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"tereza" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Then if there's no baggage from the previous films no and yet it fails. yeah so. This film managed to juggle all of those Bowls in the air Which we weren't talking about now grand spoil the section but it sticks that landing certainly Doesn't drop any of the bowls eve. It gives them will nice little homes a pays everything off. I think ties everything up relatively well. I mean finales in history a hard to do tv Film sagas Look at the hobbit films. Lost one is absolute trash asia but the last one is absolutely terrible is really hard to stick that landing and satisfy everyone think that side of things. This film does that. Yeah and it does it in a way where it doesn't feel messy because a lot of these can't feel really sloppy. The one thing was. I'll say i'm not going to give any details regarding the villain other than to say. I thought he worked for the movie but he was a little underwhelming in comparison to what's come before but on the flip side i would say blofeld I walked out of specter being like okay. I love christoph waltz. I mean he's an amazing actor when he's really honed in on his material ineffective they were under serving him here. I felt like they actually delivered. A blow failed who hit the heights. I always hoped with for that character. When you look at the history of blow feld. And i mean pre waltz blow always kind of a disappointment. They built him up a lot. And you kinda don't get a lot of payoff to him. You know what. I mean other now. Donald pleasants trying to kill a cat is voice fun but they build them up there and they just kind of sneaks on the go kart or whatever and you're like okay welfare dot gov shows up in on her majesty's kills tereza bond and then we get diamonds are forever where he's like clothing himself and being really goofy. It's like you never get full satisfaction regarding blofeld in. I think this will be correct. That finally i will also say the charles gray in full drag gives me full satisfaction to me too. Well yeah that's why.
"tereza" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"And how did the low income side of it add to that. Then so what we saw was that there was risk factors associated with these social and psychological. I comes and risk factors tended to be those who are female. Perhaps those who are unemployed from allure economic background so we need to take into context that these international studies and these are trains that we were seeing and the reason the trends that we experienced weakness for this was that there was fear on for a lot of people. The fear of colbert actually was weighing the fear. Cancer which is itself significant thing. And there's a couple different reasons for that. You know it could be done to help literacy but also if we think about the areas that are most affected geographically there could be issues around how healthcare services were being organized in those countries the genuine economic environment if you think about people perhaps who reliance using public transport get to their appointments if these public transport or wasn't depending the more you depend on services The more you seem to have have suffered here bringing roberto hogan at this stage. The vice chair of lynch syndrome note versa. Forgive me i understand. That lynch syndrome is a form of cancer. But maybe it extend at more for me. Good morning thanks. So much for having me on the show. It's wanted scan. Angie tereza awareness albany syndrome. I think is very timely. Considering that everyone is very focused on health and especially cancer services at the moment lynch syndrome a form of cancer in its death its genetic predisposition that gives you a higher risk of Many types of cancer much younger gauges for generally seen in the allegation gene for breast cancer. Would it be like that. we've Cash great although i believe mentioned there was actually more common number aca even though most people have never heard of it. And so if you weren't mentioned during your each of your children your siblings fifty of also having it so you have a condition has the chance to create of highest or counselors not just in bed individuals but also in their wider family. So i think it shows that people wake lynch syndrome mbacke and other mutations that give a higher predispositions chevelle counselor. Disproportionately affected joined mc regarding school but service was when we think of cancer screening. I think everyone was aware they heard that she don't endoscopy. What's going ahead was no colonoscopy. Very limited serves isn't a lot of cancer care areas during. Would you have to get regularly. Check snow to see that. Something isn't developing the case where probably get cycled gears am i. I have a condition on a syndrome. It's kind of along the same categories and so just like engineer aiba. Very high risk management value. Answer in iraq wire and regular screen and so every twelve months sometimes twice a year. I have to have.
"tereza" Discussed on Never Seen It
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"tereza" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Unvaccinated who sneeze and cough without covering their mouth. It's all about lockdown abacus. On joining me now is tereza. We'll makola media saturday's trae. Sorry is the only yet okay. So we're about apology surf. So it's transpose trays. What do you do if you're in a situation like that if if somebody's coming into your house and third nausea vaccination to the refusing to wear a mask. How do you approach this whole issue. Well you just really the way to approach it is spain's your concerns. And your concern comes from compassion. You're trying to protect yourself. Maybe your parents or family member. Who's a high risk. You could also suggest that you actually outside in the garden or somewhere outside. You know in a park or wherever for coffee onishi race. Somebody just brought to my attention the other day that somebody turned her house and they weren't wearing them off and they said we prefer he would wear and ask. Yeah oh okay They said well no. I don't want to read the mask and basically whatever salary account and actually because that's just the way we feel and they said we'd like to you know i've liked me with you. I have coffee with you in the local park. So don't be hold. The friend turns up. Guess while she was wearing a mask. Okay but what do you do if it's a situation where you ask somebody to wear a mask and they become offended by the request. Well it's just they have to understand. It's all in the tone that you to you know like i'm really sorry. I know you obviously feel differently about this. But the best thing is we agree to differ on us. You know and stuff. And i would love to have you but unfortunately because of the pounds and make contact and that's just to you know explain to understand because if you use proper ask sold stools respecting other people thinking comfortable honesty..
