30 Burst results for "Tika"
"tika" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"So we are still, you know, relatively speaking, pretty good. However, we're coming into January and January is a time to be a little concerned because, you know, a lot of Chinese investors, they'll pull their money out of the Chinese New Year, then they start buying gifts, the markets typically tank a little bit in January. And I will actually include in the show notes. I'll give it to our producer. There is a chart, and I showed that to Joel earlier about the mapping of the 2008 crash and what was happening in the stock markets leading up to January. I think of 2009. I'm not sure I don't have it right in front of me, but then it's we're tracking that pretty much. And so if it's anything like that, then January, February, it could be a massive fall, not financial advice. Just history sometimes does repeat itself. And sometimes it rhymes. It last night I was at an event here in Puerto Rico and tika tiwari was there, tikka is a former guest on the show, has a very popular financial newsletter, and I asked him what he thought, he says, we're definitely going to 11 or 12,000 with Bitcoin. He's totally convinced it's what he's telling his people. And I said, so are you liquidated? He says, oh, no, I never saw my Bitcoin. It's like, I'll write it down together because we know where we're going after that. And so personally, it's fine. If that's where we're going, I'm prepared to back up the truck. Beep, beep, beep, and load up on some cheap Bitcoin because what happens after it goes down? Well, we know that we are getting closer and closer to the next having, and it's going to get more difficult. And that means more scarcity, more expensive to mine, Bitcoin, and traditionally, every time it means we hit a new all time high, and so bring it, let's just rip the band aid off and get it over with. Yeah, and this time what's going to happen is, you know, Fiat currency, the value of the dollar is weakened and gets weaker and gets weaker. Now you start seeing that against some other currencies in the world and you go, wow, the dollar looks pretty strong compared to some of these other ones. Don't compare that. You compare it against true value and the value of the dollar has just plummeted over time. So the value of Bitcoin during this next bull run will most likely hit somewhere around a quarter $1 million, or I'm going to chop off Joel's dick and we're going to make lasagna. I know we're not going to do that. I'm not going to do that. But think about it though. It's like $250,000 for a Bitcoin.
"tika" Discussed on All My Relations Podcast
"We also know that native babies are being born to couples who aren't married either. So like we have much, much higher rates of Native American babies being born to moms who have never been married compared to the rest of America as well. So it's like we're thinking through how I think the historical experiences of generations passed. I think continue to influence who we think our good partners, who we think will be good fathers who we think will be good providers. But I guess it'd be interesting to thinking through how some of these historical narratives might be embodied today and how that might influence who we think is a good love match or a good love partner or who's yeah who's good lovers. So perhaps this idea that and it's probably psychosomatic, right? Where they feel that maybe that marrying is that entry into whiteness that has been so denied for so long, right? Because whiteness and white privilege and ownership of land and wealth and all of these things that we've been denied for so long could possibly be accessible through this gateway of marrying into or becoming coupled with somebody that holds that unearned privilege, right? It had to do with sort of the nuclear cis heteronormative ideas of who's raising children. So it was presumed that if a white woman married an Indian man and they had kids that the white woman as the woman would be teaching culture and language and be at home with them doing the schooling, doing this and doing that, that would ultimately pass her white traditions onto the children and they would ultimately become enfranchised and lose their assimilated, right? Because then the woman the Indian woman couldn't live on the reserve anymore if she got enfranchised that then all of a sudden she'd be a part of the broader society and then the children we become assimilated that way. So it was a really pervasive way of, I guess negotiating who was marrying who and Canadian case that might be something that endures, right? The idea, the notion that, either being raised in the white society, interacting with white society being forced into the white society would result in that taking up of white society that would ultimately be more beneficial. Maybe it's happening subconsciously too. You know, like, I think about relatives that I know that have married white people. Do they consciously know they think to themselves like, oh, I want to get close to whiteness. No. This is how we talk about it in philosophically and when we review academically. But when people are following in love and swiping on Tinder, is there like, oh yeah, I want that white woman because that white woman's gonna help me get power. No. But we are deeply impacted by dominant society. And measurements of success in white society are related to being a part of this industrial capitalist system and being productive and therefore we're attracted to people that appear more successful doing air quotes successful in the white man's world versus a person that's traditional. And so in on the res, you know that's like a hunter or something, but maybe lives in a hud house, you know? Just sort of thinking out loud here, but I just want to say like this conversation is not necessarily at the forefront of our mind when we're when we're dating necessarily. Or is it really? I think it also when I was hearing you talking with tika, I also want to bring this back to this notion of love and how we show love and how we value different types of love and how love is displayed or like, I remember thinking, you know, well, if he buys me something, is that a display of love that I should value more than say somebody who's gone and caught a bunch of fish and brought it to my family or this perspective partner has all this education and makes all this money and oh, am I going to consider him perhaps a better life partner than somebody a res boy who's grounded in community who knows our ways and our language, but who doesn't make money in this white man's world? I think how we think about love as indigenous people. Obviously, is very much tempered by white society, but it also has me thinking about, I think a lot of it is overt. We think about subconscious, but we also think about how there are very real ways in which love has become manifested in our society through material objects and possessions that weren't a part of indigenous ways of doing and being and knowing and relating. But compulsory monogamy expects you to stay with that person because it assures the security, first of all, industrial complex, because it's secure, you're in this relationship that doesn't have fragility to it, and then that industrial complex can continue to rely upon your labor and you being in this union. You're reproducing, literally, right? Like the reproduction of workers, really, like this is what it all sort of relies on. Whereas if you're entering into multiple relationships, there's that lack of continuity. There's a lack of security for that complex that relies upon someone to work till their death type of thing. Well, you know what? I think we should switch gears, you know, because because you teach a course, decolonizing gender, sex and sexuality, first, what are the main tenets of that class, maybe can you take us through the framework and really interested in how it impacts people's lives or the feedback you've heard around this topic and why this topic? Right. So, you know, there's a matrix when we come to talk about sex gender and sexuality. And that's how I sort of preface the course, making sure that we understand off the hop. These are different these are fluid. This is cosmological. It's not just a binary, first of all, but to really understand what it means by sex gender and sexuality. Sexualities, actually. And so we preface the course with that we get into patriarchy and colonialism. And in my teaching practice, I sort of refused to put our pain and suffering on display all the time. I just start by saying, I'll talk to you about that colonialism. So you know that it endures and it's around you. But I'm not here for this constant like trauma porn. This is not a part of how I want you to envision those bodies because then that's how it keeps perpetuating that idea of that Pocahontas perplexed, right? Of this forever scarred, scarab, killable body, because all we experience is trauma. So how can love and joy resonate in a body that's only performing or talking about trauma. So we talk a little bit about that, but then I really like to focus on these radical re envisioning and what people are doing, centering on indigenous feminism, in particular, we jump off from there. We talk about critical polyamory episode of cheim tall bears is actually on us a little bit, so and I ask people, yeah. I asked my students to reflect on that as a part of the assignments. And I've heard so much just excellent feedback from that. Understanding the power of critical polyamory in this decolonizing sex genders and sexualities and how it's this framework of freedom really and liberation, right? That is tied to sex that is tied to gender, but ultimately empowers bodies. It readies our bodies for those acts of resistance for those rising uprights. If we're just constantly negotiating trauma and pain, you know, we're in a state that's limited to what power we can bring to those circles. So talking about how something like, you know, if I had asked a student, how do you think having many lovers would prepare you for battle? At first that's just sort of you got more people behind you. You got more people to call up to come down to the front lines and it's like, no, listen to this podcast and then.
"tika" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"They have two options. They're either forced to come clean or abduct someone else's child. And of course, they generally choose the latter. So they plan and plot and search for their victim, a lot of times they will be friend this person that they intend to abduct the baby from, as we saw in this case. Which is just another level of messed up. I don't know who is having these ideas where there's a whole profile on this. But there is some serious mental help required for these people. There is some frontal lobe damage that we can not even begin to comprehend. Tika did state that when Veronica is up for parole. I will be there. 12 years, 25 years, it doesn't make a difference. As long as I'm on this earth, and I can move my legs, I will be there. For her to be like, I will sit there and look her in the face every time she comes up for parole. Is another level of strength to go and face your attacker like that is bravery beyond bravery. In the aftermath, tika had a lot of healing to do. She had to almost relearn how to walk because of how severe her injuries were. Her abdomen just had no support. But she was so determined. She got herself up and moving around as much as possible. Nothing was holding her back. She was healing her body, physically mentally and emotionally. She was just doing the damn thing. This is when she received the news from doctors that it would be very unlikely that she would ever have any more children. There was just so much damage done to her body and some of it was completely irreversible and it made the odds of having more children very, very slim. And this was devastating to tika, she wanted more kids and she knew this. I don't know if she was ever able to have more kids after receiving this news, but I hope things worked out in her favor..
