on less were cutting into their profits which is what's happening right now and is it time as I've suggested maybe a little earlier to go after them for the U. S. to go into Mexico and go after the cartels directly we have to do is go back to and look at what we did in Colombia we absolutely helped out the Colombian government applied in there well yeah we we but we we went in there and we did our job to safeguard the American public is not like we went in there solely for the help of Columbia we went in there because it was in our best interest a relative of this family back in two thousand nine so ten years ago was also killed really and she wala and he was an anti crime activist so I'm wondering if this group was known for ya coming out against criminal activity in the area or if it was indeed a case of mistaken identity because I can't imagine somebody knowingly gunning down mothers and their
Relatives say at least 9 Americans killed in Mexico, many of them kids
"In the news today breaking news overnight the state read the story from Mexico at least three American women and six children from an American Mormon community based in northern Mexico have been killed in an ambush a relative of the victims said on Monday now you had was that the the newspaper el universal say at least twelve have been killed we're talking about children as young as six months old will be on the barren said his cousin was on her way to the airport when she was attacked and shot in her car along with her four children in an area and Tory is for drug traffickers and bandits of all kinds it was a massacre LeBaron said Libourne said his role is located the vehicle which had been set on fire with the bodies of the victims inside two other vehicles were found several hours later containing the bodies of two more women and two children at least five other children one of whom was shot and wounded managed to escape and walk home one girl was reported missing after having run into the woods to hide the state Attorney General so the number of victims still remains confused as I said we have reports of me that would make it nine Americans or were killed we've been told the number may be as high as twelve yeah this is a huge story you you see the number of deaths in Mexico that the number of murders in Mexico is on the rise and and in fact the first half of this year setting record numbers and obviously the cartel activity has ramped up greatly don't know what is driving that but it's clear right now that Americans are not safe in Mexico they're not I'm many will argue that they haven't been for quite some time are these this family apparently lived in Mexico S. is being reported and there are plenty of Americans that do that but beyond that you look at tourism and people traveling there on a regular basis I would have you know five six seven years ago have no problem taking a cruise getting off the boat going into Mexico I had a problem growing up on the southern border I really didn't have an issue with it until later years right now I wouldn't step one foot on on Mexican soil and it's because right now I think this unpredictable nature of I don't know if the turf war going on with the with the cartels or or what it might be but I think this story demonstrates how evil those people are we know that Mexican national police and military forces were dispatched to the border state of Sonora on a search operation following those of you know reports like we said nine it is what is being reported by a lot of the media out there with the with the el universal one of Mexico's largest newspapers quoted other relatives the same as many as twelve members of the Mormon family were killed in what appeared to be an organized crime ambush well and and that's it two I mean you ask yourself that a family come upon an area accidentally where there was something going down and and they were attacked or were they attacked out of the blue with a target you know where they targeted specifically because they were Americans were because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time there's a lot to be learned here before we know but there's no doubt that the the activity by the cartels the which has been going on for ages but really ramped up the murders in Mexico's really ramped up in twenty nineteen and right now on full display here I you're talking about children kill being slaughtered if these reports are accurate and true that's as evil as it gets and I don't know what you do about it I don't know what the they're clearly will be an answer from and and so far there has not been an official comment this morning yet from the state department but there likely will be this is from CBS twenty one in Arizona and their headline is U. S. women and children killed burned alive in Mexico ambush right the infirm we were twenty deck because some of the reports said the vehicles were set on fire yes it we did we weren't sure if that's before they were slaughtered or or if they were still alive but again this is horrific and you can bet that there will be a a response from the state department later this morning and you're there you're talking a family that this is a of a woman and a queen creek Arizona so the victims are her American relatives Leah's this woman by the name Leah Staten her sister in law cousin and nephews wife left the family's ranch in Sonora for a wedding with their children in tow my sister could actually see the smoke from her house and they heard the gunshots she says another family member saw one of the S. U. V. is that they had taken on the side of the road a few miles back few miles away from the ranch we just knew the vehicle was on fire and