"tereza" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Miami season on the line they turn to Cover reason out the butler on the three he'll drive and kick to the corner Arreaza for three Good Miami with a 10 6 lead. Finally, a reason can knock down a 3 to 12. Prior to that, in the Syriza's Mariza has it on top will rise from three and he'll cut act, Trevor Miami up 15 10. Sorry, double the threes He's made in the first three games for the couple here this afternoon, he would have 33 pointers in the opening quarter. He would have 11 in the first quarter from Miami, and the heat would have a 26 22 lead. Meanwhile, in the second weekly, Down floor hero stops on a dime drains the three And the heat now have a 58 46 lead their biggest of Game four. Anyone have 73 pointers in that first half with the Miami Is the third quarter and the run that did not stop. God has stopped in the high post between the legs dribble against Tereza array of moves in the lane, passing out on top to Middle Kendall Square for three and I'll make it Chris Middleton, his first three of the afternoon. Lucky's only down four. It would be the beginning of the run testy. Johannes, who stopped out of the left wing finds Middleton, who launches a three and connects and Chris Middleton has put the Bucks in front. 72 68. He's got 14. In the end, it would be a 24 to 4 start to the quarter, not a stops on the three point line. Bam says. Go ahead and shoot it. I'm dropping off. John has thought about it Didn't now he's got hero defensively. Spins passes the Forbes. His three is good for in Forbes, five triples off the Milwaukee bench, and the Bucks of completely flipped the script in Game four. Now leading by seven. They were once down. 12 led by seven. There's the holiday whips it quickly. The left side, Middleton rises from 15 and banks at home. Chris Middleton, leading the third quarter charge for Milwaukee's up to 18. The lead is 11. He would have 12 in the quarter by himself. 12 seconds to go in the quarter holiday makes a run stops on a dime and puts it up from 20 and drills. It Looks 91 Miami 82 34 21 the box and outscore the Miami heat in that third quarter from the stretch from 9 45 4 45 o'clock over a five minute stretch, Miami gets outscored 24 to 4 the box go H for 10 for the floor, including perfect three for three from beyond the arc the he couldn't hit water if they fell out of a boat.
"tereza" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Austin 5 90 A M and K 259 a. J. Austen 99.7 of them. 20 straight days of 100,000 Cove in cases I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Another 142,000 reported yesterday. Across the U. S. It's now more than three million new coronavirus cases this month alone when we're in a very, very difficult situation, White House Task force Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation. He wants people who oppose mask mandates and covert restrictions to just look at the numbers. Look at the facts. Staring us right in the face. So there is a third vaccine that may also be coming soon Developed in Britain, where Fox is Simon, No one is live. Dave European drug maker AstraZeneca says it's Corona virus vaccine appears to be up to 90% effective The U. S has already pre ordered the shot, which is a partnership with Oxford University, gotten to the stage that my I don't think my Children recognize me anymore. Oxford researcher Tereza Lamb says it's bean. An intense project is what we need to do. Hopefully help us get out of the pandemic. The Oxford vaccine joins others from Fizer and Madonna in the U. S in reporting encouraging early results from large scale trials. It now needs approval from regulators. Dave So when President Trump against wouldn't last night, he will win. Again, claiming they were fake ballots and poll watchers were stopped as his campaign case fighting in court and Democrats keep saying there's no evidence of widespread fraud and President elect Biden is moving forward building his administration set to announce his first Cabinet.
"tereza" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"7 90 High hard radio station. 20 straight days of 100,000 covert cases. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Another 142,000 reported yesterday. Across the U. S. It's now more than three million new coronavirus cases this month alone when we're in a very, very difficult situation, White House Task force Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation. He wants people who oppose mask mandates and covert restrictions to just look at the numbers. Look at the facts. Staring us right in the face. So there is a third vaccine that may also be coming soon Developed in Britain, where Fox is Simon, No one is live European drug maker AstraZeneca says it's Corona virus vaccine appears to be up to 90% effective The U. S has already pre ordered the shot, which is a partnership with Oxford University into the stage that my I don't think my Children recognize me anymore, Oxford researcher Tereza Lamb says. It's been an intense project what we need to do. Hopefully help us get out of the pandemic. The Oxford vaccine joins others from Fizer and Madonna in the U. S in reporting encouraging early results from large scale trials. It now needs approval from regulators. Dave So when President Trump against wouldn't last night, he will win. Again, claiming they were fake ballots and poll watchers were stopped as his campaign keeps fighting in court. And Democrats keep saying there's no evidence of widespread fraud and President elect Biden is moving forward building his administration set to announce his first Cabinet picks on Tuesday. The biggest position such as Secretary of Treasury and defense are still up for grabs. But the Associated Press is reporting Antony Blinken is set to become secretary of state. Blinken was a national security advisor during the Obama administration is actually Stromeyer two. People are dead after a knife attack last night at the Baptist Church in San Jose, California, which had let homeless people come inside to get shelter from cold weather. Police say there are multiple stabbing injuries as well and conflicting reports on whether a suspect is in custody. America's listening to Fox News. This holiday season..
"tereza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now you're getting the combination the payment you always wanted, but that interest rate on that shorter term loan, but they've placed it on the 360 month term. So I love it's the perfect storm is the perfect combination. There's really nobody saying no right now trees. There's no sales skills involved at all. It's really just conversations, making sure that it makes sense. That's placing the customer in a better position. Now in years to come, people are winning big. Not hard. Forget you guys to call him when the rates 2.25% within a PR of 2.27. Still, no lender fees still closings and those round about 15 Day Mark And then I also like the fact that if we're wrong, and if the market continues to go down, just calls right back, you just have to make six payments will drop the rate. We have a quarter percent rate drop policy at no cost to have a 60.375 drop and just charging title in escrow. There's different that tangible benefit policies that we have for existing customers. Here's the number 855 on radio. That's 855 on radio, and I just want to add from a personal standpoint that you don't even have to try. Like this and call network capital because I did to riff eyes during this pandemic and investment property in my home and I got a call from network capital telling me I could save. I think it ended up to be about another $10,000 and doing my to revise. I saved enough. Let's just you like to say for what kind of car did we decide? We were talking a Bentley like for you family. I mean, it's a lot of shares of Amazon. It's a Bentley. I mean, we could go on and on with the cold things you could have purchased with that savings that you got off two loans, Tereza. But suffice to say or, you know a Navy league education for one of my two boys. I'll let them flip a coin. Whatever the other one could go to Junior college. It's fine, but I wanted to say that I did get big, big savings doing those because of course, these are the lowest rates in history and then A few weeks ago, I got a call. And of course, I use my married name. So no, be a network Capital knows it's the Theresa from the radio show. So I just got you know that the same treatment that any of our collars would They call into 855 on radio and they said, Hey, we can redo.