"tika" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Mind-blowing. Take a got the door open. It creaked and squeaked as she opened it. But she got it open. And walked out. She walks through the apartment building, yelling for help. She is knocking on anyone and everyone's door, yelling, screaming, doing anything she can to be heard by someone, so she can get help. Then she collapses on the stairs. And then Stephanie comes out of the apartment, and finds Tycho lying on the stairs. She grabs tika and attempts to lift her up to bring her back into the apartment. And Tyga is still fighting. She starts kicking and biting and doing anything she can to get away. Then there's a man. He heard the commotion, and he came running from the third floor down to where teka and Stephanie were. He asks what's going on, what happened is everyone okay. And tika tries to speak up, but not before Stephanie chimes in and says that she's here trying to help tika, but tikka is crazy and delusional in won't let her help. He is trying to hear and understand what's going on, but everyone is just talking over each other. Then tika lifts her shirt. Exposing all of the trauma she has gone through. The man took one look and said he was calling for help. He immediately ran to call the police. Tycho recalls that after he ran upstairs to call for help, that's Stephanie just looked at her. And she had this horrible evil look in her eyes that just said, I should have killed you. Then, Stephanie just ran away and left tikka lying there. Soon emergency responders made their way to teaca. Their helping her, they're asking her questions, and they finally see her injuries. So they rushed her to the hospital where she would have emergency surgery. When she woke up from surgery, the first person she saw was PJ, her husband. Which what a relief for both of them. She sees someone she loves, and he's there with his loved one. Who is finally safe. The first thing tika does is ask about her baby. Is her baby okay? The nurse came in and gave her the news. Tika had given birth to a healthy 8 pound two ounce baby girl..
"tika" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Stephanie began hitting tika in the head with some sort of metal object. Tycho recalls that she was hit about ten times or so. It was after the tenth hit that she sprung up and held her hands up to try and protect herself. And remember y'all, she is very pregnant at this point. All teeth can remember is just seeing blood. It is absolutely everywhere. And she has sustained a pretty severe head injury at this point and she recalls that the only thing she could think of was I have to go, I have got to get out of here now. So tikka ran from the room and straight to the front door. But when she got to the front door, it was locked. And not just locked like turn one thing and walk out. The door was dead bolted? Had the chain lock on, and the door knob was locked. Can you imagine? You're in this panicked state. And you're trying to get out in the doors locked 6 ways to Sunday, and now you've got to get your brain to function in all of these different ways at the same time, to try to escape. Oh, and you have been beaten about the head, and you are pregnant. Freaking nightmarish. So tega is at the door, attempting to escape. When Stephanie jumps on her and tackles her to the floor. So now tika is literally on the floor, fighting this woman. She said at one point there was blood everywhere, and I couldn't really see my eyes were burning. My head was pounding. It was just all she could do to even focus on what she was doing. Meanwhile, Stephanie was doing the absolute most here. She was putting her hands over to his mouth, trying to keep her quiet. She was choking her, hitting her, just everything. Then she picks up a fireplace poker, and she just starts swinging and swinging.
"tika" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"That's part of the tell that like Jesse like every time like she tries to like paul cloud into a thing she always is hooking them up with materia That like maybe. She is part of this. Bigger group. That is still to be explored in the game and that will be like another way to like. Get us more directly into wu. Tie if that stuff is an optional as it is in the original game but actually become sort of an essential part of Of the the greater story that they're trying to play which would be a huge deviation from the original game said but now they can do that. Fate is death. Yeah they've given. It's dead They've given themselves like huge permission to kind of go wherever they want Generally in the structure of the game 'cause you've had this huge battle with suffer off already which is like what the original game is leaving you to to the point of like as you went to cross through this light You're kind of like jumping around on these concrete slabs like you do at the very end of the game leading up to your battles with genova and with farrah's It struck surely feels a lot like the end of the game. You're standing there with your party of much smaller party than you'll have at the end of the original game That you have the opportunity to speak to each of them in here what they have to say before you make your final decision to continue down into the crater or to continue into the cloud of light to reach what is it the edge of creation a it in a lot of ways. It kind of feels like you're like okay. Well that's like basically the end of the original game so now we're going to do some other stuff. Yeah about but okay. All right well listen. We'll we'll talk through so they go. They decide to go through the crossroads. They're gonna fight destiny. They're going to do this thing. Barrett gets like the last like little like harare which is so fun. Would be the first time i spit in. Destiny's is like whoa. What does that mean that coming home. Real soon read says is it. Our destiny defy destiny. It's an interesting question. The very interesting question. that's really interesting. It would seem the answer is yes. That's what they about to go Yes then you're jumping across this flying concrete like like you do with the final genova battles in the original game in you run into t. barrett embarrasses. You're alive clauses. Happy to see me. Embarrassed says wouldn't go that far so there's this gigantic gigantic whisper like lording over mid gar. Yeah the harbinger. Ed barrett says that looks a lot more like an arbiter of fate than the others. So like okay. The big guys the bad one. We wanna fight that but the only way to fight is by fighting like sort of its minions power ranger groot look at Yeah whisper rub him. Whisper crow ceo and beardie red rungs of all the crocodile crocodile rock. I couldn't see the names of alligator whisper where one i never really learned their needs. One thing that's cool about them. Is they have the weapons of cloud barret and tika That one has a sword. One has a gun hand and one uses their fists so it's just like a cool like is it like..
"tika" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"But what are you going to do anyway. So that's through chapter twelve. The plate has fallen cloud and tika and barrett have escaped. Heiress has been captured. Who knows where. Marlene is on. Who knows what's going to happen next Except i know what's going to happen next and soon. So shall you both brooklyn and dear listener. Because next week we will do chapters thirteen and fourteen and fifteen Is is what we will do next. a broken world in search of hope and the day mid gar stood still. Those will be the next chapters that we discuss here on the final fantasy seven remake. Podcast i mean. We don't have to go in search of hope because that's me and i'm in search of hard rock. Hope right here and you don't have to go far for a broken world because that's here as well..
"tika" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Attitude in eighth as the field goes into the clubhouse turn and it is summer romance setting the pace here. Tracked by long shot vigilant. These way on the outside and down at the rail is a lawson yada next in third between horses and moving up is a pocket square from fourth. Harvey's little goal is next in fifth in the opening quarter mile over the good turf. Twenty three and two fifth seconds now. The field is on the backstretch and it is summer romance in frontier. It is summer romance. The leader with vigilantes way still right behind in second on the outside is pocket square next in third loss in yati down at the rally on the outside is harvey's little comes out tika and six followed by lemme sta and magic attitude. Is the trailer the half in forty eight seconds as they ed for the far turn summer romance continues to lead here. It is summer romance now. By linked to have vigilantes way second pocket squares down on the inside and third harvey's little girl on the far outside and four then comes. I'll take a as the failed comes into the stretch. It is summer romance trying to go. Wire-to-wire harvey's little girl on the outside is al tika down towards laura's pocket square. Summer romance hair stablemate. I'll take driving up on the outside. Al tika has taken over some second it is. I'll take a and mattie franko till win the diana stakes so just as in the justice game it was al tika who was able to run down some romance summer. Romance of course going to the front in the just a game this time also up on the lead and they're just not able to hold off stablemate. They were well clear of the rest of the competition loss in. They're getting up for a third. Harvey delgado thought was poised to to run a real big one there and just faded a little bit back and forth but it was only a neck off. Second but i'll tika neck third. I should say down. I'll take a much the best winner and makes a to romeny franko on board this time. Of course mike. Smith ran last erode last time in the just a game but these two have now. You know some romance beat al tika three starts back in a group to over in europe but They've they've been running against each other their last three and a curious to see if they continue that. Because it's kinda turning into a fun little rivalry for the to charlie appleby runners. They run one two in the diana stakes the sanford stakes part of the undercard at saratoga for two year olds of course Odd this race was just loaded with debut maiden winners and it was wet who ended up getting bet the most The todd pletcher runner at data to even money in this race headline report at odds of seventy two also seventy-two on candy landing ticket. Listen back to the sanford. And they're off number twelve. Luca go really bobbled at the start. There goes trust our journey quickly to the front and quickly into the front by three lengths headline reporters next in second and then comes candy landing. Who is next in third. Although by ottoman empire in fourth weight is down the inside in fifth as the field moves up. The stretch and leader is long. Shot trust our journey with headline report in pursuit in second candy. Landing next third ottoman empire on the outside on the move in fourth then custodian v. Wade is down the inside insects. And then we come back to maryland. Brando who is racing in seventh position on the outside is code down at the rail is candy landing now moving up a spot. There is dance code. is the field. Hits the top of the