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"sorolla" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"It something might be there now. Shoes some type of indicated indicator, but we really don't use it as a source of anything because like I said, we've tested it and. I can. I can use a handheld flashlight and make it blink a couple of times just believe in that I I don't like that at. That Sean. Because it. 'cause away he set up that flashlight it set. To where you can blow on it and delight logo off and on. Okay. Now I am definitely. I'm not a fan of that flashlight. Okay. I'm a little confused. Okay with flashlight. So you turn the flashlight on or is this a special flashlight? Regular. Do you do just turn it on and you ask a question? No No. No you unscrew it young screw where you put the batteries in. Okay. You GonNA screw it until it's Like. A hair touch. And you set it down and they're supposed to answer. Can you explain that? On. We've never really experimented with all that much. All I know is that you take the Lens, you turn it to just barely making contact. And you ask a question and and it Kinda like makes like come on or off in in reaction to the question. what I understand that the metal contact actually expands and contracts based on temperature. which is the electron flow. So that metal in causing metal to expand and caused the light to come on, and then when it cools down, it loses contact basically that's works according to physics I mean, I've never really tested to really know one way or the other. Sorolla can't give you an answer. Sledge's know how you do it but not the reasoning behind it. Jason did you ever to do that? Yes actually I did I use UH small MAG light. And you know, of course, I was very skeptical. This one I'm like, okay to flash like we're talking about you because you've got that metal filaments off and that has to be a flashlight with incandescent ball. We can't be an led it will not work. Okay. So. Yes..
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"sorolla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Joining us now is NPR is Jim Sorolla. He's been watching all of this. And Jim, obviously, the crash investigations are still going on. But this is the first time senators could really put these questions to the FAA, right? And it was Daniel l well these acting head, and yeah, it was mostly polite here he spent much of much of his time. Trying to explain the FAA's system for inspecting. Certifying changes to plane design on this has been very controversial because both both of the planes that crashed seem to have trouble with this new computer system that Boeing installed that's supposed to stabilize the plane on the FAA has a program in which it sometimes delegates to aircraft companies the responsibility to kind of inspect themselves and what they do. The transportation department is now conducting an audit, and how how these changes were made in the case of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, so Al well, he talked about that. He also tried to strive to ensure everybody about the overall safety of the aviation system. US regulators have been criticized for not grounding, the seven thirty seven max right after the second crash as other countries did did L address that. Oh, yeah. He did. He talked about how the after the first crash the agency was in the middle of investigating it. It'd been talking to Boeing about us potential software fix then. After the second crash. She said, yes, the US did take longer than other countries to take care of this issue. Because it wasn't wanted to see the flight data and understand exactly what happened. He said. Other countries didn't do that. And here's what he had say the important thing to know about using data. We may have been I think someone said the the last country to ground the aircraft, but the United States and Canada were the first countries to ground the aircraft with data. He said other countries actually came to the United States after after took this step and asked to see the data that the US had collected. So he was defending of slower pace that that his agency worked at the other question and all this has been about the pilots. Right. Whether they had enough training on the new software installed. Did he talk about that? Yeah. This is an issue that came up a lot. Because in both cases, the pilots seemed unable to control the planes, and they seem to have been caught by surprise when the stabilization system failed. The chairman of the committee is the subcommittee is Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, and he read from this kind of hair-raising. Raider story about the last few minutes of the lion air flight when the pilots were frantically trying to consult a manual to figure out what was happening here was what cruise said that is not an image that instills comfort or confidence. And it does not suggest that the pilot is aware of how to correct for the system that is adjusting the nose down one in the FAA had replied by saying that the investigators were looking into what happened with these pilots? He said the agency actually has a flight stabilization board in which a group of international pilots trained on simulators of having deal with software changes. And in this case, they didn't feel the system was really any different than what they were used to. So the FAA decided no more training was needed. But that's something. The FAA's is looking into. That's NPR's. Jim zarroli? Thank you. You're welcome. Puerto Rico is pairing back food stamp benefits to the more than one million people who depend on them. That's because the island relies on Washington. To fund its food stamp program. And congress has still not reauthorized that money legislation is now moving through congress to provide that food stamp aid. But President Trump reportedly told Republican senators yesterday that he thinks Puerto Rico has gotten too much aid since hurricane Maria struck the island a year and a half ago. We're joined now by Melendez. She's mayor of the city of Ponce, welcome. Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to talk with you. And the people of our may. Well, thank you for taking the time to talk to us. You know, I was struck by the statistic that I read I understand forty three percent of Puerto Ricans depend on food stamps. I mean, that's like one point three million people what sort of impact have these cuts in aid had already. Well, let me tell you these about forty seven percent of the people of Puerto Rico are below poverty. So forty Jeepers those people need the food stem. I'm asking for for many moons. We have been asking and. Have to know that we the border region people American citizens, and we these search the Saint treatment after the rest of all the Americans from may do I white and everywhere in between. What kind of stories are you hearing from people in your city, and how are they getting through this time without enough food stamps right now. Yes, we really is boring because people said they don't have enough money. People know they need those money to buy the food either. Even though they have. So they care. In his stability to them right now. President Trump has suggested he does support the six hundred million dollars for food stamps for Puerto Rico that's included in the disaster aid legislation. But so he says he doesn't want any more than that for Puerto Rico, more broadly. I understand that you have traveled to Washington several times to ask for more funding after Maria hit, what do you think of the president's reluctance to give more aid? We need the government to release the assigned recovery funds to Puerto Rico and the federal government continues zainy funds through egency is for Puerto Rico recovery and investment will not only help the people. But we'll resolve is saving for the federal government because we are every six months. From universe December the first. Season. Resilient houses. If we have the power of flexibility, and we will not have to ask for more money for the helping if we have. I want to address what it seems like the president is concerned with a White House spokesperson told the Washington Post that the administration is just unwilling to put taxpayers on the hook to correct. A decades old spending crisis that has left Puerto Rico with big economic problems. Do you think there's any merit to that pushback? That taxpayers shouldn't be responsible for Puerto Rico's fiscal problems. We play more money than the Pacers are leading in mail. So. Some places. So people have to understand that we all support what we are watching received from FEMA up until now, but we cannot be left alone to fix this problem. We sat role new support we need that support. And we are suffering. You understand that we are suffering after five we have never saw we five Ziesel. So there is was unprecedented. I hope the president is going to change his mind before it's too late for the people. We need to continue to work together as a nation. We need to be treated equally as part of the nation. Migita Melendez is the mayor of the city of Ponce. Thank you very much for joining us. For me. It was a pleasure to talk with you. Thank you very much. We'd like to take a moment. Now to remember a man who story sparked an emotional response from many of our listeners the man was Gert Berliner, and the story was about Berliners cherished childhood. Toy a stuffed monkey smaller than the palm of your hand. I liked. He was in like, a good luck piece. This story aired last November was told by our NPR colleague early Berliner, the son of Kurt Berliner, Kurt died. This morning Gert Berliner had the toy monkey as child in Berlin back in the nineteen thirties in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine Gertz mother sent him to Sweden to escape the Nazis. He could only bring one small bag. So the only keepsake he took with him was that stuffed monkey can you? Remember it today's before leaving. What was going on what you did? I was only charge transvestite who. The marriage of my parents was not the best. I really I was my mother's all. And for her. To give up her child. Is. Loic. The. The pain that she must have been SU calendar. But she let me go. While Gert was living safely in Sweden. His parents back in Germany were sent to Auschwitz. They were murdered there after the war Kurt Berliner, moved to the US where he became a widely published documentary photographer and cinematographer all the while he held onto that stuffed monkey in two thousand three he donated it to the Jewish museum. Berlin. It was there. The monkey was discovered by another Berliner the descendant of one of Kirk cousins, the cousins had lost contact in their separate escapes from Nazi Germany, and it was the monkey that connected Gert with his family here. They are talking last year. Yeah..