bullet holes all throughout it it was a good hour or so to get information that they were in it the four children they were all dead the other two cars disappeared my sister in law was in one with nine or for children and then my cousin was in one with her baby some of her relatives have recently talked about moving to the states because of the violence there things have happened with my family members being pulled over by the mafia guns pointed at their vehicle as for motive is that's one thing that you and I are asking the the woman who are the the relative in Arizona said she has no idea why anybody would want to harm innocent women and children we just can't believe that this is actually happening to our family it just seems like a bad dream Mexico officials say the area is remote which is slowing down the investigation we said even Mexican military have been sent for the the the search for an investigation as to what's what's going on so you look at that immediate area below the your supporter right there in Arizona that was going back to Jan brewer's time as governor of that state that was part of the battle is is that there were very dangerous people still are dangerous people the cross in to the US across the border and Arizona was looking to do something about that and of course the battle ensued between the legal battle between the Obama administration and and the state of Arizona and you look at the threat it's not anymore it's not just border states I'm talking about the threat that's right here at home by the cartels in their activity here if they're willing to do something in Mexico like this they're willing to do anything anywhere and the more that we that the left promotes open borders the more dangerous our country
Gun battles erupt in Mexican city after arrest of El Chapo's son
"There's been heavy fighting in northern Mexico between the security forces and members of the Senate I would drug cartel to one of the group's leaders was detained video goose man low pass the son of the jail drug lord Joaquin el Chapo goose man was picked up during a routine patrol in the city of kut can the authorities have yet to confirm that he still in custody there are reports that he may have been freed following face response from gang members from Mexico City will grant reports the footage of the gunbattle sherry sustained fighting with heavy weaponry in the main commercial district of Korea can the state capital of Sonora the cartel gunmen driving pickup trucks with machine guns mounted on them clashed with the police and the army in the streets causing panic in shopping centers in restaurants images show a city under siege with cars and jeep set on fire and a large deployment of military vehicles the state security authorities later confirmed that the reason for the fighting was the detention of a video course man Lopez and in the past few minutes it's emerge that the Mexican authorities have released a video goose man low pass they said they wanted to to save
"sonora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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Brazil's president says G7 treats his country 'like colony'
"Leaders at the g seven summit in biarritz have agreed to provide logistical and financial support to help brazil fight the fires in its amazon rainforest the french president emmanuel macron said g seven countries would release twenty two million dollars of funds which would also involve a program of reforestation station brazil's president disabled sonora who described the fires as an internal issue said the announcement treated his country as if we are a colony on no man's is land so he's joined international pressure the most effective way of approaching this issue and will mr bolsonaro except the g seven's offer
"sonora" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"There was women name to Sonora Dodd from Spokane Washington, and she was sitting in church, one Sunday on mother's day and they were honoring having a service on ring mothers and she thought is that was going on. She thought about her father who had raised. Her mother had died, and her father had raised a herself and her three brothers and she wouldn't it be nice to honor fathers who've her father, had done so much to help raising her. And she went to her clergyman and said, you know, we, we have a mother's day service. Why can't we have a fathers day service? This happened to be the third Sunday in June. I'm sorry. It was. It was the second Sunday at may which was mother's day and till the agreed with her in got other Cordesman in Spokane to also do the same thing by the time they could arrange all. That it was there Sunday in June. So they had a fathers day service in Spokane on that, third Sunday in June. The newspapers there. Gary the story picked it up the news traveled across the country and gradually other places started honoring fathers day as well. And again, it was always on third Sunday in June, which it still is one of the oddities that we have in your book, fessing facts is that the founder supporter that creator of his is day was not a father was this woman, Sonora Dodd just like the founder of mother's day was not a mother. Her name was Anna. Jarvis. As a schoolteacher advancing West Virginia. She is the one who wanted to honor her mother, her mother had passed away. On the second Sunday in may at back in the early nineteen hundreds and she went to her minister the next year and said, we on her mother on that second Sunday in may and they agreed to do that. And then she got the idea, she was a schoolteacher of campaigning to create a national mother's day. And she wrote hundreds of letters to