stretch after a half forty six seconds is trust our journey but here is wet now on the outside and wit has taken over the lead here and wit is pouring on here in the stretch weight has opened up on headline report it is with the leader headline report in second and it will be with to win one hundred and sixth running of the sanford stakes and he did it decisively truly a powerhouse performance by wit here in the sanford since day down in san jose broke from the inside and stay there and it was interesting to watch ottoman empire who also had green silks. I was watching it. You know the seven-horse sometimes them in the one kind of look the same in the saddle towels. And i saw him an empire on the outside really getting pumped on much of the journey. I think it was said coach. Three wires the comment but it was you know being coaxed for basically the last five and a half furlongs of the six furlong race and so for a second there. I thought i go. Oh man the favorites already in deep water. But then i realized that i read was down on the inside with plenty of horsemen. Just made such a decisive move on the turn and came alongside of a headline report and also the early leader. Trust our journey and just blew right by eight lengths score Really curious to see what the figure comes back on On this one because obviously young horses. They aren't going to put up the the huge numbers. But you know really really dominating effort you have to think this one going to be a A major player going forward. Here we go. What did they get wit. Got a ninety. Wow that's pretty good for a buyer number. I'll you got a one zero one in the diana stakes but man the nice nice effort from web visually impressive and all the other plot. It's but you know. A two year olds timmy. I'm also fascinated to beat horses like this. They stretch out just because you know in the coming weeks and months these horses are gonna make so many changes in develop. And you know you're also going to have one's who've not even running yet that are gonna end up showing up some of the. Certainly you know. Breeders cup juvenile type races so big effort but just a six furlong stakes didn't want to get fired up about the allowance race In race eight. Everybody was talking about this. One is Kind of being loaded with talented obviously disappointing when credit trade who was kind of one of the ones With three or four choice at the time but was scratched. Just a minute or two before post but ended up being bo. liam who won a hard-fought effort over whitsun was the horse. Who was who debuted at tampa and was a huge winter down at tampa won by like thirteen. It was Super super impressive event. And then you know. Privately purchased by peter. Brant lapente for chad brown. So i mean i'm sure a pretty penny and man ran. A huge race was a little bit chilly. On the to- porn fact before the scratch of credit-rating think whistle was like seven to one but the morning line was eight to one. But i guess it's just what those connections you almost expect The horse to take more money. I ended up going off at night to just a a dime under five to one and ran. He just i just. I don't know how honestly whistle didn't go by but w kicked back down on the inside. Look like he did put a nose at front there for a second but volume able to counter back wins it by a nose and those two were well well clear of everybody else. It really did kinda turn into a a two-horse race even though it was certainly a very anticipated race in terms of some of the top ones but really the top three in the odds Ran one two three even though the two were way ahead of muhammed who finished third so a lot of ability and talent in that race and looking forward to seeing some of those horses. Come back over. Delmar real quick. The san diego was the weekend feature over there. Royal ship the winner of the great to californian to back just missed in the gold cup. Last time out by ahead was four nights clear express train. Royal ship goes off as your favorite here in the san diego at odds of eight to five five to one express train. You had three to one on rushie. Who's been based their sanita for a little bit.
"tika" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"In here. Impressive looking debut winner wit kick things off on belmont stakes day with a fantastic last. A i move after breaking slow two to five shot. Looks like you were stealing. Money with wit makes his second start stretches out to the six furlongs. Todd pletcher junior. Who was supposed to ride. First time out was injured brother. Jose sub there. I'd gets and wit certainly looks like he's going to be a heavy favourite in this spot. He's eight to five. I would say if you're looking to bet wit. You're not going to get close to that. He seems to be. You know the horse that everyone was talking about Early on and as far as two year olds going now to be honest. I don't know what he beat that day He won by six. He was probably twelve lengths better than that field But this is a much tougher field. I believe and although it certainly has to be used and i can certainly understand him. Winning this race. I think number two candy landing is an interesting prospect. Here for brendon. Walsh and jimmy. Graham very impressive in his debut at churchill downs where he was battling for the lead through fast fractions he kicked on to win by four and a half lengths that day in a big field of nine went pretty fast who one. Oh three and three for five and a half furlongs He should be better as the distances get longer being by twirling candy out of a rush bay mare and if it's a step slow out of the gate from post one. This time one of the horses. He'll probably have to passes number two candy landing and that may be easier said than done. So i'm gonna go with the mild upset here. I like number two candy landing. I would use both one and two. My horizontal plays candy landing. He was the second horse for me. I just thought it was too much for that Sun a practical joke. I thought it was too good in his debut. Ottoman empire interest me as well. He broke his meaning. Owned five. eighths. Thomas first time out made up a lot of ground. Pass a lot of horses now. Jimmy graham rides candy. Landing hosea tease winds up on ottoman empire so I picked the race one to seven. I thought it was gonna be really tough. But if you wanna price alternative baby it's ottoman empire. Number nine goes as the grade. Three sanford hundred and fifty thousand on the line. The diana goes as race number ten. The first of twenty grade one stakes this summer at saratoga nine furlongs on the inner turf course. Field of a chad brown is looking for win number seven van and his six early on his first grade. Whatever in the gora with zagora. Back in twenty eleven renewal. He's won the last five john alaska's one six including the twenty eighteen and twenty thousand nine hundred eighty four chad brown with sister. Charlie they'll team up with the to pocket square the first officials from the just a game judd. Mont to of summer romance the speed. I'll fica the closer and china's other one lemon who was good to second harvey's little coils back in here on the bogey last time out wide open renewal then. Yeah this is Unless you just really have a stance on one horse in this race. This is a total spread. As far as i'm concerned just about everyone has a chance at winning in this race. Maybe magic attitude vigilantes way would have to run better than they ever have. But they're really not that far behind I'm going to lean towards number eight out pika. she was very game as you said in the just a game running down the other. Appleby trainees romance that day. That was going one mile. Now they're going a mile and an eighth although it is on the inner turf at saratoga. So maybe a little bit tougher to close than what we saw. Last time out running at belmont park but there is a little pace in the race. I it looks like the longer distance should benefit. Al tika and i just love the way she looked in the stretch in that just a game so i i put her on top to be perfectly honest. I don't think she stands out over this crowd. She's just one of several. That have a big chance. I think she'll appreciate the mile and an eight. I went to lemon sta philly. Who ran well. Chad brown in the bow. Gay going on the sixteenth. I feel like a little bit. More ground is going to be what she wants as well. She made up some ground in a payslips racing. Nebo gay men invest comes back a little bit of a better pay scenario when he is not a ton of speeding arrangement with summer. Romance setting it for out the as she says it for all of them. So i went with lemon stop. I think hobbies low goal is philly that the mile and an eighth is probably gonna be her best distance. I think she's reversal enough to win and other distances. But i think mile an eighth is going to be her best instance and then i you gotta use the to Godolphin phillies you. Gotta use up featuring some romance well enough last time Big fig last time. We'll see how they react to that one. But i thought lima still all signs pointed to her improving. Second time in this country shall get some pace in here. And i think she'll get the job done so let's for me race. Number ten goes as the grade. One diana will go back saratoga at the end of the program for that coronation cup. On sunday of at woodbine the body goes race number three. It's a race restricted to on. -tario stallion sired horses. Six furlongs on the all weather up at woodbine field of six goes race number three. We've got a heavy favourite on the morning line number three artists princess. Who really has been very very good throughout her career. Up at woodbine five wins from seven career tries on the synthetic surface at woodbine. All of that damage coming in two thousand nineteen and twenty twenty. She was better down to six to five in the grade. Three whimsical in her twenty. Twenty one debut last time out and press the pace just didn't have anything left down the stretch and ended up fifth beaten three lengths so kind of a head scratching performance for the daughter of we. Miss artie a repeat that last race would probably get her beat again at a short price. But maybe she'll improve second. start off. layoff wesley ward. Does very well in this situation. In fact when twenty seven percent of the time second start off extended layoffs if she shows up with her twenty twenty form. She's just better than this field. She can either show speed or stock. The pace i think she will be pressing number one spanish ballerina and i look for already princess to take the lead at the top of the stretch. No mistakes today go on at short price supposed to win. She supposed to win right. I mean jeez. I tried picking against i. I couldn't do it. Try and cold cock exact with the five sav columbia chalking number but sabs some successive there as well. Not as fast as the favorite artists princess. Five from me. Audit for instance over in recent number three the body at woodville backward wind for a sunday feature as well right. Now we'll take a when we come back arlington. They're big summer festival. Day is a preview day. Tomorrow at lincoln. Del mar opens and of course. It's haskell day at monmouth they got five stakes. We'll cover the first of those five when we return. You're listening for the weekend stakes preview. Sent bats here on h. r..