"sorolla" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend
"And so then everybody levels up, and it's like, you're all holding each other to each other standards. And I think that's part of what like delights me so much about you calling my work ethic. Legendary is I don't actually think it is. But I just think it's gotten that way because I'm accountable Terek. And she has a legendary word or. We have different expectations. It's like erica's like a really hard worker, and I'm more of like, maybe like a perfectionist or something. So that it's like you put those two things together. And then it's like you have something really special. We do it's partially. I do think it's something a little bit being women. I also think it's just the friendship layer to it. But it's like I feel really responsible to her any feel like representing her. So I wanna represent her standards to and meet those another woman we interviewed for the book, the three women behind the law firm Cam are in Chicago. There's a line one of the interviews. It is I just live not to embarrass them. I think it would be that just felt so like totally and that will put you on such a high playing field. We're here in the room with the right one. And we've always things that they say like, this is how you're supposed to pick a partner like a romantic partner, whatever, and I was like this big friends to like you care about how they work, and you care about their standards, and you care about embarrassing them all time. I also think around the time when we started the business we were maybe a little bit sub consciously looking for relationships like those in the world, and there was this business. We're obsessed with on the Lower East Side called Sorolla. And they were workwise. There was this idea. Like, oh, that's so cool that they did this thing together. And remember just thinking about that to work with your friends? Yeah. And I think that there are more and more examples of women like that in a world, and one of the things we want to do with the book with surface it and just make it more obvious because I think women's business stories don't get told as much especially women who may became to came to power like twenty years ago or something there's just so many stories that don't get hold. And I love it you off so much of the origins of so many of these businesses in how they think about it because and this is a little different for I would say like for us for a lot of women who are older, it was also that they didn't have opportunities men wouldn't give them money or or the power differential with so much as well like working with a man in the business who is the one that holds the money or the power or the connections because those women went through that it we had a larger imagination for the fact that we could do this with other women at say. Like, you know, we don't face the challenges of venture capital or whatever. But this is a lane. That is very carved finding another woman this path exists. I don't have to reinvent the wheel. And I can just keep doing that. And wondering if there were things that surprised you when you were talking specifically to to older women about how they chose to do their business partnerships, the founders Hanky panky the underpants company. Which we know I had no idea before we started working on the book that they day our work lives..
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"He's barely back in their buddies of right handed catcher. So when he leans back is love hand is in their Nordstrom couldn't believe a dead center in front of the net. Tried to put it in the far side domain snatches it out of the air. Coyle wins. The offense is a off Krugel up point shots saved. It makes us a pushback year for the Bruins Charlie Coyle in the right corner. Heels for Carlo right point lightning. Cannot get it Charlie Coyle things for Bacchus left. David Backes, predded drop it to the point Sorolla intercepts. He's tied up by coil. Sorolla dislodged though or Straubing and Napa lot out to set up a lot of the zone slips for Alex Cora down the right wing crossed the blood barrels of the right corner. Coil is their core. Checks ever. Carlo follows up could clear held in by pitching our turning the right corner behind it. Still going left corner. Turn around try. Save made by Rask rebound by a lot. A lot looks to center it. It's taken away by Juki, Nordstrom for coil. Not a lightning out some chances. The chances have come fast and furious here the third Carlo in the near corner is checked by Sarah, Leah steal these colonial obstacle shot of the net. Rebound it's gonna pinball to Nordstrom. He rolls. It down the ice is maybe an icing. Let's see. Yup. He tried to punch it forward and go get it. But he didn't have enough gas in the tank, and he put it too far down the ice. Fifteen forty four left in the third one of the Bruins the most consistently effective line to the lightning and has been sometimes have been long stretches without any effect. And this has been the sorority caloric.
