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"ston" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

05:14 min | Last month

"ston" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"Heard of that peanut butter sandwiches. We never tried it. I tried it once It needs to raja my friend brandon. You see that. And i was just looking at him in awe and discuss an impressiveness. What are you doing. He's like trion be no. I tried it. So i very high tolerance for raw onion. Yeah me too. Like i love otis inside of raw. It can't be yellow unhealthy. White onion the rallied onion that you get at a lot of persian restaurants where you get the white onion puts some su mac on it. Yeah eat that with the bread. Fantastic so i i love. This idea ate a lot of catch. Samson's up sometimes i would just do Do iceberg lettuce ketchup and white bread. Why don't you know what i'm saying is a great salad. This sounds lovely at sircar. ston trae baked. Pancake is superior to traditional pancakes especially for crowd. So much easier. You know to trae. Baked pancake has called cake. That's just called. That is a an unsweetened cake. yeah Which which i don't doubt is probably delicious however i love the irregularity. You get with traditional pancakes. He has a little burnt edges in the buzzer to me. You need that also. Aren't they like square or triangular. When you do it like this. I need my pancakes to be circular. Yeah can't enjoy it. Square pancake makes me deeply uncomfortable. Yeah it doesn't fit the narrative of my life. No it doesn't serve me. It doesn't bring me joy. Imagine yeah no way we are. we are. Don't like star of david pancake. I've made those before D. three nineteenth four popcorn try adding natural maple maple syrup to the pan wants the corn starts popping. I don't want to because it's gonna burn was camel corn. I don't know. I don't make my own paul. He said that like added to the pan and it was like. Do you mean microwave. I have never. I don't believe i've ever made stove top popcorn. My husband does all the time he loves it. He finds jiffy. Bob or does he have popping kernels. They put something else. There's a whole method to the madness. There's a whole ritual porn. Jewel horrible loves popcorn like his one. Snack of choice has been popcorn for like his whole entire life. He loves so. I just let him may pop popcorn all the time and i just watch him on like. It's good for you to do this. You have this. Yeah i mean if this person does it and they don't think the maple burns. And i trust that you can do it without burning. Because if you don't like popping rate at that time the maple syrup gonna kind of just cover it. I'm gonna try this. I'm going to tell david to do this. I'm really curious. Little cayenne to it At kyle bt eleven blue cheese crumbles are the best cheese option for a hamburger..

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How The AADA Empowers The Dealer Network  With James Voortman

Talking Automotive

03:00 min | 9 months ago

How The AADA Empowers The Dealer Network With James Voortman

"James. Thanks very much for agreeing to join us on the show. Great to have you With a person of your knowledge and expertise so just to start us off. Can you tell us about about two giant ford pandas and a bit of your your story and what you do look at the. Thank you for this opportunity to talk to you to that. But about james boardman well as you could probably tell from my accent. I'm south african. Night of dr hulda jason other day or until about two thousand nine when i decided to move to And coming from a background of public policy. I decided that cambra would be the best location from korea expected. Not everyone's face choice but was mon. And when i go out sort of got into the business of working for industry associations lobbying for industry and my first job in the automotive sector was with the australian automobile association which represents the staten territory modern club so cicely moderates and sort of vets event mice the my initial knowledge and also able to then use that to bosnia for a federal minister said laws on numerous issues and opting for few years. I was lucky enough to be employed by the wpa and three and a half years later on. I'm still here and united loving really enjoying working for a really interesting industry and wanna be anywhere else. Key question for me is what is the double idea. Seem to what are they a organizations so double. Ada what's the fda and come from. That's a great question. You know the people here in canberra and my predecessors ever blackwill used to talk about the alphabet soup of zone automotive associations got the mt aa the aa. Ada the sei all of these organizations and they're all all sort of unique in iran. Why but the double. I is the industry association. Which exclusively represents franchise. New deals are members of board is exclusively made up of franchise new car dealers and we advocated on behalf of that industry primarily to the federal government on range of issues as identified by this apple in its powerful. It's a fairly new organization. It's a little over seven years old and it just previously you would see dealers will Ston territory based martyred tried as associations and most of them still all members of Actions about about seven years ago. Number of senior figures within the industry decided that the needed no-go session which exclusively represented the needs of dealers at national level. And that's all the. I was think it's fair to say it's come a long way in the

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Nature: Disconnect to Reconnect

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Nature: Disconnect to Reconnect

"We are your host. This is how we came here. My name is real Vin and this is a podcast about Brown men talking about issues that matter to you. We talk about things that we don't usually talk about in home and communities were just three regular Compass sharing our experiences to inspire positive change. Compa pull up a seat. We have one ready for you. Welcome back to Los compas Lowndes and we have yet another topic. It's almost it's interesting. The the last the last topic was brown men in the ITP and you know, sometimes you got you got to just get away from that screen, you know, and you gotta get away from just everything that's going on, you know going on in the neighborhood man, and and I know off for for the school psaki, you know, one big one way that we do it is by just going out into nature man. It's a way to disconnect and Thursday at least for me to recharge and reconnect, you know, so but one thing that I always see, you know that I that I always observe is that I'm usually the only Chicano out them, you know, usually the only brown man out out there in nature, you know, whether whether it's going to ston a you know, a little four hour hike or going camping, you know, yep. Going for the Deep ones like, you know going, you know going into the national parks and everything. It seems like I'm usually the only brown person there or you know, the the small brown community that I go with, you know home and that's always hurt me, you know, and I don't know if about you guys if you noticed that or you know, if you even you know, if you know, but that's a good what do you guys think about? Yeah, that's a good way to look at this stuff. It's like very interesting kind of twist our topic on the outdoors experience for for all people, right? And then sometimes you don't think about it. But but yeah, that's something we can dig into in terms of like why are there so few of us, you know, maybe maybe there's a secret place that we're not aware of and we're not invited but but you know, I certainly like to think that the outdoors experience is open to all people regardless of your shade of Cutler, but that's that's certainly something that I've experienced and I've looked at as well and it's funny how you said, you know, we lost one passes all about connecting. But sometimes we need to disconnect to connect right, you know connecting in a different format. So I think that's really awesome. So for me for sure getting out there, it's beautiful. I think blogging I haven't done it in a while and especially during this pandemic, you know, there's no way we're getting out there with the kids. But you know, I think about hiking or I think about the outdoors as just an odd been space and opportunity to reconnect with nature, right or reconnect with Earth. What what is out there for us and what can we take advantage as individuals and as fathers and husbands and family men to get out there with our kids and expose them to all the beauty that nature has to offer. So when I think about that I think about it long terms of an opportunity to get out and opportunity to disconnect an opportunity to expose my children to something very beautiful, you know, whether it's the mountains the beaches or off. Or any other outdoor activity when I really like when I go up there is there's no even if you want to use your phone sometimes I mean, you can't change it. So nobody's going to interrupt you, you know, like there's this this place. I like to go camping and it's like it's in a canyon, you know, so you're surrounded by mountains and there's no way that you could call anybody. You know, you're just you're just strep right there. But I mean actually right now as I'm saying that I was able to hack the system one time when how long in there because my car has OnStar, you know, and I started that satellite and then I remember when time just just to see if I could do it, you know, I was actually able to make a call from from my OnStar in my truck, you know, but other than that when I take like my kids and then all of a sudden they're they're phone stopped stopped working wage. You know that my phone. Yep, that's how it is. You know, I mean, it's like well we'll go deep into the I like going like deep into where where it's like deep in the mountains, you know, cuz I was going to say that like I've noticed right now. Okay. I'm thinking of this one place in particular in Azusa where there's a like a creek and I do notice that there's a lot of a lot of us are a lot of Latinos right there, you know along the creek in the other example, you know, like they go right there and and you know, take their food and right there, you know, and that's a big choice because we were kids. I remember my uncle used to take us to the radio was called to say that I remember to somebody real little too will take your Hibachi Little Grill and then and it's funny really, we would my my father and my uncles and they will get the six packs back. You know, they had the six packs of a Bud Light or Budweiser and it put them inside there. He'll cuz a while so cold. Yeah, that was dead. Journeymen and you know it was cool. It would be in the Real by you know, taking nice little cold dip in there and then the the senioritis and the seals and the father's would be like cracking the sword the beers and I thought yeah, there's cool. You know, it's family you brings you bait. They they they they took an opportunity to expose us as little kids to you know, something like that are six packs on put on a river.