"tika" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"I'm very lucky to be doing this at this point in time. Save with thirty years ago fifty years ago obviously like we. I feel like i'm standing on shoulders. Giants who were down a lot of good work before us. And that's why it's possible for me to be doing this In a world where it wouldn't have been possible so my i don't think i've faced extensive hardship some whatever I take bright house. Been pretty easy sometimes. I do wonder if i don't know if i was a younger guy. In silicon valley there will be more funding available or not. And i hope that it's just a venture that puts people off because it's a big undertaking And we are not getting big conduct. Just just keep going on with what we have on just having people on our side Under leg up by tika teen being woman is important especially doing this kind of work because mpc this requires huge amount of empathy to be able to understand where different people are coming from. And i i. I think men are more kind of impulsive when jumping to conclusions. If i may say so stereotyping. Of course i apologize for that but just trying to think the advantage of that that i can put myself into the mindset of a lot of different people and trying to understand what what would motivate them to do different things and and how can we with them. How what tools we can give them. and and. I think that that's an advantage. And i think empathy israeli were fired as we move forward to solve a lot of these issues That are existing today especially in the media landscape. Yeah and i'm totally with you. It's not necessarily a better. It's just a different perspective. That and you know when. I launched my first podcast more she wrote. I wanted to do it with all women. Because i felt that women had a different perspective of justice again not better not worse just.
"tika" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Kicks him in the nuts just and they're yelling at him of course came because i hate after. So he's the bad guy. K the asian the asian man Who defended himself after he gets kicked in where he lives. He hits her in the head with a with the water bottle deal. Okay i a natural reaction just sending myself here. You don't wanna get hit. Don't kick the guy. What are the cups do with him. Were they just getting what they arrested him. Yeah and they got these these a holes screaming at him that it's him. Every single time in history began when the guy hit her with the water. Baugh apparently yeah apparently and they add the. I don't know why the cops didn't look at the video. They had the video could have he could have seen that She kicked him. I course. I don't know if that matters. I don't know doesn't seem to matter anymore. Justice just doesn't seem possible right now. No no antifa was out in full force in front of that. we spa. Yeah this weekend asking everyone protecting pedophile protecting a pedophile. I don't know if the guy was if the person was really a trans woman or not. I have no idea could have been some It could be some sis. Gendered person to use their wonderful verbiage. It could be assist gendered person. Who's a freak who's a pedophile. Who likes to go in and show himself two little girls. How do we know he's not seems like he was. What are you doing that for if that's not if that's not your deal and and tika is there to protect that person not the women. No they freak. Who is showing himself to little girls. I i can't. I can't understand and it was person after person this weekend. That would show up to protest. This place in antifa would either physically attacked them. Your harassed them they follow this one woman to her car and made sure that her license plate was out there for all to see like he just just never ends. Do we have that video..
"tika" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"He doesn't feel good about it it is. It is no less unrealistic. Those that survives this fall by landing in like bed of flour. Flowers like it yeah. That's all the problem no it didn't i mean it was a better flowers in the original game too but like it was ridiculous then but now that everybody is like more like realistic and stuff. Yeah you know but you do see when when the chapter begins like cloud is like drifting through some sort of like dark space basically. Which is i believe. You know more or less a replica of how this goes down in the original game. He falls from the great height. He wakes up in the church and in between he has one of these moments where what we come to learn in that game is like a version of himself calling out to himself like sort of like remember his true self like remember. What has actually happened to him in his life. Like a bit of a wake-up kid kind of thing and that's happening here where he he. He washes down through black. And then he's based in white and there's another cloud who's kind of standing over him and like telling him to wake up but then it has like this darker twist where suffer office there with different. Clouds hand is on clouds shoulder and then they like japan up and all of a sudden cloud has become suffer right clouds. Like who are you. I am your everything. Yeah how mode. Yeah so it's very seductive very strange yeah. It definitely feels different from the original game but i also absolutely love it. It's like so camping. Weirds me this very odd. But like several is like oh no. I'm really here in this game. Like i'm very like i know i wasn't super present in mid guard in the original but like i'm very here i'm all over this game like okay. So he's shows up and this is when cloud meets era. The flower peddler yeah. That's all right flower peddler. Yeah he's a fancy meeting you here again. Yeah what are you talking about. Yeah broad of feelings impressions of era as rendered by f f seven remake. So far that. I love it because in contrast to we talked a couple of weeks ago about tika in this game and how i think tepa is awesome and really smart and like really empathetic and like strong a great fighter but i think the characters in the game kind of treat her a little dumb and so that's the i feel like that sort of the impression that we get is like come on kifah with areas. I feel like she has a lot of dialogue even when they're just like running around on rooftops or in the fight where she's like. No i can handle myself like i'll go first all lead the way like. Maybe you should follow me like i. Can you know you don't have to. You're my bodyguard. But also i can protect myself and that gets peppered in in like little bits of dialogue that you could miss. If you're just like racing through the game it's great the dialogue and this is super super fun. There's a lot of moments where you get a lot from from era. Just justin like background stuff and. I think that i've told you before. I can't remember if i told you on a podcast..
"tika" Discussed on hey, girl.
"And i am glad that you said that. Because i think that's gonna make a lot of parents feel scene because it's hard i again. I was reading something. Like oh my gosh. During the thick of the pandemic i was like i need all the articles. Like what the heck. I need to figure out like am i am i am. I like traumatizing. My kids like i have to figure something out. Is this board. I'm going to traumatize them. Of course it's not right but this expert was saying independent play so important and you play for ten or fifteen minutes and then you say okay. Mommy daddy grandma whomever has to do this now. It's time for you to play by yourself. And i was like yo. That's it. i started doing that and my three year. Old is very bossy. So when you play with her you're really not even playing with our. you're watching. Her play tells me what to say. He's like i'll say this. Okay let me have my own. I understand that strong willed child over got. It's so funny. So you mentioned to like really enjoying your autonomy as a woman an actress in your career and everything else that you're doing the podcast producing what are you learning about self advocacy being a black woman in hollywood and bringing your tools your self care tools your mental health tools to the table as you are in this career in the limelight in front of people. What am i bringing tools. You know what i've learned for me like So i've been quarantined by myself In vancouver right now for fourteen days. And what i've learned is i've just learned so much about my body how it works Just had no noise to kind of come in like with no child no fiance nobody coming in and just kind of invading in the space and not invading in a bad way just i was on time and i just feel like i've really learned how to be quiet. Obviously there's this this silence that i need in order to understand exactly what i want and but it's also given me time to really be clear you know on what my goals are and not just goals but like what i want out of life right and so with that. It's just like i just don't have time for nonsense. And i don't have time to kind of say what i want in meetings or kind of not mean what i say. I'm very clear. I've just gotten so clear on. What my purposes here. You know what my goals are for myself for my family right and so in hollywood. There's this full dance that you do where you while you gotta say it this way to this person and you gotta kind of not you know. Be sure your aggressiveness. As if that's a bad thing right. Or i don't know there's all these things dances that you have to do and i've just stopped doing them and literally have people like literally laughing in meetings. Because i'm so clear. And i'm just not like i'm like look if you don't want to do this. It's fine and they just start laughing like god. What is like everybody's like how are you doing today. You know not the greatest. But we're all here uniting and like people start kind kinda allows people to be their full cells rather than ding like. Everything is always great. You don't have to dance around if you don't want to pitch you know what i mean. If you don't want to buy a pitch or show that. I've just pitched to you or movie like we don't need to do all those things. We can. just be very clear on where we stand. And i just for my own self care. It's like i just don't want to chase anymore. Like i'm not gonna do it and i feel like that's what god has told me like you don't have to chase. It will come to you. You obviously put the work in but like just be very clear on what you want. And that's what i don't know that's kind of the tools i've been blessed with also because i just feel like my mom was always so honest you know and we would all laugh at her honesty. Like oh my god who says that. But that's why people love her because she so super honest. And i think i've gotten hat and pieman literally laugh all the time because i'm just like what you know saying things that nobody else wants to say and it just freed me from acting literally. Oh my gosh. There's so much there that emotional clarity that directness and it being okay and not having to chase like when you said that i was like that like hooked me in and i wanna talk a little bit more about releasing the need to chase and being able to show up authentically so that we can stand in our power. Because that's exactly what you just said like. I wanna be clear. I'm no longer chasing. And i can be direct and we can all make space for each other to show up authentically. So how do those things linked together for you as you move through the world and all your different you know mother career woman wife all of these things. How do those play a role in stepping stones. And how you show up in your life authentically. Well you know i do. They play a role. I mean i think they all kinda inner change you know. i think. I don't think it's ever you know. Just one thing i think you know i think as we you know show are many different faces too many different people in the world. I just think they come through but the one thing that consistently shows up is honestly for me like complete and utter honesty. Even as i think it's as simple as you know like your and you can be polite and respectful and all the ways but like you know when you're just like somebody's talking and talking to you and talking to you and you're just not your energy is so low that you're even if you're just hungry right and you're like i just don't have it in me. I think showing up and saying either you know. I don't know how everybody else does it. But saying i just need moment right now if we don't talk right do you mind if there's just silence right now. It's just simple simple simple things. I don't think it sometimes like these big dramatic scenes of like we exert so much energy especially black women throughout the day right by we. We usually have to serve others. Intend to other people's needs and that's including in the workplace right sometimes and i just think if we're able to be as honest in kind with it as possible. I think honesty will always kind of win right. And obviously you have to figure out how that works for you. I don't know if this is totally answering your question but for me. That's the one thing that shows up through the variation of all those links that you talked about. I hope that answered it miss episode brought to you by made well ready to.