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Is broken up by Sarah Leah counter. Cross Saint Louis line left circle. Shot blocked rebound Sorolla left corner. Pumps it back to Girardi right circle. Back for Anthony, Sara Lee at the right circle. So early cycles it recorded corn off his stick. We'll get it back though from Miller at the right circle. Alex, caloric cycles for JT Miller, right circle. Good shift to start the third for the lightning. So makes portrayal of San Jose cord missed an open net went over stick now. Shot left point mcdonagh save made by Bennington. Here's right circle. Right point Girardi, right point, JT Miller. Miller shoots blocked off the block it scooped out of there by Tarasenko. Well, what a great play by Sarah Lee, but passionate. Straub and a quick counter Polat on the right wing crossed the blue line leaves it for Steven stamkos right circle. Stamkos marches by celebrating his twenty ninth birthday tonight left point mcdonagh, right point, Straub and shoots blocked. Rebound plot, right, circle, right point, Strommen shoots deflected wide rate. Rebound gored by the debt Yanni, Gordon, right circle. Gourd sweeps at right point mcdonagh. A little shot blocked. Rebound loose. Stamkos trying to keep it alive for Polat. Instead, it's going to be grabbed by steam. He turns it out to center ice and act. Dumps it in retaking it a straw, man. All swat it around to the near side of mcdonagh. Mcdonagh turns it for plot. Still needs to get clear here and bounce it out to center ice knocking down is Oscar Sundquist they'll peel back to his own end and regroup they'll skied forward to the red line. And backing at the end no score were in the third over and behind the net tied up by Sundquist, Sanford centers, head shot point blank, save as the last key. He denied Meru now braided point boss out to center ice chips at four to the offense. Zona cheeses portfolio has it first, but he's checked by kucherov steel shots and wide open left circle shot over the net. Oh boy. Rebound kucherov, right point, center point, Sergeyev tease. It up takes a shot. Takes the left circle centers. It loosened front Johnson couldn't get it. It's gonna Carino doctor Koop drop left circle who drop shoots and a Pat semi Bennington Coburn right circle shot blocked at front, and it's going to be golfed up by steam to center ice to good shifts in a row for the lightning. Here's Coburn a pass along Sundquist to counter to the lightning at high slot. Takes the shot and he tries to center it. Take it point blank by the Gakhokidze may not Celeski holds on seventeenth thirty left in the third donors score. Boy, I'll tell you what good pressure by the lightning. And then they come back. Come and have a great opportunity Colbert and trigger Trevor struggling in.
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Andrew Sorolla winter. Mcdonagh his own, Ed. Pounds it down the ice. So a delay of game minor against the lightning. Flyers are over one of the game in the power play. It comes gossips bear railing jerus- center. Cross as vortex traps it with a skate nicely across the belied, high sly love Secretaria centerpoint gossip right one four check rips a shot over the net premiums going to come to sorelle any backhands it out down the length of the ice. Flyers have a minute thirty two left in their power play McDonnell and Gutis assist on the drew highlight reel goal to get the game tied at two. Here comes gossips spare sneaking his way up the middle, etc. Ice goes cross as for Jake Vora. Check in the right wing protects it cross as feed nearly stolen by gore. But it does come to Jerusalem taps it in on bass Leschi tries to keep moving bar cornerstone that is tied up by jerus- Jerusalem, a little feat blocked by pocket comes the gourd. Couldn't clear held in check right circle. Gossip spare center point four. Check shoots deflected and fraud. Say made by Lasky rebound strong trying to clear held in Jerusalem circle. Drew is tied up by Yanni gourd lightning after the puck. It's gonna Bob slow to four check point holds in right circle. Gaza spare Jane Gaza spare to the right circle dishes at centerpoint board. Check shoots wide, right. Rebound comes in front. A little on a shot from Simmons off their Qatari. Eight thirty in the penalty banks, LaPointe Jerusalem, right point four. Check. Right circle gossip spare back project vortex. Centerpoint left circle. Drew one time shot save Basle, husky holds on twenty nine seconds left in the penalty, which is being served by GT Miller to to our score in the second. Boy, I'll tell you what Simmons is having some major problem. There was another one was right there. And.
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Minute to go. Visi or share? Rather lobs it back in headman punches at around the nearside. It's going to be kept alive by FOSS left circle. Phosphide? Stroll left circle bouncing puck. Rabbi Sorolla for help deal at up by Sarah is gonna chase it to the offense of Ed. Circle. Celebrate with the Lord Lord. He's laughing on the ice celebrating with the data for Sara Lee his second goal tonight. Then I'll make it six three boy the Rangers as looks at five three with an empty a heck of a tackle by caloric rally after. Anyway, Serology just does a great job getting there. Speed. Floor comes attack. That's funny. I'm sorry. It's happened before. That's a funny thing. Good for the lead back to three thirty eight point eight seconds on the clock, and the lightning nowadays, we can say with full certain. Yeah. Closing into their seventh consecutive win the caloric. Yeah. He did. Forwarded surly when the ski race. Faceoff Sergeyev to Sara Lee or sorry to pocket at center ice off his stick place had bangs it in his corporate lighting far corner. To scoop it out blocking at his de ngelo, right circle. He shoots eight made dimming Louise made some tough saves here. Down the stretch sure has been awesome in this game off to save and went out of play or they get the second assistant Miller. So that whole line gets a point of the empty netter twenty three point two seconds remaining six three lightning. Shop to the left. In the later. There's a woman of hold games here. They had the five game homestand filled. And they went out of the road for three, but then warmer at home boy, they cashed in with these cashed in the other one on Thursday night. And then they go on the road. Yeah. That'll be. Handful on the road actually seven out of the next nine.