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Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?

Coronacast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?

"So Norman in new, South Wales we had twelve days without any luckily quiet cases and we were feeling really good about it but then yesterday they had three new cases that were from community transmission and at least the reporting. That, we have at the time of recording current cost. We didn't think that they were actually linked to each other. So how did this happen? Well, you can only speculate eventually it will be explained we you would hope that it's not entirely a mystery that with genomic testing, we can find out perhaps what viruses their most closely linked to. So really won't stay a mystery for too long. So on the one hand, it's spread from known sources which are not, which is not readily apparent, but it is a worry because you don't wear they'd been you don't know who they might spread it to the just a lot of unknowns here. Even if you could say, well, originally did from the Crossroads Hotel and Salah or something like that all those weeks ago. The other thing that can happen with this virus is that it goes underground with asymmetric spread in a community. Of people who are younger to know they've got it or might not be coming forward for testing. So remember testing a New South Wales has plummeted and really far far too low when twenty or thirty, thousand people a day should be being tested at least twenty thousand and we're done below ten thousand and happy enough for a few days. So people are being tested and therefore we're going to get more and more surprises like this and in Washington states in the United States. Beginning this pandemic would underground for six weeks before papa game after somebody arrived. From China. So this is what this virus can do, and we've just go to keep alert. So three potentially unrelated cases maybe they are related, we just don't know yet. What does that say about how much more virus that probably is out there under the writer it obviously means there is more virus out there than we thought even if we know where it came from because reach, these three people were got to. Find out who the spread it to the last few days and really get out there and do a lot of contact tracing a lot of testing and hopefully people will come forward. So the Risto virus is there much. We don't know that's why they're doing sewage testing. You might remember that sewage testing did indicate a problem in south West Sydney the other day and Hawkesbury, but we find any cases in the Hawkesbury catchment. But this does mean there's fire is out there and you cannot relax. It also puts paid to this notion that we're going to go twenty eight days without community transmission before Boras Open Up. That ain't going to happen I. Don't think they ever get to that milestone to think so and so the tolerance of states like Queensland to do this is going to have to be a much higher tolerance than it is at the moment possibly even have to wait till the election so that doesn't become a political issue. So you think we need different thresholds for opening up again. Is that what you're saying? Yes, I mean I think that the key is you're going to get cases popping. Up like this, almost certainly, and the question is how much community spread has there been from name to others and do you know where that's come from and if you get the sense that New South Wales and hopefully Victoria quite soon knows where cases of come from who they spread it to and they're on top of it under on top of it quickly. Then the risks while the states really is pretty low, but it's not nothing. Well, there was some good news out of Victoria overnight where. that. Number of new cases has dropped back down again on these six new cases yesterday, and most of them seem to be clustered around these Chad Ston shopping center outbreak, which we know about. But there's a big group of doctors in Victoria who are against lockdown measures and they put out a open letter sort of saying that the lockdown measures are causing more health homs than they are good because people isolated that young people are being sort of stopped from. Going to school and socializing, and they're actually really low risk and that the risk of carbon to the general population is much lower than the risk of health negative health outcomes because of being isolated long these are serious issues and I'm sure these doctors care a lot about it. Some of them a little bit of overlap with a group of doctors who wrote to I think quarter magazine a few weeks ago stating similar things and it so we. Could problem I mean what do you do if in fact you had done what some people were arguing for, which is the end of September that the premier of Victoria should have really let foot off the brake both things go back to normal for all these reasons as well as for covering the economy. Then the predictions from the Burnet Institute's mathematical modeling was the the return hundreds of cases in a very short space of time I think that's been. Borne out when you've seen outbreaks like the chat stone shopping. Center outbreak and so on. So it doesn't take much for this to fuel up and I think that Victorians do not want to have gone through least Melburnians do not want gone through all this to have stop start going on and still having significant virus spreading. So I think that's the problem is that you've got the fuel for the fire there if you don't lockdown than the fuel can actually. Again and you can get significant numbers of people and the people. The people who are exposed are doctors, nurses, h care workers, even receptionists and others in care facilities. We haven't got that much better at controlling. It is just that we've got a bit better and they're still going to be vulnerable as well as the aged and infirm and I think the we said as a society that's not what we want and on the other side, there's no question that there's going to be mental health problems. Economic problems people are turning up late for the cancer diagnosis turning up. Late when they're acutely ill in the emergency department, all these things are happening. No question. The argument is a good one to make is just the answer is not simple, and if you'd let your food off the break earlier, we would have gone back to a major pandemic in Victoria very quickly as it stands, it's just getting under control and a few weeks from now, it should be much more under control a suspect it's not going to get to zero, but much more under control and the contact tracing testing regime should be able to control it with things like sewage. And testing of things. So don't think that we're too far apart on this but say right now we should be letting things off is probably a mistake and a he would be supported by any more balloons and just on that the number of healthcare workers in Victoria that are getting infected. We've got an update on that. Don't wait about numbers come right down. So things are getting under control. They're getting out of control on partly because community spread is under control. So people are not bringing it in, but really the major spread was within hospitals needs care centers themselves, and that is really is coming under control, which is a good thing. So

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"ston" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ston" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Don't get it began in my ldl's to really high. Well. What do you readings while I found this? The invite her. And I found this. You know I love oil I. Love Oil on my Pasta in in an Oh. We can't do that. We have to get all those oils out. Is Each have a ten fifteen percent of your calories from fat? With oil it doesn't it doesn't work. So I do want to emphasize that kind of diet well. They're good. I just got a couple more questions for you. So, let's talk about why people fall off or stop or or whatever what Why does that happen I think you mentioned a little bit that they weren't getting calories and just feeling tired and sluggish are the any other reasons that people stop. While I think one in that the tiredness. Morris preparation issues again, not being prepared to do this, not having an arsenal recipes products like already in your house. Because if you just try to do this cold, Turkey, you throw every all the contraband out. You may be looking at nothing in your refrigerator, and that in itself is setting yourself up for failure. In setting yourself up for not eating enough food, and not really understanding. What kind of Diet looks like needn't think it's just salads, so you get back. It's tire. Quickly right catching silence. Only. Oh, it's all this other food. It's my barb. It's my being Burger. We barbecue sauce in roasted potatoes in a pasta salad with lintels in its big goals. Chili, Corn Oil Free Vegan cornbread. Just knowing in having all these could Britos like beings, ornell rights wrapped up into Tia with salsa burst. Beatles lettuce makes baked corn chips and fried FRY. It's all that, but it's all that when you gotTA. Make sure you're eating a lot. On that ready in your house? tested some of this stuff. You, you look at what you already knew Vegan is it so I like Spaghetti and meatballs? Are Okay we'll now. She's going to be spaghetti with red sauce. Maybe mix in years and JP's or Roth frozen spinach, or just making it bigger, colorful alchemy and I used to eat a Atta bunch of parmesan cheese that we don't have that anymore, but maybe you've heard something on nutritional yeast flakes like these are amazing, little cheese like articles that have no Adam outrageous, but taste like cheese in kind of melts like cheese so dry that I'm just knowing all information you only way it'd no is by reading or watching or joining roots on partaking in things, even paver programs. If you want a there certainly so much free stuff out there And finding your hero like if is. If. You're a police officer or a firefighter out there, and he rip vessel Ston who really watched this diet into his community firefighters and need it. More. Tough you know. He, people who sit around eating a lot. He helped them with the air heart disease risk this fire, his personal, our house engine to Incan Austin Texas he's launched a whole thing. Right NATO career out of eating this way and cookbooks and websites and emerging programs, and just finding a program where they'll walk you through not doing this alone. The being prepared so it short be prepared. And that might even mean being prepared for your cultural. And social issues if you have a family, it's completely against this. You're locked up in your house with them isn't going to be hard to try to bring them work.