"tereza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Will stand up at the terror in each sip, and in each sup, will you partake of that last offered cup disappear into the Potter's ground. It is one Jesus Christ Show I am your holy host Having to be with you this Sunday as I'm with you every single Sunday right here answering your questions and talk about the things that truly matter in life. And the afterlife. I encourage to be bold and brave and go to the phone with your theology question or life situation question anywhere in the US of a daily 105 to 01534 It's 805 to 01534 I will tell you this. It is a busy busy called morning. So if it's busy, just know that every time we end the call That gives freeze up. A phone line. So understanding and reading the room. And letting people speak. There's just some things you don't have to question. And it's an excuse to not Activate You don't have to sit there. In Nazi Germany and go well does Does this Hitler guy have a point? No, there's no questions to be asked. You should understand inherently as a person of faith in a person of reason. When there is time to move. You can. There's an old saying. That You could be paralyzed. By asking too many questions. And you get to the point where You are analyzing. So much. That you're using as an excuse to not do. And in that case, yeah. You're in a bad place, brother. You are in a very bad place. But if you're asking questions to learn like we talked about earlier if you're asking questions to be empathetic To learn about the situation. That's great. But if you're if you're doing it as an excuse to not hear about someone else's experience or understanding Then you're going to be at a loss. You already know your experience. You already know your experience with law enforcement. Your experience with the government you're experienced with all these things. You already know yours. So unless you're asking questions about theirs, to understand them and not train and trap them. Then it's disingenuous. You're not. You're not doing anything except trying to stir things up or push your own opinion. That's that's not that's not learning. And when somebody's speaking loudly. There are the types that just want to lock their child in the room. And there are the types that sit down with them and say you're obviously very upset and I want to know why. Ask yourself which one you are. Barbara, Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. Hi. Thank you. How are you? I am quite well. And you Oh, the same. I live in a rural area in Southern California. It's gorgeous in the direction we really Yeah. Yeah, and I got out of Orange County just in time I was going to do Well, I bet that you have found your peace. Sort of sort of, Yes. Well, it has both. I guess. Theology and and life questions. Uh, so I Ah, I'm half Japanese and then Scotch, Irish and Bohemian. And so my mom was very submissive to my father. And so we were raised Catholic, our entire lives and ah, and you know, I just I did all the sacraments. I did. Everything went to church every Sunday. And finally, you know, when you're 17 you're rebellious and said, You know, I'm not doing this anymore. And so Dad says, Well, you've got to go to church. If you live in my house, otherwise get out. And so 17 year old Barb says. Well, looks like I'm getting now. So you know, I was talking to my mom and I'm like, Mom. How are you believing this, and she goes. Oh, Barbara. I know believe I just do it because it makes your dad happy. And so at that point I I left home, went to college and separated from the Catholic Church for about 40 years. Never lost my faith. And when I was in college, I met a wonderful girl and she was my roommate for three separate times, and she became a born again Christian. And her belief is that the only way to God is through Jesus Christ. And I guess my question is Christianity versus spirituality, and I just can't believe My God is a just God, my goddess friendly her. God, is this ferocious lion burning God and and we just We just see different points of views. When our son was five, her son was bawling and I'll let Josh what's wrong. And he says, My mom says you're going to burn in hell. Because you don't believe in Jesus Christ or no, No, because you don't believe that Jesus Christ is the on ly way. To God s o. I do believe in a higher being. I have a ton of faith. Spirituality. Nature is definitely you know my my release from the world. I have tons of animals. That's that's really what I'm about. And so I guess my question is belief in Christ versus spirituality. And what are your thoughts? I just I just can't believe a just God would Ah would forget more than half of the world. And I don't know There's you know billions of Chinese people. They got to be doing something right, too. Well, let's let's look at a couple of things. First of all. Let's point out the obvious You call the show. The name of the show is the Jesus Christ Show, So the perspective you're going to get here is mainstream. Christian beliefs, and I want that said, because, of course that's going to tie into the answer, so it's not like it's completely unbiased. But let's look at a couple of things to find spirituality to me. What does that mean? Belief, strong faith in a higher being. Okay? So what? What does that do? So for me, it gets you into the afterlife. And ah and also You live forever. Okay, so that's kind of a path. It's like a ticket in sort of I guess. Yeah, belief in a higher being Okay, so let's look at that inn in rial everyday terms. Do you? Hunger physically for food. No, I actually hardly eat. I don't but you have to eat to live. Right? So you do eat. I do eat. Even if it's twigs and Berries, you're eating something. Today. Today, my fiance gives me a burrito and egg and Tereza burrito and I go home. I can't eat it right now. I don't normally I I kind of fast until about 11 or so. And let's drink. Let's switch things up here for a second. As a matter of fact, I'm gonna tell you because I'm enjoying our conversation. And I and I don't want to give it the time it deserves. Why don't you hang tight? We'll take a quick break, and then we come back. We'll talk some more. How's that? Perfect. That's own straight. Thank you Hang tight..