"sorolla" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"The robot arm, which prepares drinks robot can prepare for drinks at a time, which is a bit better probably unfair compared to human counterparts wants drinks have been ordered their place on a tray and then delivered to people's tables via an electric police system. Seeing the robot an action in my opinion is a bit unnerving it worse around its movements are slightly Radic. It sounds a lot like a remote controlled car. And you get the impression if. You got to close to it might kill you. And yet, the restaurant's owner says there is no doubt that this is the future. Marcel Sorolla the businesses owner says that he's already embracing what he considers an inevitable shift in how businesses operate. He told Reuters that in the near future when you're served by a human. It's going to be a terribly expensive experience. Why because it's going to be unique. He said the Cyberdog is definitely were checking out online. Maybe even visiting person. If you're in the Czech Republic, but I would advise to stay clear of that robot arm. That thing is no joke. So like who are? Hi supposed to flirt with the robot. I was just gonna say there some places Bo where that is not going to be a problem. They're always going to be human bartenders in certain places. Like people flirt with the bartender like. Who use opposed to as where to perhaps get something? That is not on the menu. Right. The robot have the answer to these very important questions. Now, I will say this though, if you want to replace the bathroom attended woulda route what a robot. Yes, I'm here. You wanna get a robot hand me a couple of peppermint s-? I'm Dan, I dry my own hands me, I got dead. How about the guy comes over your shoulder with the soap? Yes, what I'm saying? Like. This should feel like luxury. But it doesn't it feels weird right? Flow to the airport at Charlotte. I have yes, Sean, I got back through. Just left the club going to another experience. But like replacing the bartender the board gender. Oh, man future. Is problem man of that's what we think? The future is games going be. Yeah. I hear you. But no, no, no, no, no, no, no. This is this knows some jobs mentioned to be done by humans man humans. Some establishment make their claim the fame by their bartender. That's what I'm saying. No, I veto this out even drink. All right. Our last story comes from education. Hey, I'm honest as it silk, and I'm a reporter for NPR music. My latest story is about the plans that are for profit. Chinese company has to buy.
"sorolla" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"The only thing I'm gonna bring you a book about cat ownership. The maybe that's why is time for voted walk away from it FILA sock with books, and then walk across the country hand delivering books to people about his next big deal, even Vada maybe because at this point. Let's be honest Amazon. You've gotta have like a whole giant warehouse. Just full of the books. You forgot that you were supposed to sell. Absolutely maybe start like Halloween. Those. Is out and shipping people that things they ordered in books. Well, what do you think HQ two's going to be made out of traps may looks? No, the bones of employees that Jeff just uses as you know, dude sucks. Hey, can I tell you guys something horrible though? What's that? Did you see the our oke thing from thanksgiving? Yeah. No. I saw a headline. I skipped it. Oh, you shouldn't. You should have really patronize that click. But because this is this is a very good like meal time prep for me because Travis posted her mom's old sweet potato casserole recipe that I had not seen in a while was like my favorite dish that she may for thanksgiving. So psyched, I made it was so Ballin. And so I sympathize with Mr. Roker who on the today show, presented his mom's sweet potato based thanksgiving food recipe is kind of a cash. Sorolla, but with chunks of pineapple and like a heaping handful of baking soda in it, which I I'm still Turner at my mind around almost as far, and again, I do not I'm not dunking on Mr. Roker or his mom or anything like that. I would never do that. I respect the game the recipe he did say on television times was sweet potato Poon. With his mouth on the television, and my years, and I'm assuming lots of other people's ears heard the waves he created, and then we're sort of digitally synthesized sent over the Airways and then into sweet potato PU really hit it wound. And he hit it hard loud. Plo Cives loud everything. So that was the highlight of my year is that sounds very good. Where were you just you saw it on a website? You didn't even hear the word. Did you know? I saw dad our TV and dad got really mad at him. Oh, yeah. Well, because he hates out Roker now that because he was mean to us at one time. Yeah. I don't know how I feel now is mad at him. And then the Poon thing happened. And now, I actually I think he gained a few points because how Bolden brazen. Like, I get that. You're trying to share your mom sweet potato casserole recipe. It's a beautiful instinct, right? But maybe have a talk with the producers of Frank talk with the producers. There was a fucking Chiron that said somebody. Yeah. Yes. He sat down and said, you know, I'm gonna put a lot of love into this sleep potato Poon graphic. Yeah. And even the today show Twitter account. Yeah, we did the video with a couch in what do our guest judges think of our sweet potato Poon. They love it. Yeah. And I don't like it don't like it being possessive like that. Throughout the world ruger's. And now here we are saying in and it's a word we would literally never say in any other context because it's arguably one of the worst ways to refer to genitalia, but I guess it's okay because it's actually referring to a Marsh Meli sweet potato treat. I don't know. It's more offensive the use of Poon or the use of marshmallows on sweet potato. Yeah. We have. That's listen, we have some pinions. It's never Poon Jons. We have. It's the worst. So this is an advice show. Okay. And what would you basically on this one? Is we just give you advice? You send us your questions? We joined them out coming like wisdom the Christmas creep. I don't anything I need to.