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Medications for Pain Relief During Labor

Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Medications for Pain Relief During Labor

"I simply hit woman come into my clinic and Say at the end of the math is right just that you know we wanting individual and the cement slicer or thereabouts. They quite often have changed their mind. And they've given this breath incredibly beautiful empowering natural saying I'm absolutely pharmaceutical analgesic. Final Jay Z.. A. Does have its place so I just want to go off at that might once for you. The Saudi basically depending on where you are in the world So the main things of choice Nitrous oxide gas or what they call guests India or into knocks the same thing. Then we head opioids like Pizza Dean and morphine in a slightly stronger ones and then we also hey of course the federal I and that's pretty much it and really from a pharmaceutical point of view. Considering how you you know has F- follow. We are sick medical science. We really haven't done a lot for like that to be honest Yeast we will use the bureau's but you know thank you used commonly for lots of different kinds of surgeries and things. So you know it's not like they would just design for child said there is nothing that's just being designed for child with that sort of something to be reminded. Everything's being at addicted really okay so faithfully Jason the ad or nitrous oxide. Today's laughing gays in occasionally is a midwife. You say some women who get a but GIG Leona but it's Kinda Arri to be honest in in nitrous oxide really just takes a little tiny of the Labor but sometimes that's all you need to stay little tiny taking the each offer in its own and win. It's administered correctly. It can be you know. It came provides some good assistance but the thing was not oxides is it takes almost a minute to for it to build up in your system. I'm sorry the the key is getting the timing right and as soon as you know a contractions coming on you need to suck on it. Mouthpieces hot and lawless. Strong as you can until you sort of have done it for good minute and you've got to the peak of their period and then you can really take it out of your mouth. It's not going to do a lot more and it's a in one of the most useful things I think with nitrous as if he's GonNa math pace and you can kind of down on earth and and it feels good and and then you've got your appeal weights which is the site it's It varies different. Countries use different OPIOIDS. But when you go to eighteen anti-nato class and I say to you you shouldn't be using drugs during your labor. 'cause that's bad for the baby. This is the one they talking about. Particularly because all opioids are a respiratory depressant. So we don't tnd to go set if it looks like the baby could be born within the next couple of hours or so and again in in these different policies on us it really has its place for an situation stay. We're woman is hit two or three nights of Leiper induction main what. She just made some slate and if she can sleep through those latent contractions show wake up purpose. They wish to good stroll. Ah Or sometimes if you have a woman here by zippy thinks Whiten. She's really kind of a stray ston anxious than leasing. The plot really and Salie wants you to. She's ninety three tomatoes. She's got along white guy so that's kind of the times we nuys when when Pete the day off up and Morfey nor they die. Oh more famous was used an England and it's actually heroin. Sorry yeah that's when they appeal it's sort hip the place and of course the other one is ap Durrell's

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"ston" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good afternoon i'm pat their ston well it's time this the simcha school board is going to vote tomorrow on those amazing murals at george washington high school we've been talking about this a few times you know we have talked about what what's going on there the meeting took place recently the way the san francisco board of education as lopa yep says needs to go back to school he has written a piece that i think is one of those billion pieces i've i've read about this and it's headlined our school board deserves an f. well lobi at this back in the studio with me he is the vice president of the george washington high school alumni association john rothman is here of course he's keijo talk show host he's my friend and colleague and he is the president of the san francisco i'm sorry george washington i was gonna give bigger title the george washington high school them nias o._c. shen and then we have a very special guest he is the famous dewey crump ller he is an amazing artist and the your claim to fame this discussion dewey is that you are the person who was commissioned to do the i think they call them the response murals first of all thanks so much for coming in here thanks for being here today and i love your glasses they're adorable so would you tell us what they response murals were and how you came to be the person to paint them In nineteen sixty eight. Little before that, actually. Was working in San Francisco as the painting, murals, not Meryl's paintings about the. the black power movement that was taking place and so i had a number of paintings and drawings about the black panther party and so exhibited those in a number of places around the city and and the students at george washington very angry about the images of african americans which were which were located on the walls in the main building and so they created a protest to have those narrows remove and they were extremely adamant about that and and stood it because i had seen those meryl's a few years earlier when i visited washington when i was in high school and and i understood those images the images of native american did sprawled out in the images of black people as servants servants of this this was very difficult it was difficult for me as a high school student and it was difficult for them so anyway they demanded that they be removed the board of education of course wouldn't do that and so in order to get something done they took on another action and actually defaced the meryl's and it was at that point that the board of education decided to to hire an artist who work on them and and the students demanded be me and so i wound up being the person who made those meryl that are so call response mirrow where are they located they're located just in the hallway next to the may Main murals that are all. In the thirty. stand doing that you were one of the people who would instruct people on the arne tough murals and the symbolic gee that was included in those what those murals were actually designed to depict and the lessons that were contained there can you educate us well first of all in nineteen sixty eight When I got commissioned to do this work. It was very difficult because the. board of education and they are commissioned didn't think is that young person had the skills our capacity to make that work and so over the eight years that it took to get that work done because i i had to go to a tremendous number of meetings very difficult contentious meetings and i had to speak to large numbers of people about my vision for the murals and in that process i wound up having to research those meryl's and research murals in general and that made me undestand arna toss murals in ways that i had not initially and and so i said that if the arnott off murals were if i was to paint the work then they aren't off meryl's could not be removed because i believed that are a tough was not making murals that negatively portrayed blacks although he showed slavery Now. Slavery is a reality. it was a horrific period in american history the very founding father of the country are not tall was articulating was a slave owner not only was this man of great power and significance great general great thinker all the things that we had been taught he was at the same time owner of exactly what he said he was fighting for freedom yet he had his boots on the heads of black people for me and those students this was untenable and it was on tenable evidently to harnett all because he set those individuals in those images another thing about honor tall is that the images he made would not of black people with big lips and is sticking out which was the typical way in which blacks were identified in the nineteen thirties even the san francisco chronicle had images of black says buffoons and idiots in their sunday paper absolute characters caricatures and he who spent time in mexico going to study meryl's working with some of the real revolutionaries of mexico diego vera sa- carols order also one of the greatest mira list all three of them in the history of wall painting and he studied with them they were not the kind of people who would engage a racist and in fact his when he came back to the united states he brought with them the style that he had learned from diego rivera and he also understood how to use double entendre in art making he had to get these girls through the difficult process just as i had to do he was doing it in the thirty he was doing it in the thirties and in that relationship he created image of images that had subtext to them and you have to really pay attention art is always laced with subtext and if if you learn to read images you can then understand part of the artist's intention and so those narrows had native americans upright not bent over working like any other people now now i'm not condoning the images of slavery but how do you show that this man was a slave owner and slow were all of the founding fathers of america you have to do this by depicting their physicality With respect to the native American. that native american that really affected me to see a native of eric brown out on the ground arnott aw Laid that native American out. As a critique on manifest destiny. first of all george washington that towering oak over him pointing west that that that moving across the landscape creating genocide to do so he's critiquing that because that native american is at his feet that native americans is stretched out pointing east and west not only is that native american a architect of the of the genocide he is also critiquing the mythology that was emerging about george washington as a truth teller that tree that's at the top of his head is about the same size as the cherry tree we learned that george washington I was a child, and he told us that we. He. couldn't tell a lie and therefore he told his father i chopped down the cherry tree father now this mythology articulates that the country was born in truth and honor because it's it's very founding father was raised to be truthful now that's an archetype for a minute that myth was being challenged if you can read the imagery you see that's exactly what he was doing he also took the notion of manifest destiny and he put those book skin wearing soldiers were not soldiers but so-called pioneers on their way frontiers on their way to manifest destiny but he made them colorless ghosts empty that the notion of manifest destiny was an empty process and these individuals meant it they didn't turn black and white in a space they turn black and white over the body of that native american because that's space is sacred and that sacred space represents the earth the sinew the blood that they walked over and remove millions of people to create a society that we this day oh native americans a great debt to be standing on their ancestors land and that is part of that image and that's the image that i took when i made a native american on the panel that i paint Lifting up her Lilan to suggest forever. that blood that force that energy of native american sacred being is ever upright and forever in all of us and i use the archetype to do it too and it was a problem when i did it and i did it because that force the continent that we lived on and that we live on is the continent that was shaped by that spirit so for me arna tall was not some kind of god he was just an artist trying to make something that had that venerated george washington while stripping him bear of this mythology and laying him out for us to understand that this is the story that you're being told by these historians that created a mythos and that mythos went through every founding father but i think you can contain greatness and be psychotic at the same time and on race they were psychotic you got the the jefferson who was a brilliant individual a brilliant and no question about it and he was as psychotic as the rest of them on race he wrote insane sick documents about how infect black people were not human beings but every night he picked up a candle and walked up those creaky steps to that black woman that he spent his evenings with refuting every lack he told in those stories and produced dozens of black children so i don't that whole notion is displayed in those in that process that's that's why i said i won't be a party to the destruction of the murals i will make you meryl's that are that can stand up to the power these walls and to do it i'll travel to mexico and study myself which i did I'm. That was my. sort of experience experience i would i'd give a lot of money to go anywhere with you and have you explain to me and so moving and i'll tell you what i looked at the panel i had heard about the solis settlers i didn't but i wondered is i was looking at it that not all the settlers were painted colorless and you've just explained it how only the ones who are passing over that body of that native american that's right he they they were the ones as they passed over that sacred ground listen i gotta take a break do crump lurs who you have been hearing famed artists who paint what are called a response murals at george washington high school and we'll be back with your telephone calls eighty eighty eight tennis the telephone number is the i keep wanting to call him the supreme court or the supreme rulers of the high school it is the san francisco school board george washington heights at george washington high school they're going to be voting on the murals there aren't a tough meals that we've talked about so many times on this program john rothman is also here as is low-pay yep and i'm pat thurston.