congressmen and even to the present United States and finally in nineteen fourteen president Woodrow Wilson. But the idea in proclaimed national mother's day ever to be always to be held on the second Sunday in may. Good move on his part. Yeah. So, anyhow, the creator mother's day was not as this Anna. Jarvis schoolteachers would never married. Never any children. So the creator a mother's day was never a mother and the creator vodkas day was never a father. Let's go to Dan truck driving in Missouri. Hey, daniel. Go ahead. Hi question for the doctor there. Right. Touched on when the president wasn't living in the White House. There's a major event that happened during that she never hear about it. Jobs, a four year period, almost four years, Harry Truman, moved across the street president Truman Addison house spare hounds warehouse. That's right. What was the major event? Damn. They had an assassination attempt. Uh-huh. Right. Yeah. Yeah. They and you never hear about it, but there's a shootout, and killed them White House cotton, and killed one of the assailants. Yes, it did killed one of the secret servicemen and Truman was napping upstairs. When this happened there, there were three people who three potential essence who broke down the door at Blair House, got into the house shot and killed a secret serviceman injured another. They storm the place night. Yeah. The amazing thing is Truman is taken a nap. He took nets every afternoon. It's like on the. And the incredible thing is he had an affair that night. And he I mean he came close to being assassinated. He went on with his regular.
Skier killed in New Mexico avalanche was on annual trip with his father
"To a border crossing in New Mexico are the second large group of central Americans encountered by agents at the remote port of entry in as many days US border patrol said that the latest group of migrants arrived at antelope wells on Thursday, we're mostly families and unaccompanied children, fifteen families requested medical attention. As soon as they were taken into custody on Wednesday. Nearly two hundred fifty immigrants were taken into custody at the same crossing after turning themselves in to thirties many students from mills college in Oakland have spent this week on both sides of the US Mexico border to learn more about the migrant caravans KCBS, Melissa coul Ross has more on what the students have learned so far when mills college biology, professor Lisa Yuri, I saw portion of the barrier that already exists along some parts of the US Mexico border for years ago. She realized that many of us have. A lot to learn about life along our southern border talking with people around the bay area. I realized that some of them have grown up around order like you wanna or San Diego. A lot of them have never seen the border. And so I wanted to have been come down and experienced firsthand life on both sides of the border. So Yuri and almost a dozen mills. College students have spent this week in Nogales, Arizona and Sonora Mexico meeting with border patrol agents. Community groups activists and artists to get an idea of life on the border sophomore Cioni dri is one of those students, and she says she's learned that life along the border is not a matter of one side versus the other a lot of the community released port border patrol in meaningful ways, especially around the whole government shutdown. And I think that was something I didn't expect three says her perspective regarding the border and politics has been broadened by this experience, Melissa call Ross KCBS one of the great mysteries of World War Two has been solved. Thanks to a daughter who never gave up. CBS news. Correspondent Jeff glor- reports. She helped recover remains lost seventy five years ago. I got little pieces here and there people talking about him cousins. My grandmother Marla Andrus was just two years old when her father died serving his country. This is your tribute to him. Yes. These flying medals have Oakley clusters each cluster designates thirteen missions. So that's how we know that he had sixty eight missions captain Lawrence Dixon's plane crashed over Austria in December nineteen forty four. He was one of the Tuskegee airmen, the legendary all black pilot unit. Twenty seven of them have never been found Dixon's wife Marla Andrew's mother wrote to the military at the time looking for answers for more than seventy years nothing. I think like most people the fact that you can't find out what you want to know. Immediately. Makes you crazy. Last summer, a breakthrough Andrews got a call from the Pentagon, but they needed her help a researcher discovered eyewitness reports from around the time of the crash with enough clues to point investigators to a site where they found wreckage matching Dixon's plane along with artifacts and bone fragments. They asked Andrews for DNA sample. It was a match. What about what you've learned is surprise to little things surprise me? Like when they found the artifacts among the more part of a harmonica. And it made me laugh. This guy was the bomb. He he couldn't take his electrical too tall with them in the plane heats up to some monitor. How smart is that? That's great. They also found his ring. This one has the initials of my mother, and my father and a heart in the middle arrow. Romantic is that Marla Andrews continues to honor her father by keeping the legacy alive for her children, his grandchildren. I'm his Representative and his protector. The children when they got older would know that they had somebody in the family who had functioned in a very honorable way about your deputy. Proud of you. I think he'd be proud that his legacy went beyond me.