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Anthony Sorolla pokes it in I to it is going to be Oester Lee makes a good place to get it out to center ice and Keller. Things in yours coup by the lightning net ramming it around the nearside for Sara Lee, touches dot Joseph, etc. Speeds to the offensive and left circle. Little cross as past gonna ricochet to Richard panik. They'll scoop it out safely to center ice. Picking it up as gala goski any Ramsden the lightning at nearly three minutes gone in the third. We get a whistle here. Offside off the dumping. No penalty. Roughing is the call. I didn't see it. It was on the lightning back on the play. Katie's will get their power play chance. I didn't see that one. Either is on the opposite end of the ice on Adam earning, no go to the box. Call to forty seven of the third lighting have done. Well, the penalty kill so far tonight three for three. But. Getting tested again right now. Dozens and Johnson to the right of demand. One by Tyler Johnson swerves to the nearside and Rams it out. Vinnie Rosa retreats do zone and he has a goal tonight. Stroz pedals up the middle of center. Dumps it in robbing it though is caloric for the lady floated back down the length of the ice minute. Thirty eight left in the power play golf ski. Glide to center. Augustino accelerates across the blind, Rosa, right circle. Dance to the right corner. A little pass ricochets two cousins by that. Nyquil appoint overly.
"sorolla" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"We spoke with you as you can hear yourself in that tape, you're raw. When you look back, what, what do those minutes the do spent ones. You talked about that. What do those minutes you spent trying to comfort Corp. nascent Sorolla. What do they mean to you? The mean everything in the sense that it's very rare have an opportunity Jahallah moment of purity a moment where there's no artifice where everything you say in do truly matters, and it matters to somebody other than yourself. And I will, frankly always be thankful. That I was able to do what I did, and I think I. I'm proud of those fifteen minutes. I think I'm proud of my actions. I think that they meant a lot to other people besides myself, and I'm grateful for the meant to the family, corporal Sorolla, don't they? I mean that someone was there with him at that time and speaking to him of which is what you did. You telling him how he was loved, you knew to do the in this moment of purity as you describe it. And what do you think that that you being there and speaking to him like that meant to cripple thrillers family. Well, I guess I should point out that it wasn't just me. There were five other people who went to help corporal sirocco. And I was fortunate in the sense that I was able to come up with some words and to be in a position where I could speak to him. So it wasn't just me who responded. But in terms of the message, I hope that got through Nathan surreal. I think it gave comfort to his family who I know was concerned about his last moments as anybody would be. And when I heard from his family and from others, many, many others who wrote to me either by letter or by Email or who spoke to me. I know that a very clear message was. That that is something the people need to hear when they're in acute distress when they're dying, when they're confused and in pain and. Alone. And how did you know to do that? I didn't know I, I felt it frankly. I do a call an incident where I had had a a concussion and I couldn't see anything and I couldn't move. I couldn't speak, but I could hear everything. And I guess that memory came to the fore somehow. I don't remember remembering that, but I think I knew that you can still hear. So when you can't speak, you feel very powerless. And so I think somehow just understood what it would be like to be in that situation and try to provide comfort. People who heard you that day. That interview. We were just swamped with the numbers of people who contacted us to say what that interview -ment to them and that you were there at the center, tough with others, of course, but that you were there with a men who was dying and you a complete stranger. You would just be in that moment. Appearance is you call it, and I just want to know when you when you hear yourself. I know how others respond to when you hear your voice in that interview. What those words mean to you? What would you hear when you hear yourself? I hear the truth here. How accurate. That was, I hear my own emotions. I can relive the moment when I listened to it and I hope I hear a message. That has meaning for other