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"ston" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spoken word artists James Yorke Ston but to begin, we'll hear from perhaps, the most celebrated spoken word, artists working today, and that is yet another Brit, Kate tempest, who is an award-winning poet and award winning novelist. She said had several plays produced, but she is also a mercury prize nominee as a musician and as a live performer a real force of nature. Her music done in collaboration with Dan Carey draws on electric music, chamber, music and hip hop and her delivery of. Of her poems can at times, veer close to hip hop or it can as we'll hear approach something more, like ancient chant or incantation, and that blurring of, of ancient, and modern is something that occurs in a lot of tempests work beginning back in twenty thirteen with the piece that kind of made her reputation called brand new ancients. So we'll start this edition of new sounds with the intro to brand new ancients spy, Kate tempest. And then we'll skip ahead. Six years for her twenty nineteen album called the book of traps and lessons, and six years on in the track called holy elixir. You'll hear her still exploring some of those themes, you know, the idea that what we did as a species as, as humans thousands of years ago were still doing now in the idea that myth making is important, even if. It's a kind of twisted and slightly deformed kind of myth, making in the digital age. So here are two pieces by this remarkable, British artist. Kate tempest to get started. See all that we have here is all that we've always we have jealousy ten the Tostes and gifts. But the plight of the people who have forgotten admits on. Imagine somehow now is older. That is as a Soviet. On 'isolation and warring the life in your veins. Is good. You on full greatness. She can't believe that you can know it. You can take on the tears of the poet. Always been heroes. And there's always been. And yes, the states may have changed. But really, there's no difference. This always been hawk break and breed 'em Bishen and rave. Early on. Chess spas and. We ought to same beings that again, still live in all of fury and found us. And these every day of the seats we have dreams we make decisions the stormies on. Stories on the stories. And is. Language. The language of languishing love the gods. All he. Caused the gods. The gods of the of the cats, the cut the smoke. In fact, the in the. Desks, given the cuts raven negative pill. Steve dot sing. The.

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"ston" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KTOK

"Thanks for joining us. Welcome into Friday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, this story goes to show that as much as we insulate ourselves from the outside. World, mother nature will continue to find her way inside. And in the most unlikely of places on the heels of the python and the toilet story. We told you about earlier this week now an elderly New Hampshire man has been bitten by a rabid bat, that was hiding in his ipad case, ROY cyber Ston told local TV that he sat down to use the device in his living room last Thursday. When the flurry the flying furry creature revealed itself, he then tried to close the case, but was bitten I saying, the bite felt like a beast eating the eighty six year old man, then attempted to contain the animal, and relocated to a safer location outside his house. The bat was determined determined to be rabid after being tested Syversen went to a hospital for treatment and is now recovering after. Afterward. He joked it was a good thing. I didn't decide to cuddle him a little. Thanks, jen. And I were talking about this out in the newsroom. How does a bat fit inside of an ipad case? Ipads, a relatively small pieces are super small and thin. How does that happen? How does he just kinda hang out there without being noticed until he opens it up and battle flying out like something out of a movie? Right. Right. Unless it was partially opened like could he have pushed may was just like a little flip case? And he flipped part of it open, and curled inside this strange. That's how that happened. The other news angle. The story that yeah covered. Is that an eighty six year old man using an ipad? Yes. Yeah. That doesn't surprise me nearly about that. Yeah. True. To be honest, less surprising than the bat in the case. Yes. And a retailer.

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"ston" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Honor remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and well have people that we know that had done that we think, of them on this day while the empires are now out on the field. And Andy green manager of San Diego is shaking hands with Aaron Boone. Now is a nice little site that I saw I gotta find out. I gotta get to the bottom of this. What that was about the outfield before everybody took their places in was glacier, tours manning Machado, having very long talk. And then at the end of it, they hung, and we'll get to the bottom of that. Some point maybe, for tomorrow, I'd love to know what that was about. And today's I said about this slow to America, we know what that was and the bullpen for the San Diego Padres is headed out there and. Chad green. Is back in the dugout with the rest of the starters. They all trace along. That was everybody CPAC Ston and half and. Tanaka and everybody in their coming in just a fort Chad, green Yankees had, despite you sit in, it was very disappointing loss, really was to fight that hard and then lose it and. But it was an extraordinary road trip. I don't care who you play people lose games in this in this business and six and one to do for a week where there was bad weather, and doubleheaders. I think was very good road trip. Six one. We'll be back with the start of today's game after this. This is the WFAN New York Yankees radio summer is here. And you know what that means?.

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Flooding rain threatening lives, property from eastern Texas to Mississippi

Mike McConnell

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Flooding rain threatening lives, property from eastern Texas to Mississippi

"Parts of the south central USA. Hammered by severe weather in flash floods this past week going to face some long-term river flooding right onto the rest of this month and even into June. According to the numbers we saw over the weekend southeastern Texas the Houston area hit by several rounds of flooding downpours damaging winds last week. The tail end of that onslaught of severe weather in heavy rain finally came through Saturday into Sunday morning. In areas from eastern Texas to Mississippi Louisiana, but look at the rainfall numbers going back from last Tuesday to Sunday this past day mother's day. Rainfall totals is highest fourteen and a quarter inches near Richmond. Texas just over fourteen inches near Perkins. Ston mississippi. Looks like the dry weather's gonna hold on for that region. Today could see some showers returning to eastern Texas by Tuesday. Rain not expected to trigger any widespread concern for aggravated flooding, dry weather should hold across the lower Mississippi valley through most of this week, but the river flooding may continue into the month of June. As floodwaters rivers further north continue making their way, southward toward the Gulf of Mexico, adding to the ongoing flooding on the lower Mississippi River. Now, heavy potentially severe thunderstorms may return next weekend to eastern Texas and the lower Mississippi valley, so we could see additional rises on the rivers. Moderate to major flooding already occurring along nearly the entire length of the Mississippi River from the Illinois border to west of New Orleans, the entire stretch also flooding taking place along the Missouri. Survive the Wabash and the white river's as well as other rivers there in the central USA. It looks like although the water levels on the smaller rivers should begin to fall below flood stage by maybe the middle part of this week. It's gonna take one or maybe two weeks for a crest to be reached along the lower portions of the Mississippi River minor flooding expected to continue through this week at Memphis, Tennessee, before the water level finally drops below flood stage there, however, the Mississippi Vicksburg Mississippi. Is not expected to reach its crest of fifty feet, which by the way, major flood stage till probably sometime nineteenth or twentieth. In other words, next weekend. Now in Baton Rouge. It may take until the final week of may for the river to crest there. The national weather service said they're expecting the river Baton Rouge to rise to forty four feet which will significantly affect shipping and industrial activities along the river. Although not forecast or each record flood stage will remain above major flood stage right on into the at least the end of may major flood stage.