"tika" Discussed on hey, girl.
"Hey girl hey girl. I love that. So much hyped. How are you. Today i am. You know what. I'm good. I just you know you know life you just russian all around. I just met fourteen days in quarantine in canada. So i've had time just for me and then i had to go face the real world again today so it was just kinda like only god okay. How do i maintain my peace insanity in that. I had in the house so but i'm happy that i'm talking to you right now. Oh my gosh. I feel you so much and i want to dive into this conversation around. Like self care and finding our peace and all of that beautiful stuff but before we get started. Please let the hey girl listeners. Know who you are and what you do sure. My name is tika sumpter. And i'm an actress producer. And i you know. I've been on tv for a while now but you could see me in things like gossip girl or mixed ish on abc. Nobody's fool or sonic the hedgehog and then yes so. That's what i do. And and then i also produced in yacht. And i'm a mommy mommy so of course i wanna kick the conversation off with in hollywood's as a mother as a black woman so many different layers and during pandemic and what that has taught you about your self care practice. Oh being it's crazy 'cause there's like two edges to this sort of like you know mommy's outworking and so i sometimes feel guilty not always being there to pick up my daughter ella from school or not always being met or i do my pockets saturdays and she has piano and saturday so her dad goes and so he was kind of like really holding space for both of us for offer a lot and i felt guilty on that and so when the pandemic hit and they were like you have to stay inside your you know your family i was like oh my god this is cool like i have the most. I've never spent this amount of time. My daughter and my fiance nick and it was an amazing in the beginning. You know you're spending all your time but then on the other end you're just like i don't have anything else for you like seriously. What are we going to do today. Mom it's like. I don't know what you're gonna do but i'm gonna not do anything but it was hard at times. You know just trying to you know make sure you held space for them and your family but you also were able to just get away in your own home and so you know it was definitely a dynamic of like that push and pull of God i'm excited to be with my daughter. But god i love to work in out as on so it was that you know juxtaposition of like fighting to people and being okay that i can both things and not feel guilty about it so it was definitely a dynamic. That was very eye opening. That's such a good point. I think so many folks who are caretakers mother's parents will be able to resonate with that because it is so true the pandemic kind of it almost gives you this. I won't speak for everyone but for me. It's with three kids at home and a husband and working from home. It's just like wow like there's not enough stuff to do. And i remember reading this article i forget where but the founder of spanks was saying. Let your kids be bored. And i was like. Whoa because i was having that same guilt of am i doing enough in my entertaining enough and my teaching enough am i. And it's just like it. It's okay to be bored like it's okay to be a little bored. It's okay to just go out on the deck. And i have nothing to do and color. And you know we don't have to have these structured activities and i was just feeling really bad at parenting. I don't know if you felt that way during the pandemic but me and my husband was like burnt out. Are we doing this right or are we not and i think a lot of different folks at home with young ones and zoom school and everything else activities. All of that are kind of just like okay. We're we're just going along right now. We'll figure it out along the way. Well i was just thinking about this. And i was talking about this with some friends of mine. And i'm like your kid does not need to be engaged. Twenty four seven like they. Just don't i don't even think it's good for them to be honest and we were thinking i was like well what my mom nearly played with me like. I don't even remember her playing with me. I literally and obviously we could go outside. But i went outside and two lights went on. And i had and she had to call the inside in math and i went to bed or played with my brother but it was never like her. You know one her. Necessity was like provide and she needed to sleep and she was a single mom for a while like on the other end she never. I never felt like for her. That there was a necessity to be like. Okay so what are we doing today. Did you do math did you do. Did you do all these things that we think we have to have our kids in body and be prepared for the world while yes. Some of those things are true right but like on the other end. Just feel like we've come to the don't know we've come to this weird place of like we have to have our kids doing something all the time and if they're not then they're not going to be behind in some way and that's a big lie so what i'm learning is to say no to my child when she's like mom. Do you wanna play barbies with me. I'm like no. I really don't so you enjoy yourself but also it's okay if you don't feel like it sometimes you know and or give yourself twenty minutes or fifteen minutes because that can go on for years for years three years so yeah i've learned to say no i just i'm not in it right now. We're all trying to eat better but eating better doesn't mean that a healthy breakfast has to be boring. Magic spoon has amazing flavors that you might love but without all the bad stuff zero grams of sugar. Thirteen fourteen grams of protein and only four net grams of carbs in each serving. 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"tika" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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"tika" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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QAnon and Antifa: Who, What, And Why?
"Cunanan and antifa. That's who were sucking today. True groups of extremist thoughts one typically associated with the far left. One typically associated with the far-right both blame for a lot over this past year including inciting violence especially regarding the storming of the us capitol building this past january. Sixth cunanan says left wing and t extremists. Did it to make them look bad and says cunanan did it all by themselves. Who's right and who the hell are the people who belong to these groups. What do these two groups believe that. Some of what we're looking into today. Cunanan group that emerged from a series of two thousand seventeen posts on the image board website. Four chan by a mysterious figure named q who claim to be a figure high up in the government who knew about all sorts of being done by the deep state including child sex trafficking harvesting adrenaline from frightened to lead satanic sex rituals and replacing murdered politicians with clones in industry of q influencers and interpreters followed bakers who gobbled up to brad crump drops and broke down queues cryptic messages on youtube and other platforms and a lot of different background and political beliefs. They all seem to agree. Politicians and elites are in a global in satanic sex trafficking cabal and donald trump will be the one to stop them and tika is an anti-fascist leaderless collective that makes itself known whenever anyone they consider a fascist or at all associated with the far right or white supremacy comes to town using a variety of tactics including pressuring venues to shut down and in some cases looting and straight up violence and teeth emerges and acts on the belief that if they don't fight fire with fire. they're simply going to become victims of intolerant nationalistic fascism. Down the road. Both of these groups have drawn a lot of media attention over the last year. Both groups have been interesting to look at this past week. Today you will learn about. The history of both antifa and cunanan was born in europe over a century ago. The other was born on the web. Just a few years ago and both have clashed violently. Several times in recent years and both groups have been pretty quiet january sixth
"tika" Discussed on KTOK
"Apologetic police detective who always conflict killer who always appeared much smarter until Columbo nailed him. William Links other hit series murder, she wrote Start. Angela Lansbury is a senior citizen mystery writer who solved murders. His knees confirmed a variety. That link died Sunday in Los Angeles at age 87. Explain. Thank you very much. I'm Michael Kastner. CBS studios is pumping the brakes on some of the most watched shows on TV, including NCS sang after the Labor union that represents film and television. Actors, journalists, radio personalities, recording artists and other media professional says NCS probably won't be the only delayed restart after the holidays. I'm the mutual off Florida man is in custody after the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office says he said his own truck on fire to give deputies something to do. 28 year old Kevin Murphy admitted to setting the blaze that deputies responded to near Crestview. Deputies also found a glass pipe in awe folded Dollar bill with traces of meth in his wallet. When asked why he did it, Murphy said. I wanted something for the sheriff's office to do and I wanted to give myself an early Christmas present. So I set my truck on fire. I'm Tom Roberts. Fire If you d B I It's time for your TV tip off Sunday night. The witchy drama Charmed conjures up its third season and 98 Central on the CW Monday. The side by action thrillers. Snowpiercer kicks off its second season on a new night Monday and 98 Central on TNT. On Tuesday. Tika Sumpter and Mark Paul Gasol ER are back for a second season of the comedy mixed ish at 9 38 30 Central on ABC following a new episode of blackish at its new night in time. Wednesday night, based on the Dark horse comic of the same name is the premiere of the side by comic drama resident Alien at 10 9 Central inside by Channel and that's your TV tip off on I Heart Radio way,.