Midweek Mystery - Our Lady of Holy Death!
"Mystery of Our Lady of holy death. Again, this really isn't a mystery. My leads tightly episodes better. But anyway, the cult of new s through Sonora Dila Santa wet day. Our Lady of holy death is probably the fastest growing religion in the Americas, holding a site in one hand and a globe in the other Santon wet could easily be mistaken for the grim reaper, but millions believe the smiling, skeletal Saint effectively nicknamed laugh liquid or the skinny lady or Lama Drina. The godmother can heal illness, bring prosperity, and even help find love. But the most common play is for a peaceful death and safe delivery into the afterlife worshipers. Believe their offerings of fruit tequila and cigarettes is enough to bring them protection. Sansom weta grew popular Mexico's prisons, and became the patron Saint of drug cartels. The Mexican government briefly tried to suppress the Colt or the army demolishing some four. T- roadside shrines close to the US border in two thousand nine well, have no problem with Trump's wall go anyway will now Jordan his trip to Mexico in two thousand sixteen pope. Francis included a cryptic admonishment of Santa Muerto in an address to the Mexican bishops saying he was particularly concerned about those many persons who seduced by the power of the world, praise allusions and embrace them a cop symbols to sell to commemorate death in exchange for money. Now, some wet this by one of the people who worship her. This is quote, some worte has self is in bad. We make about, we make her do those things. She's an angel God created just an angel God created, and each person can ask what they want her. It's sad when people use for evil. So I think the Morrow, the motto of this little mystery mystery is if the something. Rarely wants, and you can't afford it. Get yourself onto the Mexican line Perot with phantom wet day. Okay. Until next time Joe for now.
Is Climate Change Draining Nutrients From Crops?
"Looking at another few ninety plus degree days here in Boston and before the end. Of August more, carbon dioxide. In the atmosphere will fuel climate change for decades to come. As if. That's not enough here's another downside it's going to make the food we eat less nutritious there's a direct effect. Of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere on plants that's reducing crop nutrients that's Harvard. Scientists Sam Myers he co wrote a study published today in the journal nature climate change it found that hundreds, of millions of people could suffer from. Iron zinc, and protein deficiencies in? The, coming. Decades and that's because more carbon means fewer nutrients in staple crops around the world we're seeing on the order. Of roughly five to fifteen percent reductions in these very important, nutrients from colluding iron zinc and protein five to fifteen percent. You said is that a lot. Well yeah it turns out that It is but the only way to answer that question in a rigorous way is to ask how many people in the world. Are living relatively close to a threshold of nutrient deficiency and are also depending on these kinds of food crops for significant portions of the. Nutrients that they're. Getting and what we found is. Somewhere on the order. Of one hundred to two hundred million people around the world would be expected to fall. Into new risk, of zinc. And protein deficiency and that there'd be large large numbers of. People that. Would lose important amounts of their dietary iron as well which crops are we talking about here the crops that. Provide most of the calories in the human diet I mean things like wheat. And rice and soy and just about every crop that falls into what's called a c. three crop which essentially, is every single food crop that we. Eat except, for maize or corn? Sorghum, and. Some of the millet And I know you kind of separate the effect of. CO two on plants and CO two in the atmosphere but it is striking the people who are going to feel these effects, the most are the same people who are going to be most impacted overall by climate change people in the Asian subcontinent southeast Asia Africa the Middle. East why is that there's no question that the most vulnerable people in the world tend to be the poorest people in lower income countries will have the fewest sort of insulating layers, to protect them from these effects whether we're talking about more extreme storms or we're talking about increased exposure to infectious disease or we're talking about less, nutritional foods in this case the greatest risk is in India's South. Asia much, of Africa and the reason for that, is that those are places where diets are less diverse eighty percent of calories, in India's diet come from cereals and relatively low income people tend to have much lower, intake of animal source foods Which are rich in iron zinc in protein and can protect. Those people to some degree from these effects so it's it's not very diverse diet not very much animal source foods heavy reliance on cereals and then those cereals. Are losing key nutrients Sam did this study personally worry you Yeah I mean it worries me that hundreds of. Millions of people are going to be. Pushed into new risk of some pretty serious nutritional deficits but I also think there's an awful lot we can do so I think we. Need to, step, up our commitment, to doing research to reduce our vulnerability to these. Kinds of affects Sam give us a bit of. Hope here are