"tereza" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"To the church said, Hey, my daughter's positive along with several of her friends. I are you guys gonna send another notification out to the community and the answer Comeback was note. And I reached out to the head of the camp. A keystone. He was like what you make you send your kid to camp? An enforcer to sender like No, You did it, but We were really hoping that you would have taken the necessary precautions to make sure she was saying Teo. She makes my skin crawl. Does your daughter like any personal responsibility, too? You have any before would take your call in this because Oh, my gosh. We have Chet in color on hold. Who sent his daughter to that same camp. And you know what? I don't know. And don't tell me I love not knowing until we go on the air. Some Something's whether Chad and colors going, Tio covert shame the church or go after the mom. Oh, who knows? Quickly. Tereza in Dallas also was we had a nice little debate about this, but then she also was, like, quit making fun of this mom and having you know this girl and all this kind of stuff. Really and mostly making fun of mom. And so, Theresa real quickly before we go to our next call, making sure we stay on the issues because you're a little bit Perturbed at me for picking on this, mom. But there you are. Ah, you're Um, my again like, Wait a minute. You're Carrie. I feel like Carrie in the movie ever is laughing at me Every little house you were laughing at me carry you ever see that movie? I just have, uh Okay. Um, listen, thiss. If she annoys me. I'm not gonna hide that The woman annoys me. If the woman if I believe she's virtue, signaling by wearing a cross in the interview I'm going to say that I'm not gonna hide that if I believe the woman just guessing and I said I was guessing I don't know. But just by the way, she's acting attacking the church probably doesn't go to it, but uses it for the camp. Makes me even more like I'll get the heck out of here, you clown, So I'm going to be honest, So that is part of story to me and you'll find I like it, and that's fine for you to go after a little bit like that got fine, but I'm not going to hold back and pretend like This woman is a legitimate here. This woman is telling you, you know, that would be like given thie the Portland. Ah, Marxist antifa thugs legitimacy and talking about them A serious You know it, you know, so I'm just I'm just just not Hide how I feel about the way she's coming across to me. And and I never said that. I thought you had to hide it. I just said that I thought there were ways Tio promote your argument and your opinion without bullying on top of it, And I'm not going. I'm not, boy. Hey, Whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm not bowling here any more than she's bullying the church. Exactly, But just because one person does something that's not right. Doesn't mean that anyone else sees a pile on and also be hold on. I am doing the same things I am doing. The Rush Limbaugh calls demonstrating the absurd by being absurd. I wonder if your outrage when rush touches and I do my job just yet. Reverend. Just Cassin Ass tree are Karen impersonation. This is what I do, and some people really don't like the way I do it. That's fine. I do appreciate your call and stop laughing at me because you're hurting me. Thank you for your call. Let's go to Chad and Keller, whose daughter went to the same camp. I don't know if she got the ronin, But here he is on w b A P. Hi chan. How are you, sir? Good evening. How are you, my friend. Good evening now. I don't know how this is going to go. This might go badly. You might go after meat..
"tereza" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Prayer list. And all this week for Cecilia. Tereza and Tony Albertina Espinosa Bar Nancy Thomas, Scalp Follow and Kirk For these. We pray to the Lord Almighty Father. Your son taught us to find you in the faces of those whom society has pushed to the margins. Guide us through the love you revealed to establish justice. You proclaim that all in our nation might dwell in harmony and peace united by that one love that binds us each to the other and to you Through Christ, Our Lord. Teo sued by this minute cleansed by the blood. There's a show on trusting his faithfully. God. Praise, please. Cartel mails. Ray's sister's pray, brothers, My sacrifice and yours be acceptable to God. The father Almighty. The Lord of self sacrifice that your hands are a little early church Receiving your mercy, Lord, the prayers of your servants Grant that being conformed more perfectly to your son. We may grow steadily and bearing witness to him as we share in the memorial of our redemption. Through Christ, Our Lord. The Lord be with you. Lift up.
Rio de Janeiro, Botafogo
"Rio de Janeiro is not known for its food. Bossa Nova Jaw dropping coastal views and a year-long party spirit is what the Brazilian city has come to be known for the southern rival of. Some Paolo is Brazil's culinary scene is taken seriously in part because that's one of the biggest selling points of the sprawling concrete jungle twelve million city residents. Brazilians will often tell you that the only thing to do in some Paolo is eat but one neighborhood in Rio is becoming a hot spot for new dining experiences offering something more refined ended up to date than the mountains of fried shellfish and basic beach. Snacks Botafogo is an area further up from the emblematic Panama. In Copacabana Strips towards the center of town a nondescript neighborhood famous for its football club than anything worth visiting. You go there to get your car teat pop into the dentist. Visit a great aunt who lives in one of the High Rise apartment blocks today on any given evening. The areas buzzing with young Cariocas Rio Residents. It all began around five years ago spurred by lower rent in the areas more favorable location. Botafogo is a halfway meeting point for the artsy crowd that live up in the hills of Laryngitis Santa Tereza and those who commute from Lebanon and Gavia. What stands out is that butter. Fogel has an experimental confidence that hasn't been seen in the city before with many establishments running a multitude of Functions Cafe Come Delhi Barton Gallery and Art Center. All in one space on offer is a clever mix of traditional hole in the wall bars or tackles that have moved away from selling generic mass produced bid to locally brewed Ales. Let's act alongside laid-back. Restaurants often disused car mechanic shops that have been revamped to offer fresh. Well presented dishes at affordable prices plus a few Michelin Stars topless thrown in restaurant. Last cy helmed by CHEF RAFAEL Costra. Silver is credited with really kicking off the gourmet seen in Botafogo. He's earned mission star since the place opened in two thousand fourteen and sources ingredients from his own garden as well as a plethora of nearby produces in grows. The menu is Brazilian but with a distinctly Basque flavor and lay out small plates. That stunningly presented cost spent several years in the Spanish part