With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change
"Pakistan has been experiencing extreme weather events for years and the government's consensus is that climate change is to blame as NPR's had deed reports. It's responded with an ambitious program I'm here in a park in the northern Pakistani city of Madan beside me is labor a taker and she scrapes this grab ground with a small trial. She's to plant dozens of pine saplings with the health of a few friends. But. What she really needs is a shovel. She'll bring the showers. Labor might be a teenage rookie, but she's clear on why she's doing this. It's our duty as a citizen to implement that can make planet a better place to live in labor. Got Her baby pines for free through government project called Plant for Pakistan the goal is to plant ten billion trees ten, billion within four years to combat deforestation. This is the prime minister Iran con speaking about the project at the World Economic Forum diverse Switzerland in January. Why is it important? For us to grow trees. For two reasons by thunderbird global warming. In our cities. Aleutian has become a silent killer. The massive tree planting program is just one part of Pakistan's broader environmental ambitions. This summa cum government announced a new electric vehicle policy and said it would get two thirds of its power from renewables within the decade from solar wind and hydro. Pakistan is not a high amidror of hate trapping greenhouse gases. But as the prime minister said, it's feeling the effects of global warming to the north. is a melting faster than ever before in its southern cities residents live through searing heat waves. This is a nutshell as the unfairness, the inequitability of climate change magnified in a place like history. That's Rachel cletus climate expert at the US based Union of concerned scientists she praises Pakistan's efforts but Pakistani environmentalists say the government's ambitious plans a hobbled by corruption the tree. Planting Initiative for instance exists alongside illegal logging the would sold to the construction and furniture industries. It's so widespread that residents coal, the loggers, the timber Mafia. Besides corruption activists, office alarm says Pakistan's ruling party is under the sway of powerful business interests back is what makes it so frustrating do even support units offer very good things that they do the government for example, has reduced taxes on electric motorbikes, rickshaws, trucks, and buses, but not cause and critics say powerful gas vehicle lobby carved out the loophole. And then there's coal. While, Pakistan aims to have two thirds of its power from renewables within a decade. The remaining third will come from coal powered plans. Back in that park and Martin a young student. Muhammed facility helps lay tika plant baby pines and he's already worried they won't survive the timber Mafia. Album. Labor Tika won't be discouraged. A climate activism is unusual for goal in this conservative town. When many women wear burqas, she says, her mother encourages her she says that we an example to the goals, and if you set a very good example than other people also permit there sisters and daughters to go out and do such prestigious works as Labor works. A little goal runs up and grabs a baby sapling she wants to plant it herself. But outside the park, an open jeep filled with logs trundles down the highway. Delayed NPR news.
Belarus' Svetlana Tikhanovskaya flees to Lithuania
"Opposition leader Svetlana Tika, No sky A fled to Lithuania earlier this week, some of her clothes political allies also fled from Belarus. We're joined by one of them who is in Moscow, Veronica except Hollow, helped organized Tikhonov sky. His campaign for president and in so doing helped create one of the largest expressions of dissent. Belarus has seen in years.
The Brown Mom's Guide to the Sweet Life with Thai Randolph and Tika Sumpter
"My name is Keith. ASSUMPTA I'm just introducing. And I'm an actor entrepreneur, producer and Creator Co Create Co founder of sugary. Dot Com and you know what happened. Three years ago was I had a child in my belly and I was searching for a space. I saw my likeness. You know and also not only just my likeness, but where everything didn't feel like it was death, doom and destruction for me. You know whether it was the statistics of me. You know because my parents got a divorce. I probably wouldn't make it with my Arner or simple things like dot deaths within childbirth, real situation and I, just like I've seen so much negative around black and Brown Mama's women of color. That I wanted to shine light on the things that were glorious about motherhood for us. I didn't want us to just be a community or feel like what was out. There was just surviving the thing rather than thriving and enjoying it like. Everyone else. Regardless of we think our kids are terrorists are not We should be able to say that with the same validation that everybody else has so That brought me to actually meeting ties through a mutual friend, and we sat together at a place called Soho House and we she. She ordered a blast. This champagne and I
Final Fantasy VII Remake Spoilercast
"Are going to begin the segment that you have been requesting for the past couple of weeks normally. This is where we were talking about what we've been playing but what we've been playing animal crossing which will talk about next week has been final. Fantasy seven remake. Thank you do square UNIX for providing US copies of final fantasy seven remake disclaimer? Out of the way. I don't even know where to begin with. Spoiler cast for final fantasy seven remake. Maybe with the spoiler warning full like Joe in case it wasn't clear that this was the spoiler cast and we're going to be spoiling the game It's going to happen. If you have not finished. Final fantasy seven enrolled credits. You may want to press pause on the PODCAST and come back to this after you have or if you like. You know what I'm good with it. You just get on this ride with us but now you have been properly warned and on that note. Britney to you. Oh God okay so I think the best way to start this off is by dissecting the ending because I think that will help us have the conversations about things that happen and maybe who some characters where I need to have a little a little discussion. Come to some mutual ground here so what I okay so I think it's obviously okay to talk about the events that transpired in the first file fantasy game and that that run parallel with this game however there are certain relationships like between cloud and stiffer off and era that. I think we shouldn't dive into because I think there's a lot of new people who are just have been introduced to the series. I don't want to spoil those pivotal moments now. Granted as we know going forward. We don't know what's going to happen in the next installments of final. Fantasy seven remake. Were getting them getting them. That said I think the way things are lying out in the way that the events unfolded and beginning actually for the majority of the remake. A that leads me to believe that. A lot of cannon who cloud is who suffer out that those things are all the same and I don't WanNa spoil that okay that's fair because I also yeah okay. What of my major pet peeves actually like granted? This was what third thirty hours ish but I was actually a little more irritated that they didn't dive a teeny tiny. Bit More under who suffer off is like I don't need. I didn't need them to do a lot with him but I wanted them to do more than just be like. Oh He's bad like he's he's he big evil man big sort than you do. I'm like what give me any sort of shred of information because clearly cloud you know him. You're having weird flashbacks you. You're clearly not okay. Which is a whole separate issue. Keeps saying you are. You're not which maybe a metaphor for all of us who knows. Maybe we'll have whisper stranding. That's okay so right so let's kind of like talk about the first thing that I think is important for. We dive into the ending. And that is the whispers the arbiters of the protectors of destiny. Now these dudes or girls or whatever these robes there's basically mentors that you look like the mentors for sure they are number were they. Those were in the first game. I don't at all okay. Well yes so. These are not in the original game and you can kind of think of these these figures as a rabid foul fantasy seven fans. Who Don't want any changes to happen to the story as it was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and what I mean by that is they. They're exempt their purpose is to keep destiny and fate on-track it. An example of this is toward the end where Barrett gets tablets separates Mezzaluna or one of his big spear right. It's big old sort sore. That he constantly shows off and his leg look at. My lungs pointed at the camera. It's lung and you see how big this is my Soroush anyway. Yeah so in the original Game Barrett does not die there or maybe he doesn't die at all who could say but that's not his time today which is even though you see him get stabbed Wade. Barrett didn't die because of Britain's getting two. Okay so think of whispers are trying to hold up the main events of the original file fantasy seven. Make it a little. Mehta here but stick with me. Let me know if you have any questions okay. So yes when Barrett gets stabbed. He should have died from that right but the fact that he did. It is because the whispers interfered or like now dog. This isn't how it goes down. We're GONNA make sure you're still alive. Think about in the Church with era in cloud any original game era cloud flee the church and in this game you see the whispers literally pick them up and shove them through the door to get them out and then they escape they like literally force them to fucking move and another example is wedged when you guys sector seven wedge originally dies there as those big Asda's Jesse but in this game wedge survives that whole scenario and then towards the end though we hear him we see him getting shoved out of the building. And all you hear Glass Shatter. And then you're left to assume that he did fall to his death rate because wedge was supposed to die. He was not supposed to live. Is this making sense? Yes one hundred per okay. Wonderful the whispers. I was like okay once once. They finally explained what they were supposed to be. Obviously until that point. They don't explain it until you're almost dead at the game but once that explanation throws like all right but I didn't i. I'm glad you did the comparison with the original because I didn't know like I couldn't remember all the details of what had been happening. Yeah I have questions about that but I'm going to hold them until you're with your explanation. Okay cool because yeah. If you had never played original file fantasy seven you wouldn't know how the events specifically are to unfold right for me. I had a feeling I knew what was I were when they were surrounding Jesse in sect when she's in sector seven and she has the grenade in her hand right and she's like I never miss and she went to throw it but the thing like detonated a little early and that's where she died because she was getting through the whispers interfere like dog. You have to diet here and same with biggs when you see him kind of slouched against whatever metal. He was slouched against you. See the whisper circling him like okay. We've done the thing like this is what's supposed to happen to you and this is why we're here at this point like oh so it was kind of cool watching the rest of except he's in like a hospital bed at the end. Yeah that's a whole nother thing. Okay Super Weird because the thing collapsed on you right like all the whole damn case in explosive flame like there's no way the bigs would have survived. There's no way really that Wedgewood have survived like there's a heat at least a little bit more of a plausibility because he was on the ground. And it's possible that he it on what they think. They are looting to he tripped and fell into this whole. That's I should find your. And he did survive that encounter but then when he's in Chinnery member he kinda gets force out the window rate by the whispers at the very end and I think you said like I just wanted to make a difference and you hear the Yeah Poor Baby Squirrel. We don't know about him so I agree with you with that. Whole big theory. Let's hold onto that for a