there fixes, for this problem that crop researchers are public health officials are already thinking about another a variety of things we can do I mean obviously first and foremost. We need to start reducing our carbon dioxide emissions that's the most direct thing that we can do but in addition to that. There are all kinds of other areas for, research that could be engaged in one is breeding crops, that are actually less sensitive to this carbon dioxide effect there's work being done in bio fortification of crops. Meeting that you enrich those crops with, respect to certain nutrients are supplementing, diets there's an enormous, amount that can be done particularly in, the, most, vulnerable countries to encouraging increased, consumption Of foods like fruits and vegetables and nuts and seeds and legumes that would provide. Additional amounts of these nutrients so there are all kinds of. Promising and interesting areas for research but I think we really need to step up our commitment to doing that research where right. Now I think the global commitment is. Relatively tepid Sam Myers head of the planetary health alliance and a research at Harvard School of public health thanks for being with us all. Right thank, you, so much
NBA is Taking A Stance Against Mental Health Stigma
"Turn our attention back to Jackie McMullan's five part series or mental health in the NBA in the final foam ejaculates the future mental health and efforts league is making racist stigma associated with seeking help. One part is particular struck me guys when Jackie writes about how players will open a helping other players, but here's who won't be the former all-star, whose mental health struggles remain unchecked and untreated his agent frets about his client has begged him to get help. But the player declines saying he can't bring himself to see himself as a bone person agent explains because it doesn't match up with the invincibility of the player that he wants was I don't care who it is, but just in general, that feeling of generation of guys that still aren't opening Danilo Ellie. What do you? How do you have to this is an especially to have battled for all professional athletes because. There is this mythology we build around and we do look at them as invincible invincible, and it's people who don't have own abilities. And so a lot of times they're playing to a persona and they're afraid to seek help, which puts them in a particularly grueling kind of prison. And then if you add on top of that, if they're man of color, because in this -ociety especially being a black man in particular, there's no safe-space. There's no way you can be vulnerable without facing some level of scrutiny or attack. And so you add all those factors and it just is really heartbreaking to see. That's why I'm so glad that so many players are now openly voicing the fact that they struggle with certain things. People in this country feel like if you have money, if you have fame, you have everything figured out. And a lot of times those things bring on more problems and more trauma and more tragedy than most people can possibly fathom or deal with.
"sonora" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Village of nocco zadi in sonora mexico the solution to the problem is simple have someone get the bucks car away from the people finding someone to carry out that solution could have proven to be fire more difficult garcia didn't even ask instead he got that car out of town himself these which was filled some ten miles away took the railroad irs life today the community hazo saved is known as knuckles artery garcia and in mexico november seventh is a national holiday of course in no history of successful rescues can be complete without mention of the thirty three miners of chile who were trapped twenty three hundred feet underground after the main ram into the san jose mine collapsed and august fifth twenty ten at first it was assumed the miners were all dead but not so contact was established and attempts were instituted to bring about the rescue all types of heavy equipment were brought in three separate tunnels to the underground captives were started the difficulty it was expected that none of the rescue efforts would be completed until december by august twenty third a borehole to the miners made it possible descend on food and water on september seventeenth one of the pieces of machinery reached the miners sadly the diameter of the chef was only twelve inches that meant a second pass had to be made to widen the whole and i told her ninth more than two months early the reboarded shaft was completed an incredibly narrow rescue capsule designed by the chilean navy and called the phoenix slid down the shaft to begin the laborious process of rain the men up one by one of interest are some of the first words spoken by these men who had figuratively speaking been brought back from the grave when said i have been near gone and i have been near the devil they had a fight in god has one my friends i believe you can understand those comments you understand that because you have spent months cut off at the bottom of a mine you understand because you experienced the evil that is in this world you do not have to be on the evening news or on the paper's front pages to acknowledge the world is not the perfect eden which god intended loneliness like a cold fog can envelop us depression can make his feel is if we are at the bottom of a pit devoid of.