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"ston" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Doesn't get much better. That's that's an air warm right there. Pass. Clean. Making number two. What do we do when wet song pops head row public? People sing it with you. If you're thinking about it. They're thinking about it. What's up John maverick? I love you guys. Thank you about the big stories about the R Kelly videotape. It's about in two thousand nineteen. What is this guy solve VCR? That is is great question do live. Hello. Hey, greg. How you doing buddy? Well, wondering sitting here by calling you dick training like a dick. We're going to start giving dick arrest early today. I gotta live. Are you just king? Hey, Matt tell Amanda Tim hanging out listening to the bone at my love, and I just I really feel like I'm very very I feel like I'm in sync with the world back on. And you guys good. You are this is your your window to the outside world if you will. Oh, yeah. For sure. And it's not just bad. It's not just the house out word. It's like my family though. Like calling home. Great. So yeah, I've been I've been doing good, man. I've been doing good. But listen y'all and just trying to reach out I've been watching a lot of house of cards daily 'cause I'm getting ready for one set decides to be mayor them like chief-of-staff stamper. Hi. By the way, cure Ston who works at GTO says she's been singing singing the are Kelly song at work teachers. No. What do you know about our Kelly king? Are you? For you went in. Have you always been in since he's been popular? I mean, I I used to when I was young R Kelly was of what we've put on go into the hotels or going to. He actually had a song about a hotel that we used to always already to right now. I just kind of I just kinda stay away from the whole compensation because if I start going down that road, I'm going to have to probably go get a knife. And Dr taking online Gretchen on the ones that are actually living around the same thing. What is how real is that we always hear that like people that you know, did stuff to kids and stuff. You know, they get it back in in prison is on the happens often jailhouse Justice. Oh, yeah. For sure man, they have to pay. They I mean, I don't really get into a normal when I was young. Yeah. Man, extortion game was heavy man. All right. You be careful in there and be saved. Don't get your phone taken away. Right. I got low revenue. All right, man. I love you guys. Oh, my we love to do be safe. Be safe for short for show Amandus. Thanks to hell you America, America. Do you? Got to work on tickets..

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Chance the Rapper Marries Longtime Girlfriend Kirsten Corley

The Morning Toast

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Chance the Rapper Marries Longtime Girlfriend Kirsten Corley

"News chance the rapper has also married. His longtime girlfriend cure Ston corley. Chancer is a married, man. Hip. Hop star twenty five he's young what his longtime girlfriend Kirstin corley on Saturday at the resort. At pelican hill in Newport Beach, California, people confirms guests included Kim Kardashian west and her husband, Kanye who have been longtime friends of chance a source tells people comedian Chapelle was also in attendance, according to a news, although the robber has yet to share any photos from pairs nuptials. He did leave a comment underneath a handful of images and videos taken from the ceremony which were posted online by the shade room. I did see that they got like paparazzi photos, and he commented these photos came from some lanes. Wait till you see the official ones. He must have an exclusive or something with people magazine. And he's just like doesn't want that to cut into his chancellor. He seems

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"ston" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From Newark a rump. Ston fire forty-two sunny skies. I'm Debra Valentine. With the stories we'll be talking about on Seventy-seven WABC. This passenger aboard. United flight eleven sixty eight en route from Newark international airport to intercontinental airport in Houston. He was sitting in the window seat. When the plane's engine caught fire flames shooting from the wing area. This happened about ten thirty last night on arrival to use flesh late outside the window sit and read on the wing where? Hasn't. Jurors were held for about an hour on the tarmac before exiting on slide. Some suffering some very minor injuries. The investigation today into that 'cause well underway. Although the US Senate is likely to vote this week to overturn the president's declaration of a national emergency assurances from atop Republican. The president is likely to veto I'm going to support the president. I think the president is absolutely right on declaring the emergency here. Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrosso tells FOX is Sunday morning futures. He understands some members of his party disagree with the president's approach. Some would rather he not use the emergency powers that are granted to all presidents. They would rather this go through the appropriations process in this case Barossa says Democrats are trying to block the president only for political reasons ultimately says Barosso Democrats will fail. He's going to veto this and then his veto will be sustained. They will not be able to override the veto. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Vire officials on Long Island now reporting to women are dead. A result of this morning's fire in patch. Log fire broke out at a sin street. Residents around one thirty firefighters still on scene an argument outside the Longwood avenue subway station in the Bronx, let a gunman to shoot a twenty seven year old in his stomach remains hospitalized. The gunman this morning at large incident around one AM on Saturday morning, traffic and weather next. WBZ news.

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"ston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Match piper for tax crimes in Bank fraud. Paul Manafort gets just under four years in prison. The former Trump campaign chairman cases the highest profile yet stemming from Robert Muller's Russia investigation. The judge is coming under fire though for imposing what some see as a light sentence. Prosecutors were hoping for twenty more years George Washington University. Professor Jonathan Turley get less than four years is a stonning. You know, if some kid in Chicago is in and robbed the seventy Levin, he's likely to get six to ten years manafort's still faces sentencing in a money laundering and witness tampering case next Wednesday where the maximum there is ten years. Meantime, President Trump's former attorney and personal fixer is now suing him Michael Cohen's lawsuit against the president. And the Trump organization was filed in a New York state court in Manhattan. The former personal lawyer of the president said that the organization failed to cover legal fees and costs that he incurred by working on its behalf. Go and says in a complaint that when it became clear he would cooperate with investigations into his work for the organization the organization refuse to compensate him. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington will he or won't. He we've learned former vice president Joe Biden may be close to announcing a twenty twenty run for president CBS's Eto key for the final stages of that decision. The former vice president is expected to launch his presidential campaign next month. People familiar with his plans, still CBS news. He's putting the finishing touches on a campaign team and strategy. I wanted to make sure that if we do this, and we're very close to get into a decision. I am fully prepared to do it. So far twelve Democrats have officially announced runs Michael Bloomberg. And Hillary Clinton both said this week, they are not running the Labor Department releases the February jobs report in the morning CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger. With what's expected? Analysts expect one hundred ninety thousand jobs were created in February and that is lower than the three hundred four thousand in January, but one hundred ninety thousand would be a solid reading, and it would also be the one hundred first straight months of job creation on the late show with Stephen Colbert CBS this morning co host the Gayle king spoke about her recent interview with R Kelly regarding the Rb singers emotional denials of sex abuse, allegations did think that on some level. He would have a moment of reflection he would have contrition. So it became very very troubling to me to see him really just fall apart. This is CBS news..