people, and that will be remembered. But you could have been saying, we're going to get that guy. We're going to police are after him, he's toasty. You could have been saying all kinds of things of that nature, but you didn't you something inside of you was coming out at them, and I just wonder if you when you hear it, I what it must be like to hear that. I can't imagine it's true. We could have said a number of things, or I could have said a number of things. But what I remember is that there was initially people fled the scene, so there was a great deal of quiet actually. Initially, it was very, very quiet. People had left or hid or run away, you know, and then the mass of people, you know, ten fifteen minutes later who were watching and taking pictures. They had not yet arrived. So initially it was quite quiet, but slowly..
"sorolla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Obviously feels good. You know, like I said we're getting tonight. We're removing our fewer skating. So our goal tonight was to try and play a full sixty. I think for the most part we did a pretty good job. So your goal. It was hard actually see up here that the puck went in before point put in the rebound. But you saw the puck was loose the whole way and he kept jabbing away. Yeah. I mean, my pointed a good job there. We're both Bali in front. Good job of keeping his his scale and the post that we just have to try and get that over. And. Yeah, just saw squeak squeak through was there ever a sense of frustration with the way ward was playing me probably made like four or five breakaway saves in the second period before you score to make it two to one. But you guys kept out. Yeah. Give him credit. He played really. Well, like you said we got a lot of shots. So he's making big saves for them as well. As was Louis for us. So it was good to get a couple of by him in just play. Some good defense down the stretch. Boy, Anthony, joy this one and good luck. The rest of the road trip. Thank you very much. I that was Anthony Sorolla from the locker room. So seraglio is my number one star his goal gave the lightning the lead. Back for good. Tyler Johnson is my number two star through two periods. Had put six shots. Daddy and breakaway chance some other great opportunities. I'm not sure that Johnny actually finished with a point. I don't think he did. He was very dangerous in this game. And then I could have given the. Third started Cam ward because he was fantastic in this game finishing with forty nine save. But I'm actually get the third star Louis Demane who was brilliant earlier.
"sorolla" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So this new samsung galaxy s nine so fast in the palm of my hand yesterday when the emmy nominations came out rather than going to my notebook because it's usually faster than the phone i could run around the web see the shows that renominated i'd never heard of go find out what they're all about it was faster than my laptop my galaxy s nine no waiting i'm done faster it is national hotdog day we just had dogs it really good friends at sonic sorolla group they own a lot of sonics up here like staten island edison new jersey oliver powell new jersey's middletown anyway i grew up going to sonic drivein they had in dallas and so it was great about sonic is you you pull up don't have to get out of your car you just push the button when sonic opened by me in parameter like is it on seventeen seventeen oh my gosh for months you could not your online in your car for hours because everybody they had to have police officers come out and direct traffic a love song that so many people wanted to get peace of that sonic it's true i heard like the slushy and the other so good so amazed haven't had one but to call them lime slush puppies i don't know why they call them that they always had like a little plastic giraffe or mermaid on the side of your cup that's known if they do that anymore anyway so sonic thank you for the hot dogs on national hotdog day i just scarfed down a chili dog i had one with sauerkraut and mustard what's up to do is still requirement to deliver the food to the car on rollerblades or roller skates and stuff like that 'cause i know being done is not required you can't work for us on this you're on roller skates carry it's not required but i'm going to start require you wear roller skates i would like that hey uh smiling stevens on the phone high smiling stephen f good morning you can just hear the happiness in his voice all well thank you how's everything going up there all right well we're doing very well but we're very happy that you have landed let let me tell you about smiling stephen smilin' stephen started in our lives anyway as an intern while he was attending syracuse the most incredible media college in the world arguably and so how many years ago was that smile in stephen i think that was two two years ago or three i left town when he was so now you're officially producing our show for two and philly yeah to this is my this is my first week have you screwed it up yet because i don't i don't see a lot of complaints sounds like it's working fingers crossed i mean my first day got off to a little bit of a rocky start y'all heard you lost your wallet yeah no his first day at work fashion yeah so present here so where did you find where'd you find your wallet oh i searched high and low i had to call and get all the cards are placed.