second. So I had this recap the vice dot com just because I think could be a good refresher so. The game concludes with a battle against stiffer but to challenge him to characters have to first defeat the whispers fates and the moments leading up to this the characters witness flashes of the original game storyline cloud sees Eric. Die The entire group watches red thirteen in his children running through the ruins of the old world. They make the conscious decision to fight. Fate vanish banish the whispers into their own course and with the whisperers defeated. They're able to do so. The characters are outside of mid Garden and fast and open world uncertain of what the future holds. The unknown journey will continue. The screen reads as the Camera. Pans up into the clouds implying that the future is open to change that continent. Continuity isn't as important as telling a good story. Now the tool secretes have okay. So that moment for me was pretty fucking crazy because when they were fighting. The crucial accrue across the whispers. All of the Big Harvard or harbinger were harbinger. Whatever the fuck they were you got the three little boys and you've got the very very big boy. Yeah and you're seeing the flash red thirteen running up that mountainside which is kind of like an iconic scene from the end of the original fantasy seven. You see her death scene. She's trying to summon holy email. Which is I can't go into that. You see these things happen and then when I you but are you telling me that the final boss fight. We got at the end of final fantasy. Seven is actually the final fight of the whole game of the original. No she's saying that the when you when you had those flashes when you were fighting him those were some of the ending. Parts of the original game like those were some of the ending scenes so that part of the game. But not of the whole game right. Kerr so okay. I'll try to explain this again in a better way. Okay I mean it's it's admittedly very confused girl. No it's fucking confusing as hell. Okay so you have all of the characters. And they're all I think this is before they're getting ready to fight all the the big whisper bosses. They're seeing flashbacks that you see. The flashback of red running you see the flashback of air dying or of rain. You see other little flashbacks and this is the quote. Maybe this will help you remember. Remember someone asked what the Hell Oracene probably bear it and read says this is what happens if we fail today. Yes and that was before all the final bosses but what that because I've played final fantasy seven and I've seen that Indian when he said when we're seeing all of those scenes that I know are the South China Sea seven and he says this is what happens if we fail today immediately. I'm like this is an alternate time line. And that's what my mind just fucking ball. I had anyway Andrea. Are you following or is it still confusing? I mean admittedly going to be confused. Okay but I think like there's there's more questions I have than just that stare continue. Continue on okay. So we'll cover some more of the ground here so you have the the whispers the big boy and if you use your assess material on the big boy it says this guy appears when someone tries to alter destinies course and then for us the assessment Syria on the small guys says they are an entity from a future timeline that has manifested in the present day. They protect the future that gay shape to it. So like right there shows that you're fighting essentially against these things that are trying to prevent alternate timelines or prevent fate from being changed. So that was making me do while we want to go and watch original final fantasy like information. Because I don't remember I played definitely had read thirteen when I was playing seven whenever I did like ten years ago. But that's as far as I got. I had him for a little while and then I didn't play again. I never made it to the ending. I never made it through a lot to these pivotal moments and so to know that now. Theoretically they're trying to alternate timeline it and I want to kind of compare like okay. Well what was the beginning of that game again because against a really long time to the beginning of this? And what would they be fighting against? And what are they fighting for and like trying to map? These things out I think is interesting. Yeah so the Andrea in simple terms is that you have original final fantasy seven from nineteen ninety seven right and I gave us people know it. Is You have cloud and Tika and back then areas and separate off the big bad guy and everyone knows that areas in that game dies.
Nancy Rommelmann Digs Into the #Meneither Controversy
"Nancy. Hey I'm so glad to be here with you. Thanks for joining us well yet. Maybe we should start with your ear passes food writer. Tell me about that Schumer. So when I first started working as a journalist it was in nineteen ninety four And I had a knife column in in Los Angeles where I lived at the time and But you know and I was also reading with really super long on features I interviewed cereal. Kalaniiki see and just like really chunky sort of more difficult stuff but you have to bring money right and I thought well what do I like and I was like. Well let food in writing so maybe it dabble in that and get a call one day from this woman that says hey this is Barbara Fairchild from petit and I've been reading your work and I'd like to if you'd like to go skiing for us. In in Sun Valley it was literally those like who is moments call but she had read my narrative. Work look into start. I had a good voice and I wound up writing for not on and off. Mostly travel pieces. They send me to these places for about ten years I did some food writing in La when Jonathan Gold Gourmet for awhile took his column over at the L. A.. Week later it was just something I always kind of did but the reason I n WanNa keep moved up to Portland. I wrote for I wrote restaurant reviews for a week and I had a column in the monthly. But the problem for me is that I never primarily considered myself a food writer. I was doing like really long features and articles and profiles including stops that really I really was invested in but I kept getting known as a food writer. I actually just at some point said I'm not doing it anymore because my my first love was writing different kinds of journalism so I kinda ditched. Yeah well I mean your work as hard hitting and you tackle really really difficult subjects things that tend to fascinate me. I have to just keep following the thread so so so What what have you worked on recently listeners? To check out well I Have I've been waiting for reason magazine And and sort of having to do with with sometimes with free speech or wait now where people are not interested interested in other people having free speech. I've written several articles Roy them having to do with Berlin stuff that happened for instance the city council Banning hate groups but not naming who they were and then the big sort of big got a thing down by the waterfront between the problems and Tika everybody screaming free meet each other. You know we live in a very a very polarized environment right now. We're nobody wants anybody else to be allowed to say anything and that's been sort of fascinating waiting for me. And what a journalist to cover and you've really experienced this personally. In a way that intersects with the food industry Yeah and exercising sizing your free speech Maybe we can talk a little bit about. It was just about a year ago that you launched your video blog right. It actually trait about last December and other journalists nine nine New York. We kept having these really long email threads about stuff. We saw going on in the culture that we thought needed to be aired out One incident was Gento Zinat talion actress. She was Anthony Dance girlfriend. She'd been sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. Then onto have like a ten year relationship with him on and off she really had become sort of the face of the metoo movement one of the phases of metoo movement. I written about her already. I'd foot night interviewed reviewed her years ago and then After her boyfriend Anthony Bourdain killed himself. it turned out that she'd had sex. The seventeen year olds and Dana had been paying off the seventeen year old and then she denied it and she sort of got caught in a a bad situation that maybe should fessed up to But she didn't initially and my friend. I were questioning whether she was really the best face of the me too. It's like you Wanna be able to have this incredible momentum be able to fly straight and we just didn't think she she was and so we talked about it on air. We talked about some other stuff. My friend had written about some of the heads of the women's March who were deeply anti Semitic and that it was problematic so we talked about things that I didn't think that they were particularly controversial. I thought that they were pretty sensible. And pretty data-based but we live in an environment right. Now we're if you are not sorta according to some people if you're not on that party line like you can only believe this way and if you're not forest against us and Some people in Portland decided that my views were very dangerous. And in order to make their beliefs known went to the press about it and decided the way to to state their displeasure was to a boycott and and really slide. My husband's business restarted roster and It was pretty effective in terms of Really getting the entire city who for fifteen years really loved her husband's business like never problem. family owns. I never. That was something mistake they thought and I thought that was really just wish people would come to talk to me. Because that's what I do. I host shows I interview people all and if People WanNa have a conversation with me I opened that door and we have a lot of writing bad people go online and they can website and see wherever about it but happily we all move on and we go onto the next interesting phases of life and work with more information than we had because when these kinds of things happen can you really try to sit and think all right. So what was this really about. What is really what is really animating people And how do we you better conversations. That's what I'm super committed to always work and and now probably never. Yeah and I just. It's kind of stunning. Yeah I mean your husband. Didn't Johnson is an artisanal coffee roaster and he really just cares about high quality coffee and he had to close one of his locations He lost asked loses biggest customer. Will we have a location at Nikolai. That was the lease was up in a month and the temperature was just so hot and so not that we just want like. Let's just close this early early. Yeah wholesale definitely definitely did flee but one of the reasons was because I mean I know this only because Blah Blah but you know the people that were angry. They called all his customers. And said you know you will drop or Streto or else and that was the problem. People believe me I can understand not wanting to be in the middle of the stuff. It's not fun. It takes a lot of time very stressful but it was. You know super unpleasant situation nation having said that did is doing well. And I'm to lots and lots of projects and you. You know these things happen in your life changes but in many ways it's changed for the better so there you go. Yeah but you know what strikes me as interesting is as if it were another if you had this video blog and your husband had a different sort of business like an accounting firm or an insurance agency. I don't know that this would have happened. I I feel like right now. Food and beverage are so much in the in the public eye that played a role. Well it's visible okay. Like if if my husband had been an accountant it's like frankly. His appliance would have been like whatever they would. They're not the demographic that's going to get super woke up about this kind of stuff right right. So you've got who goes to coffee shops you know young people and then we'd have reading series and we'd always had it had been a very sort of friendly and social environment. So you know they're going to try to hit you. Were you hurt. I mean if they come around like wow. Nancy is a terrible frisbee player. Like I don't mm cure but they make sure that you know it's going to affect you and it's going to be public because that's we're sort of I guess The satisfaction what really does make me SAM on. I've talked about this a lot before the idea that people will take pleasure in uh other people's suffering I mean seriously catherine I just cry. It's like that's this. This way is really lies madness. You know if you just think the way to forward in the world is to make sure were that people. You don't like suffer publicly. This is a this. Is Everybody's what he's doing this on the left and the right right now. I watched the impeachment hearings today. It's not a good way to live and I don't think it's a good way to live for the people who are proponents of it either. It's just it's unhappy