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"ston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KTRH

"Five police officers injured in this week shooting are out of the hospital Monday shooting a four Houston. Police officers may be indicative of disturbing trend. Police departments around the country are having trouble finding new recruits because it can be dangerous and thankless job. I think that it's being affected by shooting. In addition to the movie media coverage and negative. Liberty that surrounds the profession. That's Alex to Carmen who heads up the school of criminology at tarleton state university in Fort Worth he says more than twelve officers have already died in the line of duty nationwide in two thousand nineteen he says there used to be a fear of striking or shooting a law enforcement officer. But those reservations are dissipating early this morning in southeast skews Ston driver lost control of his car. Sideswiped a pickup truck then swerved into a front yard struck some boulders and flipped as it smashed into a house. According to police, the driver of the car was killed and liquor was found in the car. Police commander DWI ready said there was a woman inside the house who was not injured in the Woodland's man is arrested for watching child pornography on his laptop while at a Starbucks. A number of customers reported him. Lloyd, Morgan's is facing four counts of felony possession of child pornography. The search is continuing this morning for the shaker of Elizabeth Baraza Tombaugh shot dead a week ago while. Setting up a garage sale. Baraza was an avid Star Wars fan in her husband's spoke to one hundred friends and family who gather for Star Wars themed candlelight vigil last night. I'm.

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"ston" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"I want to see how he would throw it in that. And that was this is Jared Ston from Auburn every day on practice in practice. He made a throw that's made you go. All right. This guy's got legit arm talent. I believe he won practice player of the week at the quarterback position down there over the other seven guys, you know, the numbers in the game. I think he was four for five passing for thirty. Just I watched film from the game yet, but hope to the next few days. I think when you look at stood them. This was an area where you want to see how he's gonna shine away from that Auburn Auburn offense. How's it going to do away from that system? And look from an arm talent standpoint, there weren't really questions about it. But it was. Good to see him go down there and sling at the way, they did. I was I was pretty impressed with them in person. Love it. Anybody else at the quarterbacks powder? Should we move on running backs? Now, I look one guy Tyree Jackson Ross. I mean, you saw them in person. But this guy he is a large human being like legit six seven came at six seven flat two hundred forty nine pounds freakishly long arms and hands. And then this guy can this guy can throw it really really easily. Not surprising at all to see him throw at the way, these pretty athletic kid for his size is well, I know he's through a couple touchdowns in the game. But overall through the practice look a little bit up and down the from an accuracy standpoint. I think that he has a, you know, he had his moments, but certainly had some throws. He liked to have back. But I think you're kind of caught off guard just by how big the kid is especially you know, you line them up. You know, next a will Greer and Gardner Minhsiu and Jarret stidham all three of those guys a little bit on the under-sized area the spectrum and then you've got tie Jackson. Is the complete opposite way? He's a really really big kid with a big arm. Let's get to the running backs. And yes, I saw that when I was at UB to do their game. He's Hugh it was five nine starred as a ninth grader high school quarterback at five nine imagine having him at find that be like, you know, what we just we need to six two quarterback. He's just never going to be big enough. Yeah. Seven aren't running backs who stood out to your running backs or the three guys that stood out to me. Most all came from the north squad, and that's Dexter Williams from Notre Dame Karen Higdon from Michigan. Tony Pollard from Memphis and all three for different reasons. And all three I thought they kinda showed exactly the same guys that I thought they were on tape. You know, Tony Pollard. Yeah. Showed some ability after the catch. He's got some juice. He's got the ability to line up in a different number of different spots and win. He had a couple of drops which also happened on film. That's why he wasn't a fulltime receiver at Memphis. But you're taking this kid because he's a pretty good athlete, and he's also a hell of a kick returner. And I think that that's an area where you're gonna look at him and say, okay, this is how he can help us moving forward. Karen higdon? He's not the sexiest guy when you see him in person. He's a little bit under size in terms of measurable standpoint. He's pretty racked up. But in terms of, you know, height and weight, and then you know, arm length at hand size. Not really not really physically imposing. But you know, you just was awesome. Pass protection drills. That are really good job in those Nassan area where running back really stand out during the week of practice. You know, you'll see these big runs and Dexter Williams who want practice player of the week at the running back spot at the game. He busts off a lot of big runs. And you saw that speed Mike again, he was a big play back at Notre Dame so expected to see that. But to me, I I was I was most impressed with Hignett especially in pass, bro. I like it. Nestle people were were saying west hills. But you didn't you're not giving west hills the D too slippery rock guy. And he love all he he's he's I haven't studied him yet..

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"ston" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Leo laporte. Is it dole Ston or doylestown doylestown doylestown? I gotta right. I don. Hi. What can I do computer on the internet? It just has a database on it. Okay. Run run in windows ninety eight. Oh, my and those were the days. Yep. Is my dad had this computer? A lot information on it, which I need to get off of it. I shut the computer down pressing than normal shutdown mode. Didn't go all the way off. So I I just shut the power off. Okay. And when I started back up it starts to start up. And then I get a message. It says replace the disk and press any key. Oh, boy that doesn't help doesn't do anything though. Of course. Not. So it's older hard-drive eventually wears at all hard drives. We're out if they have spinning media, actually, I think it's safe as they all hard drives where out eventually the problem is you don't know win. It could be a month. It could be a year. It could be ten years. It could be one hundred years. You just don't know when it's gonna wear out. Sounds like yours might have hit its life span doesn't mean all the date is gone though. And you want that date? I understand what you said it's a database is a database program that he was using. Or is it just? To a file with a lot of data. That's a program. It's called Q and A. Okay. Yeah. I don't queue a so now I can when I started up I can cross F one. Yeah. The bios I o setup utility. Yeah. But I don't know what to do when I get there. Nothing. Your hard drive. Is you know that that's not on the drive. That's in a non volatile memory. It's called the firmware the computer. So you can get that far. But you can't get windows to boot up and that probably now, here's the there's a variety of things that could be wrong. The hard drive could be completely dead that A database gone all of that. Or let's say it's not let's hope it's not you didn't make a backup. Did you have this vital database? Did you know not really? Okay. All right. Real old. Yeah. Yeah. That was so so but with any luck it did what most drives do most drive just blown die. Most Dr start to fail over time..

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"ston" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KOMO

"Are in our ten million dollar facility broadcasting to the world Perry. Ston my guests. If you've ever read MSN autos Perry is the guy that is one of the forces behind all of that information that you read there. How many years you've been doing this something around twenty years or so it seems like forever when you and I started we didn't have gray headed we? Yeah. Probably not. Seen pitches of a young Perry's. Yeah, that's for a long time ago. So we both were in Seattle at Cadillac cho- Seattle. Interesting choice of city to launch the x t four which is smallest SUV today. Eight so let's get back to the x t four stylish. What did what did you know? That was nice about the vehicle that you thought was Stella that pushed it ahead of its competition. I think it looks good on the road. It's kind of low and wide as it happened on our drive. We passed a Lexus another one in that same classic vehicle, and it looked much wider and lower than that Lexus that made it look a little more aggressive. It made it look more fun more like something. Someone would want to drive the wider, the vehicle is the more aggressive and more sort of sporty. It seems exactly and if you have a tall fin vehicle almost seems Topley gangly is the word that always comes to mind. It doesn't like Ryan. He's out of the studio now. So we can't even defend themselves. I think the the headlights especially they're tall and narrow which is kind of that same Cadillac, look, but it helps increase the with at least the styling of the car materials seem to be typical Cadillac. Yeah. They were pretty high quality a lot of plastic in the doors. And there was some spots. That's didn't quite seem premium to me. But for the most part, I mean seats are very comfortable in front, nice, leather, etc. And we should mention that it has one of my favorite features which was first introduced into Cadillac, which is the vibrating seat the seat massagers. Yes. The one that tells you that. Yes. The vibrating seat warning the seat beside you that means you're driving over the lines in the road. That's why the seat is vibrating. Exactly, I'm trying to get comfortable. So I just keep going over the line. I just did it because it was fun. The interesting thing though, I've noticed with the seat vibrating. It also vibrates win at noticed a bicyclist on the side of the road. Right. So it actually detects a pedestrian and not only does it have an indication in the windshield. It it has an indication in your rear had the heads up display was kind of cool let you know about cyclists, which one of the thing is when you have a group of cyclists as you may do in Portland or Seattle if you were driving to work does that c- vibrate for every cyclist. Fun. If you live in the northwest of the United States, he might be a little bit disheartened with the amount of vibration that goes on in your seat, perhaps it overwhelms the system. I don't know gaggle of cyclists, you know, you'll appear in your heads up display. It's a good warning though. Because one of the things the other day, some cyclists we're getting a little angry with me hit a pothole and sort of wandered into their lane. But close, and they started shouting at me and everyone else in the car is like, hey, that's kinda rude. And I said not really because they're trying to let me know that they're they're not being aggressive that you're saying, hey, guys, by the way closed speak. Apple, it's not anger. It's like, you know, fear. They liked to keep their bodies in the same condition as they started the writing that's Michael every day. I get up the the one thing I do find impressive about the new Cadillac. XT four is the they have a near fueled communication device in it. So you can actually just tap your cell phone onto appear place in the car, and it will do all is near field communication pairing. And all that sort of thing, which I think is kind of cool because a lotta times pairing a phone to a car is painful, and then they disconnect, and then, you know, it's nice about a it on the car and have to do that it. It is nice to do that. It also has a very convenient place for wireless charging. So you can slide your phone and under the center console, and it just charges sitting there, which is really convenient. All right Perry stood on the show. You may have read him on MSN dot com. He does the order segments.