Lt. Col. Michael Waltz on tensions between Iran, Israel
"Know which could shoot rocks the size of refrigerators into the air north korea is saying it will destroy a key nuclear test facility later this month ahead of the june twelfth summit between president trump and kim jong un abc's jennifer eccleston is at the foreign desk north korea has said it will hold a ceremony for the dismantling of its nuclear test site as promised during a historic meeting between the leaders of the two koreas state media reported the event will take place at the end of may and be open to foreign journalists president trump tweeted his thanks to north korea for the move calling it quote a very smart and gracious gesture president trump's attorney rudy giuliani is walking back his statements that the president blocked the at and t time warner merger the administration had said the president had no influence on the decision giuliani is now saying president trump told him directly that he didn't interfere you're listening to abc news okay from the start off sorolla terry alfalfa leaf aloe vera apples asparagus and anna bill pepper broccoli oh beer is like there's fran berry i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits.
"sorolla" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"sorolla" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Been imposing tariffs on tens of billions of dollars worth of chinese imports trump saying the us and china have the largest trade deficit quote of any country in the history of our world i've been speaking with the highest chinese representatives including the president and i've asked them to reduce the trade deficit immediately by one hundred billion dollars it's a lot the president's announcement sending wall street stocks falling and bond prices climbing over concern that a trade war with china is coming stock indexes in europe taking sharp losses as well right now but thou jones industrial average down over four hundred points the snp losing around forty points the nasdaq off around one hundred correspondent bob costantini tells us president trump is apparently willing to be questioned by russia special counsel robert muller yes i would like to president trump said off microphone at the end of an event here when asked specifically if he wants to talk to special counsel robert muller the president's private attorneys including john dowd who was leaving the team i have been negotiating terms of a sit down interview of some sort for mr trump the expectation is the president would be questioned by others working with muller the trump legal team has been hoping did an interview of president trump would mark the end of the muller probe bob costantini the white house as bob mentioned the president's top lawyer handling the russia investigation john dowd is resigning as mr trump shakes up his legal operation the as are two hundred fifty six the nays are one hundred and sixty seven the motion is adopted with house passed a one point three trillion dollar spending plan approved by both parties it goes to the senate where passage is also expected but what about president trump let's hear from budget director mick mulvaney is the president going to sign the bill the answer is yes why because it funds his priorities there are major spending hikes for the military in the bill as well as made your hikes in domestic programs spending i'm michael toscano okay from the start i'll sorolla terry lee our vera apples asparagus banana bill pepper broccoli loubier is like mayor berry i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits and vegetables we potatoes haya.
"sorolla" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Right yeah tyler you've never use a sex toy on somebody general have you ever purchase a sex toy okay yeah it'll fair typical sit there actually you can amazon primum he really he bought plugs that look like octopus by oh yeah or the but plugs that have the tail at the end of it so you could little details yeah they're called massage things instead on on amazon they can actually call them dildos or anything like that or vibrators because it's can't be a sex toy but it is i didn't know about this tale think oh yeah there's a whole separate it just on you can be a rabbit yet fox but it's in your but but you have a tale on issues like lenin your but never actually it's it's it yeah i can i get the lousy it's really classy like as i've always wanted like a monkey tale no yeah if i put something in my but it would probably be a a tale murray that makes in his okay what all gere laura it for jr was on a rt podcast an extra rt podcast were so figuring it out so hopefully the rest of the shows are nothing like this yeah there are no rule so we'll just flagging i dunno we'll try some shed some shit will work some all six people on the set did not work so thank you to adam co vicky stop by gus sorolla thank you patrick.