"sonora" Discussed on WWL
"Village of nocco zadi in sonora mexico the solution to the problem is simple have someone get the bucks car away from the people finding someone to carry out that solution could have proven to be fire more difficult there didn't even ask instead he got the car out of town himself these in which was filled some ten miles away took the railroad irs life today the community hey zeus saved is known as knuckles arii day garcia and in mexico november seventh is a national holiday of course in no history of successful rescues can be complete without mention of the thirty three miners chilly who were trapped twenty three hundred feet underground after the main ram into the san jose mine cliffs in august fifth twenty ten at first it was assumed the miners were all dead but that's so contact was established and attempts were instituted to bring about the rescue all types of heavy equipment were brought in three separate tunnels to the underground captives were started the great difficulty it was expected that none of the rescue efforts would be completed until december by august twenty third a borehole to the miners made it possible descend on food and water on september seventeenth one of the pieces of machinery reached the miners sedley the diameter of the chef was only twelve inches that meant a second pass had to be made to widen the whole and i told her ninth more than two months early the reboarded shaft was completed an incredibly narrow rescue capsule designed by the chilean navy and called the phoenix slid down the shaft to begin the laborious process of brain the men up one by one of interest are some of the first words spoken by these men who had figuratively speaking been brought back from the grave one said i have been near gone and i have been near the devil they had a fight in god has one my friends i believe you can understand those comments you understand that because you have spent months cut off at the bottom of a mine you understand because you experienced the evil that is in this world you do not have to be in the evening news or on the paper's front pages to acknowledge the world is not the perfect eden which god intended loneliness like a cold fog can envelop us depression can make us feel as if we are at the bottom of a pity devoid of.
"sonora" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"A couple of being a little too acrobatic or noisy and there would be a grunt or people might move away from a couple that made too much to do about their love making passionate love making between young people often took place during the day outside in a more hidden and spot in the jungle i was told in the morning we might not all wake up at the same time but those who woke up early would lay quietly waiting for more people to awaken and somehow as if by magic we would find ourselves sitting in a circle rubbing is stretching the kinks out one person would say i saw a bird a beautiful bird someone else would say yes i too saw bird what kind bird was it another would ask and so they would create a story with images from our dreams they did not think that they were sharing dreams as we think of dreams the sonora believe that the world we live in is a shadow world and that the real world is behind it at night they believe we visit the real world in the morning we share what we saw and learned their story that was created around the memories that four or five people brought back from the real world set the tone for that day sometimes one of the group would take the lead in soliciting input from each person in the room about you what do you remember other times the story flowed without help a few times no story emerged at all it was very obvious that what a more or less coherent story was created around the images we shared we who had slept in that shelter would live that story that day usually the stories were simple a bird had shown the way to a tree that was bearing fruit later that day some of us would find that tree and of course it did have ripe fruit or the story was about a bad storm so people would stay close to the shelters all day and yes there was a big storm in the late afternoon occasionally the stories were about things that affected all of them all the people in the settlement or perhaps even all the sinai in that case they would make it a point to share with the people who had slept in other shelters as soon as possible it might take all morning to disseminate that.