of the Basque country before returning to rear further along. The same street is market. You Come Tech. Customers cannot for their tasting menu as part of their dinner service. But there's plenty of space at the bar to just sample cocktail for simpler. Quick Bite. Resto bar KUNA has gained a reputation in Rio for its homemade hamburgers. The line regularly curves passed entrance with Pre Party. Goes opting them. Vegan inspired cats. You Burger all soft. Shell crab in a bomb order. Side of Deep Fried Mushrooms Croquettes said with generous dose of was sobbing mustard. They're delicious humid some nights in Rio plus dancing to their Afro House and Techno Dj sets calls for tip top soft drinks list to quench your thirst. Community subs traditional Matej their own in house. Fizzy drink and ZINGY NUTTAL. Jesus like lemon ginger and hibiscus. The founder Bruno Negron seems to be focusing on creating a culture around food in the area. He helps run a regular market locale community. Let's project gets independent for Jesus together. There's a miserable feeling among cariocas here of wanting to help the poor communities around them with sustainability and a great to social awareness. Shed by many. The onus international restaurants has taken note of the areas new buzz a successful haunt Lapuma over in Panama. Run by a French Jew. Went onto launch CANASTA. Rosenborg last year a wood burning. Fire UP ON TERRACE. Russell's up messy dishes like whole cauliflower drizzled with Sadiki that accompany that wind by the glass list crew is part english-owned a wine bar that specializes in natural and organic bottles
"tereza" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The proposed bell ACLU as some academics say ban on this technology would be better three tamale of the security industry association says that will go too far because the tech enhances public safety use long for the purposes of teleportation and human trafficking robberies thefts in Arcata except the state house Michael Simon's New Jersey one a one point five news time any jerseys first news five ten the mystery odor continues to baffle health and environmental officials in New Jersey Pennsylvania and Delaware started showing up weeks ago in the air around the Delaware River and communities in all three states described as some kind of fuel smell gasoline or oil or natural gas it's been coming and going residents are being encouraged to call nine one one if they smell it so investigators can trying to find the source but so far no luck don't however believe it's harmful when you've been drinking your judgment may not be the best so it went for two guys hanging out of the glam rock athletic club Friday please tell north Jersey dot com the two men got into a heated argument over snack foods specifically cheese balls staff had to step in when the argument escalated to a violent confrontation cops were called the guys were kicked out of the club but so far no criminal charges have been filed in Jersey lawmakers have spent a lot of time making school meals are more affordable for children starting off the new legislative session they're now taking a closer look at nutrition state senator Tereza Ruiz says as the garden state we should be doing a better job connecting our school lunch trays to the state's form rich industry students often times.
"tereza" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Now Democrats are also just completely delusional, and if we can play morning Joe one more time because just amazing this morning on morning, Joe. They, they acted like Donald Trump wants to be impeached so bad that they're not gonna give it to him because he wants it so bad. And because he wants it so bad. Because he wants this. We won't give it to him. He's in their words, quote desperate for Donald Trump is desperate for impeachment. This is how they're now changing this like, we, we, we, we've been yelling for two and a half years earned. Impeach trump. Now, we realized that we really don't have what it takes to impeach Trump. We don't have the numbers, we need to impeach Trump. So now what we an and now we have Pelosi sank she's praying for the president Xi, also trying to placate to the extreme left. Steve Cohen, nut jobs. AFC insane people by the president hits have engaged is engaged in a cover, but we're not gonna impeach him. Whatever the hell that means. Right. We're not going to impeach him. We're, we're, we're not. We're not going to impeach him. But we but we do believe that he's involved in a cover up. So morning. Joe says all right. We can spend this. We're not going to give him what he wants. That's how will spend this. You wanna get impeach. We won't impeach you. We don't have the votes. But that's how will spin it you want. Impeach. You want to be impeachable. Never impeach you. We're going to not impeach Trump because you want to be impeached. This is not a joke. Take a listen on morning Joe this morning. Production and Tereza.
"tereza" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Solace. Who's oh. For two with a walk coming up to the plate. Bilotta superlatives early in this game for the PawSox with the army two homers in an inex- standing out. He's got five RBI Brockhall restarted a rehab assignment tonight. Three base four times. I bitch. Breaking ball is inside on Brasilia's. Vaughn. Brock has walked three times as the designated hitter. And he also had an RBI single. Brock reached twice in the first inning alone. The one oh, so ain't gonna miss. He was up hacking at a high fastball. Ninety five on the radar gun past that Brazil has one at one. Co-rookies Hernandez has walked four times. There's one one pitch down in a way from bingoed ninety six miles an hour. The look up and now the box score. Just great great numbers. Mike Miller on bass four times mentioned Brock Holt for Resnais castio three RBI. It three RBI in the first two inex- Agami five runs batted the to pitch upside fastball on Adam zealous, three one. Monterey is on deck. Bostock's have not scored since the third inning, and they got a single run. But they still lead seventeen to four. Bottom of the night's toppy is three one high forty walked him Brasilia's walk. Stay lease goes to second to on one out for the Red Wings for the number nine hitter. Ronald tereza. The amount of visit here wants Centeno out Gus things with Domingo toppy. Tereza says grounded out to the left side of the field. All three times he's batted on this cold night. Twice to short wants the third. No for three and it's been a really rough season. As far as hit one sixteen. Ronald torres. Who's at a good career is a hitter is eight for sixty nine. I pitch by top crowded heart and fair inside the third base bag, and it kicks it a left veal to third base it being waived around his Tallis Travis fixed it up off the retaining wall on the other runner result stops at second. It's an RBI single Ronald Theresa's, and it's now seventeen to five with one out of the bottom of the night, the Redwings, get one more or. There's a nice swing poor terrain at that not kicked off that weird angle on the