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Polish mayor stabbed on stage during charity event

All Of It

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Polish mayor stabbed on stage during charity event

"Footage on the internet of this this tragic stabby this flares going off of loud music, thousands of people at the stage watching this sort of hit listening to the music, and you see a man when across the stage, and it's something appears like he attacks somebody on the far side of the stage. And then the next thing you see this man walking across the stage back and forth with his arms raised up in the air. And then he grabs hold of a microphone, and you hear him say my name is Stefan. I was imprisoned is an innocent, man and civic platform the the governing party. The lead the previous government, which the mayor used to be a member of that party. He said, they tortured me, and that's why Adamovich has died. He's this is what he says on the microphone the mayor was taken to hospital after being sister at the scene and he's been operated on. But it's believed that his condition is still critical Mr. which has been the mayor of Gdansk for more than twenty years. So he's a very well known political figure he is indeed this stopping has shocked pollen he's been reelected. I think four times. This stabbing is really condemned by everybody and Donald tusk who led the government said the governing party which the map Mr. damage was a member of has tweeted also his supportive of Mr Obama vision saying that everybody's praying for him to pull through we've all heard or seen that there have been lots of tensions. In Poland in recent years is this in any way or potentially related to that. Well, at this stage, we can't draw any firm conclusions. And as you say there is very pronounced polarization in polish politics said the tone of debate, sometimes is is not very respectful, and I'm sure this is what people will be talking about in the coming days, whether this political fighting disrespect between this sort of civic platform, and they've and the governing Lord Justice party over the last decade may have contributed to submit the extreme emotions that people feel about those political parties whether there for the more against the enemy Ston crunch time is living again for the British Prime Minister Theresa may enter efforts to win parliamentary approval of her deal for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union on Tuesday, MP's will decide the fate of her plan. Here's a political correspondent. Vicky young Theresa May's last ditch attempt to persuade the comments tobacco deal is direct message to Brexit backing

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Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 Cast List: Anthony Scaramucci, Joey Lawrence, Dina Lohan and More

Rob Has a Podcast

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 Cast List: Anthony Scaramucci, Joey Lawrence, Dina Lohan and More

"Dina lo Han will be in the celebrity big brother house v. Former White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci will be in the house. We have Tamar a Barack Ston ho co host of the real and sister of Toni Braxton is going to be in the house. We have actor Jonathan Bennett and former co star of Lindsay Lohan and comedian Tom green is also going to be in the big brother cast Taryn those who your twelve names. Yes. I've got to say, I I'm not a celebrity person in general. But I feel like I did recognize maybe a little bit more from this cast than I did the previous one. And I like what I see. Okay. All right. So Taryn,

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"ston" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ston" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Hi, there us doing a little bit of stone clearing where this is one of the more minded cans that I've created are you not watching the storm kind put costs that will never be on video. It must remain secret. This is just a tiny little corner of the field on cleaner playing icon. Tell you how much big cities if you like stone criminal interested in taking it up. Then why not check out rich Tang? Which is a new podcast on itunes and also British comedy guide. But this is the square podcast and. This week's guests are the fingers on the buzzer podcast is a podcast clash, and it's very good one. After last week's introduction. It's difficult for me to. Top as net, which celebrity guests will have waned for me in this Harvard. Well, think you'll going to be very excited be who we can movie wolf e from the some Richard herring forecast. What a celebrity aspect. Dave Gorman and his gorgeous life, isn't it miles better. Anyway, if you cuss you have just come see them live. We're back to square feet and from the fourth of February every Monday to the first of April that I approve the first post Brexit podcast. Of course, if London is still standing that sage I'm also around the country. I mean Wolverhampton Bill Ston on the first February. Fath-? I think is the fifteenth of February. There's a few of have sold out. I think they'll be an additional gig in Brighton that hasn't been added as I speak for hopefully will be soon it six o'clock. The town Mark him breath. Remove this walking on his another dog. Walker? Coming company has to be quick, Richard tearing dot com slash geeks. To get all the info on that. And see the dog will coming in the distance. If you know if you listen to this on anyway, I'll I'll have have to to pretend. pretend I'm not clear because movie coming down in what how you doing the show by ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the less described it as well command who is still drunk on last week's one beer, it's rigid..

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"ston" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ston" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Hi, there us doing a little bit of stone clearing where this is one of the more minded cans that I've created are you not watching the storm kind put costs that will never be on video. It must remain secret. This is just a tiny little corner of the field on cleaner playing icon. Tell you how much big cities if you like stone criminal interested in taking it up. Then why not check out rich Tang? Which is a new podcast on itunes and also British comedy guide. But this is the square podcast and. This week's guests are the fingers on the buzzer podcast is a podcast clash, and it's very good one. After last week's introduction. It's difficult for me to. Top as net, which celebrity guests will have waned for me in this Harvard. Well, think you'll going to be very excited be who we can movie wolf e from the some Richard herring forecast. What a celebrity aspect. Dave Gorman and his gorgeous life, isn't it miles better. Anyway, if you cuss you have just come see them live. We're back to square feet and from the fourth of February every Monday to the first of April that I approve the first post Brexit podcast. Of course, if London is still standing that sage I'm also around the country. I mean Wolverhampton Bill Ston on the first February. Fath-? I think is the fifteenth of February. There's a few of have sold out. I think they'll be an additional gig in Brighton that hasn't been added as I speak for hopefully will be soon it six o'clock. The town Mark him breath. Remove this walking on his another dog. Walker? Coming company has to be quick, Richard tearing dot com slash geeks. To get all the info on that. And see the dog will coming in the distance. If you know if you listen to this on anyway, I'll I'll have have to to pretend. pretend I'm not clear because movie coming down in what how you doing the show by ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the less described it as well command who is still drunk on last week's one beer, it's rigid..

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"ston" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Just looks good. Yeah. It's it's just a nice gesture Jennifer Ston democrat Virginia while is typically typically a day of celebration for my new colleagues in me, at least eight hundred thousand federal employees, federal contractors are still a financial do the government shutdown, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So she's not taking her pay. So it's interesting because as many as okay, listen to this. So while it's only did I say, it's forty eight members of congress here. Here's the hypocrisy. In Washington DC, forty eight members of congress said we're not taking our paycheck. Listen to this. You ready to hundred forty eight made public statements. Saying that I'm not gonna take my paycheck. If we go into a shutout not gonna two hundred forty eight made public statements saying they wouldn't take the check only forty eight or following through with it. Pretty typical. Yeah. One thing do another toe. By the way. Let me see what if these guys make one hundred seventy four thousand annually plsy two twenty three five because she's the speaker does Pelosi take that money. I hope not. I mean, really she should she should be giving that money back to the treasury. She she has she's one of the wealthiest woman in the world come on. Is she she can't be taking that seriously to twenty three. Oh my gosh. Does she I need to know? Why reminds you know? Okay. So we have we got the jet blue lady that went nuts. We got the jet blue lady that went nuts. And then did you tell me also you have other Gavin Newsom audio because he gave his big? Yeah. I'm the new king speech. I love how he outlined yesterday. All the problems with California, you know, the stagnant wages the high cost of living the homeless issue that should keep all of us up at night. Oh, doesn't find a responsibility for aiding those issues, you know, it's interesting because. Yes, Democrats run this city, San Francisco, the city, San Jose, this city, Oakland, the city any city in the bay area. Democrats run the city's top to bottom they run our state top to bottom and look at all the problems we have. So here's.