"sonora" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Audio and video archive we'll be right back with that we're going to check and we talked media news here in just a minute and go we'll be continued taking your calls and welcome back so in sonora california watching us on free speech tv hey sue what's on your mind that i i tom it give a thai banks for you show thank you i wanted to bring up a point about the second amendment that everybody kick arguing about with this game can cia issue and this with you know something that was written in the eighteenth century when we were not supposed to have a standing army because they were kind of the arms of the royal monarchs and we were supposed to have a wellregulated civilian uh it in thing that animated he's a jefferson and madison sphere of a standing army wasn't so much that we just for the standing army the king george had but that there had been in their lifetimes several revolutions in europe and in every case it was the army that overthrew the standing government right and the silver we were supposed to protect guy cells from foreign invasion and with our with our own militias that's right and um and the nra has systematically been at the job of corrupting the idea of what the second amendment was all about in order to you know obviously helped the arms manufacturers space it last time i looked we had a rather large standing professional army at this point in time in the twentyfirst century and there's absolutely no reason why we should have semiautomatic weapons available on the streets of our country and it's it's just a disgrace and it's frightening and it upsets me that people argue with the second amendment and argument as to why we should allow these kinds of things to be going on in this country as you've mentioned and the other lady so eloquently said just earlier every country has mental illness the problem is not mental illness it's the availability of firearms and it drives me crazy it's so frustrating i love this country and its in it's terrible to agree and the the other part of article 1 section eight is the uh the rule around the army and.
"sonora" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Um and then yeah did little jobs you know i remember in the beginning being asked so do you want to go out for voice overs well i hadn't even thought about that i just want i wanted to be dakota fanning which is why signed with cindy osborne because she had discovered and had to go fanning oh i wanted to be on you know in man on fire than in all of those films sonora and bitter was sure fm at the at the time that i fear if every watched it i understand uh not not dakotas fall no no no dakota was great it was other things richer um but anyway yes oh going out four cartoons and commercials in the beginning which uh as a very pale a very white looking redheaded girl commercials were not my strong suit that was in something that i booked a lot uh and then god some modeling in the beginning it was all over the place and you can try it all a little bit and it's it's funny even putting it that way because uh i listen to bruce davidson a podcast with these guys and i mean it it it it makes life daunting for me because of everything that he is done so the idea of talking about only know pitted with this met his list goes on for will sure well maybe you won't mabian forty year yeah that you hold dear able to accumulate art bunch of stories larry another early twenties do you have much time i i can't help but a i mean i admire him so much and getting to work with him in our last film a last rampage was i i did that film to to work with him sharia good good call yeah and and it's funny to in i'm sure you laugh i wanted to work with them because of poly.
"sonora" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is the identity of this team and i think i did like jeopardy the tv show by giving you the answer before the gualstian i think the answer is jacco and hide the anc these are six of one app dozen of another as in leaving at leased to have a dozen men in scoring position order again to be more exact tonight leaving nine men in scoring position and worse once again they lose two markers as drawdown yes de marcus ostrava whose last win the last time we want a game was in his hometown of sonora mexico for the record as drought as in war on in his last twelve starts which makes tonight only words when you hear that number tonight's yankee quiz question named the three innings in which the yankees didn't leave wanner in scoring position and of course if you turn the monologue upside down you will see the answer is that number between two and four however what the yankees could not do just a few moments ago as we say in the trade whether yankees couldn't do the mets could and of course with four home runs more than enough for the grenade peter here's one thing we know for sure there is death for sure were there is taxes for sure and degrom over philadelphia for sure he is six said no in ten lime time starts against philadelphia with the twotonne era and tonight he went into the seventh then he didn't give up run tender nothing though final can you make it up and he only allowed four aides he didn't walk anyone and struck out nine more important than mad he was hit on the back of his right arm just above the elbow blood as lend berman used to say on channel four he and nobody else got heard so he's going to be okay they might have him skippers starred but for the most part di he left the game in the seventh inning when that happened but he is the x rays with the mri everything has so far negative and that's very very good thing so the two grenade or in the metropolitan's winterton night by the score of done nothing and should only be like this every single night but it's not and in the grenade or his last eleven starts nine into his era one point eight two and tonight.