foul wall that could have been an extra it Sam Travis played the care. Very well. So I sent second one out the deficit cuts twelve and top of the order, Jake cave up there who's ill for four for speech. Swung on at 'bout softly towards third coming in his witty. He's got it. I I not in time cave beat it out Jansen witty was trying to charge. It took a little bit too much time though in cave works out an infield. Over the third base goes rosellas sick. It goes Ronald Torius. Four maybe just slight slight hesitation that cost Janssen way to getting the out there cave who had just been optioned for the big league twins. You wanted to get a hit. It didn't wanna know for tonight. Bases-loaded for Lamont Wade. Quaid is two for three with a walk ditch by Domingo's toppy off speed and it at the knees for strike one. Chance at a cricket number here in the home half of the ninth. Lamont. Wade batting left handed thread, enter toppy. Izzo one is in the dirt down at away blocked by Centeno one ball once right? Toronto has won the game that bladder mirror Guerrero junior made his major league debut in. Walk off home run at the bottom of the ninth inning by Brandon Drewery beat Oakland four to two. The one one good fastball called a strike to Wade one and two from Domingo's top. Parrot club of these Rochester Red Wings, the twins lead. The Orioles three nothing that gave only in the bottom of the sixth. Now, it's six to one in fact, bigger part pitches. Swung on and fouled. Back still wanted to on. Wade. So about six six one twins lead. The orioles. Of course, the Red Sox and Tampa Bay rays rained out they'll play a day-night doubleheader June. So that doubleheader not coming up this weekend that now abbreviated series. Bases-loaded the one to pitch swing and a miss struck him out foul tip. In fact, held onto by Centeno a nice breaking ball on top yet to set a ton of downward movement. Wade is gone. The second strikeout in the core. Bases loaded two out. And for the first time, we'll see the new third baseman will lean Rozario come up. Fourteen games this year hitting two fifty but he's got four home runs to power threat. Seventeen to five Pawtucket. Bottom nine toppy is pitch. Rosario swings. And loops it behind first base over goes into foul. Ground reaches out can't get it. Josh Kirby running that as fast as lakes with them. Going over the shoulder but unable to catch the foul. Ball strike one on row Saria. David price for the Red Sox tomorrow at game is at four zero five. The abbreviated two game series than for sale on Sunday. So they keep David price and Chris sale going back to back and can they get called up for Pawtucket. Josh Smith to start today will not. Basis loaded with Red Wings. Swung on line hard. But foul down the left field line for willing Rozario. That front and the PawSox are strike away for Mitnick this marathon. It's nothing to. Win would go to Ryan Weber. Would be his first in the Red Sox organization. Third is resolves to raise that second cave at first the pitch swing and a high fly foul right field side. It's going to be roosting giving it a look that up all Lance over all the foul, he'll grass berm here in Rochester. And it remains nothing to all the runners who were emotion there have to go back to their respective basins. We'll be on the air tomorrow at twelve thirty five so afternoon baseball here from frontier field again, hopefully that as I described to you chance of frozen mixed. That's in the weather forecast. Hopefully that does not develop into actual frozen. Miss mix Goto down at away slider. Nice blocked bicentenary on back can then as he chases. The baseball one was running up to grab it any fell slipped on the wet grass. Sure that was a little embarrassing for Mr. Santana. Whoop cities. It's like someone pulled the rug out from underneath his. Wanted to meanwhile on Willie Rosario. Bostock's yet to announce a starting pitcher for tomorrow's game. It'll be the left-hander. Justin Nichelino veteran for the Red Wings. Bases-loaded a one-two swinging a ground ball towards second base rate at Chad daily era who bets down to feel that chat through the first time to get Rosario. This game is over and in reality. It had been for quite some time. But now it's official seventeen to five the PawSox with one of the great -fensive explosions in years. Eight years over the first two innings of this game with sixteen runs actually did not score after the third, but they win it by twelve. Brock Holt successful restarts. His rehab. Big big night for Joschka mean to home runs in one inning. And the first win as boss for Ryan Weber PawSox seventeen Rochester five good way to start the game trip. We'll be back with a total in a wrap up after this on the PawSox radio network..
"tereza" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Well, Stephanie how was your week anywhere as dramatic as this guys are my we don't want me to get into my week. But this week turned out to be excellent. Oh, it was an excellent, wink. She looks very smug. A lot of fun. And let's just put it this way. Our neighborhood is safe again. Oh, okay. Safe. Meaning well now teased us with hedgehog will never be the same again. Carpet cleaning and tile clean, and somehow that made the world safer. I'm confused. Well, yes, it does. It makes the world safer because it make sure homes safer. Yeah. Talks about oh, you got to pull all this carpet out of your house because when you have allergies when you have asthma you need to take all this out of your house. We'll no you don't in fact, that's what if you keep it clean. That's what's keeping all of this at bay has. If you think about it, if you just have a concrete floor, you just have, you know, wood floors or Tereza for any other floors anything that settles on that floor. Also puffs up in the air. Breathing it in right in the same way. When carpet catches it. A catches it it pulls it down to the pad. And that's why you need to have it cleaned at least once a year. So that you can clean out all of those contaminants, and it makes your house healthier. That's a good point. Yeah. You know, Stephanie? It sounds like what we could plug today is a two part a two part operation. I you clean. Well, let me ask you this. Because you know, we always talk about our buddy Larry Brown cleaning out the air ducts in your home. Well, which would you do I suppose somebody wants to get their house extra clean air ducts, and the carpeting which one should I because you've got to realize once you clean those air ducts, even though he doesn't excellent job and I can attest to this. Because he has claimed ours out. Even though he does that wonderfully all of that dust that comes out from those ducks even though they suck it out real good. And they clean up after themselves. Still a little bit comes out. Okay. And it's falling down. So you want to do all your cleaning first? And then have your floors clean? Okay. It's a great idea. Then boy, you're you're breathing clear. Then right. Yeah. Absolutely. So, hey, well, Stephanie if people wanna get in touch with Larry I've got the number here, they.