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"ston" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"ston" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR news. Bruce tells you want to need to see what you can most definitely skip at the theater this week. It's Bruce St James. And with me is scale bass who happens to not only be filling in for Pamela. But she's also the president the Queen the benevolent ruler of the Phoenix film. Critics society, I work for gale in that sense. And I thought it was a great opportunity, especially because you were in here. We're into January. I know everybody this last week in several of us from around here. Your best movies of two thousand eighteen we were both tasked with a top three list. We did not share our top three list. Right. And we both cheated and put four movies on it. Yeah. I made I made the third guy 'cause I didn't wanna I didn't wanna limit. It had three a and three b when I wrote I had Thai. So I want you to run down your biggest movies. The must see movies for people of two thousand eighteen according to go back by must see movies coming in at number three and tied for third place. American animals, and if Beale street could talk American animals was amazing amazing. And I mean, it's part. Documentary part acted out. But it's it's so it's all very, but it's just a great move. I loved on a crime a crime of the century. Just bizarre. Yeah. Absolutely. That's all I want to say, you can watch it on Netflix or whatever. And I read it. Okay. I can recommend that. If you're the kind of person that says, I don't get it don't watch this one. But if you're one of those movies who like things that are a little quirky. And this is the movie for you to watch the other one if Bill street could talk just getting a lot of Oscar buzz, this this is by the director who also did widows. He also did twelve years a slave which won an Oscar. This is a wonderful film based on a link. Ston Hughes store guy, and I think people should see that. And Regina king will get an Oscar nomination for her portrayal in that my number two the favourite. This is a bunch of women acting. Very very well. Yeah. This is it is it's visually an amazing visually the costumes are fantastic. And I think Rachel vise was terrific and your number one moves. Guy called doctor. He's looking for a driver you interested. I am not a medical doctor a musician. I'm about embark on concert tour, the deep south. Skinny issues and working for blackmail, you and a deep south problems. The green book. Yeah. You're number one movie. Excellent. Excellent. Yeah. It is excellent. And somebody a little bird told me that you thought it was the an interpretation by white people of what it was like back, then to a certain extent. But I would say that I think that the movie itself doesn't break new ground. It's not a four the example of that John. It is one of the best versions I quickly mine. I came in at three be a movie called leave. No trace. That I thought was was missed by a lot of people. And I think is a must see about a vet. And it's just not your typical story a guy that just doesn't fit in with society. There's nothing wrong with him. There's nothing bad about him. It's it doesn't go down all the familiar paths. It just really deals with it might number three was the favourite which I put in there. And I I agree. My number two movie, though, we also wanted the one of the one of the most popular movies.

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Bone Building Needs Bit of Breakdown First

60-Second Science

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Bone Building Needs Bit of Breakdown First

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin. Exercise builds muscle, but it also strengthens bones. Exactly how exercise boosts bone strength is a matter of debate and a subject of scientific scrutiny. Now, a new study in mice shows how a hormone secreted by active muscle cells triggers, bone remodeling, physical activity stimulates the release of multiple molecules from skeletal muscle take Iran, for example, this hormone named after the Greek messenger. Goddess iris is produced by running rodents and by us humans when we do high intensity Arabic training once it's generated iris and improves bone density and strength to find out how Bruce Spiegelman and his colleagues at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School took cultured bone cells and located the receptor to which Iran binds, this receptor protein is particularly abundant on cells called osteo sites. These cells of the master regulator of. Bone remodeling and the most abundant cell type in bone. What we found interesting in. This paper is the magnitude of the effects, we get in terms of iris and acting to stimulate osteo sites and preventing their death in culture. Also their ability to make a key protein sclera Sten under the stimulation of iris scores. Ten is a protein that actually stimulates the breakdown of bone that Iran, which builds bone would promote the production of sclera Ston which destroys it may seem counterintuitive but Spielman says that this bit of bone breakdown that signals the body to engage in some skeletal renovation the results appear in the journal cell boning up on the actions of Irishman could help us work out. How we can derive the most from our workouts and possibly keep our bones dense enough to keep us dancing in our dotage. And the new work identifying the receptor. Also allows us to really a much more easily identify. What are other target cell types for IRA Sinn with particular reference to neural cell types, where there is suggestive evidence by us and others that iris in may play a neuro protective effect in disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and a LS? Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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How to maximize the value of flexible spending accounts

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:06 min | 3 years ago

How to maximize the value of flexible spending accounts

"Deadlines transaction you might wanna make for tax purposes for one thing also healthcare specifically something called flexible spending accounts, your company sets aside chunkier paycheck before taxes are taken out, and then you can use that money to pay certain medical expenses singer spending pretax dollars its way to get a bit more healthcare for your money. But FSA's were also kind of a gamble, right? Because if you don't use the money to set aside, you lose it. So with an eye firmly on the healthcare calendar. Marketplace's refinish your explains how FSA's came to be the way they are today. Maybe around this time of year, you are checking your flexible spending account, and maybe you are like first time user Celeste Smith. I had not used any my FSA up until December someone randomly mentioned it, and so she checked her balance with flexible spending account, you can sometimes carry over five hundred dollars into the next year. But for the most part if you don't use it, you'll lose it. I. Look this morning Saudi amount of money that I had in there as in all of it eight hundred dollars and within two hours. I had booked and attended a doctor appointment I have an appointment with a frames specialist later today. And then call you end up going and going out what other little things like sunscreen, and you know, what over the counter medication. Can I get with that critics of FSA's point out that you have for people who have thousands of dollars that they haven't used in December it often leads to a spike and unnecessary medical care expenditures. Rick Linquist is co author of the end of employer provided health insurance around eight percent of people leave money in their FSA's on average about one hundred and seventy two dollars their actual online stores whose sole purpose is to find ways to get people to spend their remaining money at the end of the year. So what will happen to the money? If you do not spend it what happens is it goes back to your lawyer. Paul front Ston is with the employee benefit research institute, it's to keep and they can use offset any losses, and there are losses because when you sign up for an essay, and you tell your employer to take out like twelve hundred dollars from your paycheck over the year. The employer has to make all that available on day. One of the new year before a cent has actually been taken out of your paycheck. I could say good Lasix surgery on January second Smith received on January third. Get reimbursed on the forfeit quit my job on fifth if that happens employers out, while dollars leftover money can also be used to pay for the administration of the plan. But why are there all these rules around FSA's at all what survives today is not logical because it wasn't really designed to exist. The way at now exists Dallas Salisbury is president of the long term care quality alliance. He's been in the benefits industry for almost five decades. He says FSA's started in the late. Seventies. Because a group of major employers in the country wanted to get out of paying for all of their employees health insurance the revenue act of nineteen seventy eight was passed allowing this to happen. The idea was at the time if you give people FSA's they would choose high deductible insurance plans that were cheaper for their employers in hindsight that package proved unsuccessful employees ended up demanding that employers pay most of their health insurance costs. They took the tax deductible FSA's and the government became concerned. It was losing too much tax revenue on these early FSA's. Congress came up with the use it or lose it rule in eighty six. It was purposefully put there to annoy and to limit use the IRS made rules about what expenses qualify in what don't care at it. Even more rules. You have to keep receipts fill out annoying forms. But all these years later, there is still an entire industry around using up FSA money and administering FFA. Plans and Americans are still saving money by using them. They put at least forty billion dollars into essays each year in New York. I'm sure from workplace.

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