"tereza" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures
"Harassment. not only our chat bots designed with patriarchal attitudes towards women JC is concerned. These technologies will start feeding prejudice back to the USA the way they designed and the way they respond to us an ABA h-have ya. I think very slowly is going to sit cultural norms around what's appropriate as good a chap up. It doesn't respond to sexual harassment in an appropriate way. Or in a way that helps to eliminate sexual harassment into society than it kind of tacitly endorses it and amplifies ember produces it if it seemingly okay to say to an AI, it should be fine to say to a human. Yeah. And I that's presented as a human. You know, things have, you know, white women's voices. These have women's Dame's at again, it's a sky. Oh, like because it can access so many people. That once what's the social cultural impact? And these technologies endorsing what we've been trying to eliminate for really long time. As Tereza indicent said before she doesn't believe designers set out to write problematic responses. You don't go out to make a chapel technology sexist. Yeah. Yeah. But she does believe that many of those designing the technology failed to see how the tech could negatively affect the USA not just because they're men who've likely never experienced sexual harassment, but because their methods in practice, tell them what they doing is fundamentally, correct? I started in physics, and I have great admiration for a lot of people who work in the hard sciences and in the biological sciences. And I know they're not with ill intent, but a lot of the techniques have have tended to see objectivity as something requiring you to focus on evidence in front of you to really done that down the assumption that the. Numbers are always right in every respect. Absolutely. Yeah. A lot of the methods that were learning are focused on the technology, and they're focused on the numbers. And there has been this tendency to remove that from the human I think that happens in lots of different context, particularly when it comes to technology. So the investment that goes into building a system the investment that goes into building a room like this. You're looking for evidence to make sure that that tools are used for properly, but the techniques that they're using have separated us further from from the very human core. By removing the human from technology technology has thrown exactly how human we saw back in our faces tech perpetuating human bias and prejudice has snowballed in the digital age so much. So it's gathered both international and political attention over and over again. Whether it's time, they always have these racial inequities that get translated because algorithms are still made by human being and those algorithms are still pegged to basic human assumptions and automated assumptions if you don't fix the bias. Then you're automating the bias and that gets even more dangerous. But even though this conversation is picking up speed. There's no rulebook for designers in develop is to follow. Meaning they're not obliged to consider how their technology could be for example, sexist. Tereza Anderson is trying to change this. She's part of a group applying for NGO status that odds developing a framework for ethical a I the framework would include a list of ethical standards that develop his need to meet when designing whatever they're making. This is terrain. That is in some ways uncharted, one of the most important standards in to raise the suggests one of the most difficult is for developers to recognize that the tech will never be perfect and can always affect the USA with chat bots. This could be a poli wooded response to a sensitive situation recognizing equally that. Yeah. I'm gonna release something out there. I'm gonna see how it goes. But I'm gonna recognize that I have no control over what's going to happen in the wild. All. I know is that things are not likely to go. According to plan being open to the fact, you'll make mistakes, and that your technology may result in something. Unexpected to raise a argues is an opportunity as it forces you to consider way you've gone wrong end who you've left out and this gets back to the idea of of encouraging more women in stem. I do feel that this is extraordinarily power in getting different kinds of people in those spaces the idea of what I called making the invisible visible being alert to who. And what is misrepresented underrepresented in not represented? It's not only an opportunity to address the gender balance. It also opens up the design team. Introducing new plays with expertise beyond the numbers and data. If you recognize that we're always going to have blindsides it's minimized by building. More inclusive team, whether it's a sociologist that's also a coder or whether it's recognizing that if that I can't just think of this as a technology. I have to think of this in socio technical terms. However to raise a does realize that many of the big week develop his would absolutely not want to point out where they've gone wrong with their products. Do you think those who are really at the top of the game here in developing these technologies have a willingness to engage because obviously the measures of success might be quite different in measure of success might be how many of these can we get into people's homes how much money can we make? Whereas perhaps the fact that all of the checkbook technologies agenda and give crappy responses if someone's reaching out about experiencing domestic violence that might not necessarily be a success indicate they might be like, okay that's about. We don't want it. But the focus is elsewhere is production and getting this out there and being first on the scene sort of thing. I think there will always. Be those sorts of situations. I mean, you can think in any in any sector that there are products organizations are attitudes. Where it feels like a we'll do anything at any cost. You know, everyone else be damned we're looking out for themselves. What I'm optimistic about at the moment that I am more optimistic about than I was a few years ago is that there's a growing call at a number of different levels for more responsible approaches to these things, and I think part of it is because there is this genuine concern that there's a lot of power given sometimes to a chat bought that is replacing human. So in the first instance, it means that they'll be fewer real people to have empathy to be able to deal with the situation. So domestic family violence is a classic situation too. I want an automaton talking me through something even if that automaton has access to Norma's resources, and and has the computational capacity that a human could never have is. Still really hard to code empathy and a human especially a human who has been who has lived and experience that can't be fully encoded. There are still spaces that where there's a need for human. And I think the market is starting to respond to that to the ones that are doing better. And that I think will prove themselves to be more sustainable are the ones that have actually tried to think about how structurally and institutionally. They can they can start to enact and come up with better systems is always a result of a tipping point. I don't want to. I don't like extremes. I don't like to say always. But I do think that it does take moments like that to cause us to reflect, you know, sometimes it takes an accident for you to go. Oh my God. You know, that's what I'm doing at a personal level. But also that an organizational level because why would you change anything in again? If we go back to Dada. It's not easy to make a case for changing, but it is getting harder to ignore that. There are changes happening around us. While
"tereza" Discussed on Off The Hook
"We hope to be the first item on the agenda. But we just confirmed today that that is going to be the next public hearing. We would love it for WBAL listeners to show up. We had a lot of listeners show up last time. It was great to see everybody. Great to get your support. And we want to flood the hallways. This time with the amount of support that we have and and given the public support of the strandbooks up, and and and WBAI listeners we think we can do that this time. It sounds. Good. Sounds good. Yeah. Just just to mention really quickly the updates in this story where. At least I heard Bolden Tereza Moscato who remembers members of Seattle city council, basically attended big summit that was going on the summit of activist groups fighting Amazon's plans, and they you know, among the things they said don't be the city or state that flinches every time a corporation flex its muscles. You have the opportunity that's the ATL. Didn't we didn't respond fast enough? And this actually has been a very very long running issue for New York, and for a great many other cities where anytime there is a Representative from the city sitting down across the table from any property developer looking who's saying. Oh, yeah. We're going to bring in this big office tower. We're going to bring in new corporate headquarters, we're going to bring it into factory whatever it is. Cities municipalities and public officials have always been extremely gun shy about asking for too much. They always seem to low ball what their demands for concessions are while promising huge giveaways to these companies, I actually spoke to a city planner has been working in the New York City area for well over forty years who says that who actually worked on a report that was that led to your cities, very very very recent adoption of inclusionary zoning rules. Which requires property developers to set aside, affordable housing in new property developments that this has been the exact same issue with these types of negotiations for at least forty years if not much longer going back to the specifically cited experience in nineteen eighty two. Where they experience the same sort of process. But another thing was that this whole competition between different cities really lead to a really unprecedented issue of municipalities the competing locations sharing huge amounts of research and data with Amazon to help Amazon make their case for what they wanted from the city where every other time something like this has ever been done in the past. It was always the developers responsibility to do their research and figure out what they could get what they wanted. And in this case, it was the city's basically opening their books showing them at Amazon saying, please take what you want you think with a hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of revenue per annum that these companies would be able to do the research themselves. They took it upon themselves to get the state to essential. Kowtow and beg please bring your jobs here. The other question that I have this is more open to to coming working person is how many of these promises have been made previously to say we're going to hire x number of thousands of jobs, and they're all going to be local, and they turn out not to be even one to both of your points. This is exactly what Nancy wrote. And I think in her excellent CNN opinion piece, in fact, the title of the piece actually has the word kowtow. And so, yeah, you're you're right on point here. And the thrust of this really is you know, that politicians when they're Sika fantastically throwing themselves. These big tech big tech companies. They're not thinking about local businesses. They're not thinking about local people, they're doing all they tend to drag in these foreign corporations who stated objectives, quite frankly, are very often the destruction of the very businesses that made cities like New York unique and interesting and great in the first place. So why are we bringing them in like this? Why are we giving them? Major concessions. We still don't have all the details about what was promised in these particular deals, and I don't think these details are gonna come out for several months, and at that point it may be too late to unwinds right now. I'm just recently, we were dealing with the fact that spectrum the cable company had promise the city a whole bunch of things that completely failed to provide..
Zimbabwe awaits 1st results of peaceful election
"Still to come on the forum more on Queen Christina of Sweden the exile years how having given up. The throne she then tried to get it back again, and, why in, modern times. She's seen as an. Icon of counterculture as well as a patron of the arts and an important collector still. With me historians to raise a chevaux Stephanos fogelberg rotter and biographer Veronica Buckley. So stay with us we'll all be back after the news summary BBC news with Stuart McIntosh US. Spy-satellites reported to have detected renewed activity at a North Korean factory which has in the past produced into continental ballistic missiles commercial satellite imagery also appears to show to new buildings at the site after his summit with North Korean leader in, June President Trump, claimed that the threat from Pyongyang, was over north and South Korea's senior military commanders have met for talks in the demilitarized zone between the two countries to discuss measures to reduce border tensions the military talks follow, a landmark summit between the leaders of the two Koreas, in, April at, which they. Agreed to hold hostile. Acts and to work to prevent accidental clashes Symboblic opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has said his party is winning elections resoundingly and he's ready to form the next government Mr.. Trump. Tweeted that his claim was based on results for most of the ten thousand polling stations the new PF party which has ruled Zimbabwe for more than forty years has insisted that it's on track to retain power a roadside blasts destroyed a passenger bus in western Afghanistan killing at least eight people and wounding forty others. Spokesman for the governor in Farah province blamed the attack on the Taliban earlier a suicide car bomber in Nangarhar province killed four people including a candidate for October's parliamentary elections President Trump says he's prepared to meet Iran's leaders without any preconditions at a time of their. Choosing despite abandoning the international nuclear agreement a senior Iranian officials said the US should return to the nuclear deal to pave, the way for any talks a US court has ruled, that a museum in California can keep to sixteenth century masterpieces by the German painter Lucas Cranach the elder which were looted by the Nazis during the second World War the life sized panels depict Adam and eve BBC news Welcome back to the forum from the BBC World Service, unabridged candle and, today on talking about the seventeenth century, Swedish Queen Christina with historians Tereza chevro- and Steph fogelberg rotor and with writer. Veronica Buckley so far we've traced Christina's early as in Sweden her conversion to, Catholicism and her journey to Italy so now let's look. At her life now she's arrived in Rome when she arrived there in the mid sixteen fifties she was given the use of. A Grand Palace the Palazzo fanatic, untreated to spectacular entertainments in the months that followed during carnival weeks the Barberini family one of the most powerful. In Rome put on a splendid show for her as described in veronica's book about her the Barberini were now, mounting a spectacle to end all spectacles in an arena. Specially built for the occasion, and seating three thousand people the Queen had our own Special box and from. It she watched as a fabulous Apollo and other assorted deities processed in glittering, train around the arena before.