The Two Best Gifts for Travelers Under $100
"The first gift I have on my list. Oh what a classic classic the Pencil Tika. Xp headlamp a headlamps just a classic travel staple minds probably about fifteen years old. Still going strong long. Never had any problems with it and take it on almost every trip. I always find a use for a headlamp and you think well. What do I need a flashlight for in this day and age? Yeah I guess I guess you could use your phone but sometimes you WANNA go hands free and a good headlamp is something that's indispensable for the traveler. So I really recommend having a headlamp You already know this if you camp or hike or do anything like that but even regular travelers. I've used this thing so many times in hostels in weird situations relations where I've just needed some light and this is a great brand it's basic it's functional. Does everything you need and it lasts as you can see like I said I've I've had mine for a decade plus so get one of those and you won't be disappointed number two the Swiss army knife. I mean it's a classic right if you don't have a Swiss army knife or you know somebody that's traveling doesn't have a Swiss army knife. You should pick one up. It's got all the tools that you need and if you want to add a personal touch I highly recommends engraving it because that can be a nice thing to have for somebody that you're giving this as a gift to. I have won multiple Swiss army knife. That's engraved and it's always nice is to look at that and I'm holding my Swiss army knife right now you can probably hear me rattling around in my hands. It's just got everything you need in one spot so really Swiss army knife a no brainer. Now if you're checking if you're not checking your bag you can carry on a knife as you know so that can be a problem but for some trips road trips or trips. You're checking a bag. It's great to have a Swiss army knife with
Wired gets the tea on three years of struggle at Google
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard and get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace and by click share an award-winning wireless presentation system with with click share and you're meeting you can share your screen instantly from any device click share instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect visit. Click share free trial dot com to learn more and sign up for your free trial. Google employees are fighting with each other and with their bosses. Is that a problem for the bottom line from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm ali would google as a company has a long history of internal disagreement and activism but in recent years that internal uh-huh culture where employees are encouraged to argue with executives and with each other and to protest decisions and policies they don't like has become an external culture altered to employees have protested against google over politics hiring how the company deals with sexual harassment and business decisions like whether the company company should do business in china or make deals with the pentagon. Natasha chiku is a senior writer at wired. She wrote september's cover story about tensions at google and and we called her up for quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story i asked her at what point do these employees tensions become a risk to the business it just calls your focus from one area and even if all you're doing is making incremental changes to avoid bad press after a walkout when you are trying trying to compete with jeff bezos and compete with mark zuckerberg and compete with all the startups who all of a sudden in the middle of the tech backlash see an opening for themselves the idea that you have to placate your employees is certainly a distraction or that's how they view it. Are the divisions at google probably happening at every every company like are they a microcosm. Yeah i think so. I mean their internal. Social networks certainly operate like microcosm of the external social networks. I think the difference is that they have decided that google isn't listening and so they're gonna take these debates outside but we've seen somewhat of the same thing inside facebook where there <unk> our representatives who could be described as having like far-right or reactionary right politics and then people who are also on the far left i. I don't know that employees other companies feel like they're still going to have their jobs if they speak out but there are certainly those divisions happening pressure on across the political spectrum on companies from their own employees. Is this gonna be the new normal at google or do you think google is really going to have to work to change the hardest thing a company can do i know but is google going to have to work to change. Its culture in order to survive this level of distraction. I think this is definitely the new normal and i'd i'm not sure that google wants to you know they really do pride themselves on having this open internal forum for debate you know when i talked to who executive for this story and i asked like are you going to try to shut down these internal forms and they said no. It's such a huge part of our culture and i know they they would have such such an internal backlash if they tried to kind of officially clamp down so they might be trying to find ways to <hes> influence the discussion that aren't as drastic as no more <hes> mailing lesser no more google plosser no more kind of talking to the press. Natasha tico is a senior writer at wired at our website marketplace tech dot dot org. We'll have a link to her story. Three years of misery inside google the happiest company in tech and now for some related links one thing natasha who notes in her piece is that google's biggest external protests came in two thousand eighteen when twenty thousand implode walked out to protest how the company handles sexual harassment claims that was sparked partly by revelations that the company had paid android creator andy rubin some ninety million dollars for him to leave google after allegations of sexual misconduct but tika reports that despite some small changes is it google as a result of the protests. Only a few of the organizers of that walkout are still at the company last month. The second of two primary organizers meredith whitaker mccurry left google. We have linked to the internal goodbye. She wrote about leaving which was later shared on medium whitaker said she and the other woman who spearheaded the walkouts both face retaliation taliation which google denies but she also said in her post that she's leaving to work on the ethical use of artificial intelligence technology and that she feels she can't do that work at google which is a little scary and protesting is of course still alive and well inside google just wednesday employees started a petition internally early and on medium demanding google not bid on a big cloud computing contracts with customs and border patrol because of concerns over human rights family separation and and the treatment of migrant children at the border as of this writing the petition had about eight hundred supporters and we should note that it's not only google where employees are protesting company policies postseason business decisions casey newton at the verge points out that google may have just started a trend. That's now also happening. Amazon salesforce microsoft and riot games games to name a few stephanie party produced marketplace tech tro is our senior producer. Sarah brugere is our engineer. I'm ali would have a great weekend everyone <music>. This is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by click share an award-winning wireless presentation system with click share in you're meeting you can share your screen instantly from any device no more awkward small talk or wasted time as you wait for tech problems to be fixed click share instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet or phone onto presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect visit. Click share free trial dot com to learn more and sign up for your free trial.
Right-wing demonstrators and antifa clash in Portland
"Following some additional details out of Portland on us. Fiasco involving antiques, apparently proud boys, which are the other side. They're like the more right wing guys. And something called the hashtag him to movement. So these, these opposing groups demonstrating Portland got out of hand. They said something like three right wing groups present, including the proud boys and the him to movement. Many members of the rose city and tika gathered. Apparently to oppose them, and they were chanting proud boys are not welcome here. No hate no fear. Portland. Police say the protests were planned, and they weren't planned. Okay. And there weren't any permits for any of this stuff, usually aren't this kind of stuff. Get started on social media, and you got a lot of young people who are buying into extreme left and extreme, right? Ideologies. They're buying into it because it's a group think situation. Like I said, I've talked to these people, I've covered this stuff. Police. We're in right gear. There were clashes mostly verbal, but the police department confirmed that some people had milkshakes because some people are getting milkshakes thrown. But some of those milkshakes were. We're made with quick drying cement, so they were wet but they were throwing cement on people so far, no arrests. We know that, that journalists as I mentioned earlier, he would on video sent out a tweet video tweet said he'd been injured and had stuff thrown on them and thrown at him. So as face all swollen he was beat up and bleeding, and he says that was antifa.
Top US cardinal accused of protecting deputy after sex abuse
"The cardinal leading the Catholic church response of the clergy sex abuse crisis is accused of mishandling of sexual misconduct. K tika says she was manipulated into a sexual relationship with Monsignor Frank Rossi. Took a woman, the way to church truly looking for God. And he took me for himself Rossi was a deputy to Houston cardinal Daniel DiNardo went to DeNardo said all the right things. You are a victim you were courageous. We owe you everything did the right thing than their reaction was completely different. Archdiocese still the AP. The relationship was consensual Rossi was placed on leave and was transferred. Tickets husband says the cardinal warned the archdiocese would respond aggressively to any legal challenge and the fallout would hurt their family and
Nations Agree On Rules To Put Paris Climate Agreement Into Action
"Tika a polish official gaveling UN. Sponsored meeting of almost two hundred nations to a close after they agreed on a set of rules for implementing the Paris climate accord, the agreement provides guidelines for how countries report their greenhouse gas emissions and their efforts to reduce them the meeting postponed decisions about taking more ambitious actions against climate change, and creating and regulating market for countries to trade carbon emissions. Scientists say emissions of gases such as carbon dioxide need to drop sharply by twenty thirty to prevent potentially catastrophic. Global warming, President Trump pull the United States out of the accord, but that does not take effect until twenty twenty protesters
Bitcoin, Kalamazoo Michigan and John Fetzer discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends
"To discuss developments in his most recent work on the nature of gravity levitation and, contradictions, in. Physics in the second half Bryan c. Wilson professor of comparative. Religion at western Michigan university Kalamazoo Michigan he'll recount the, life of John fetzer I very successful businessman early last century whose quest for spirituality outside mainstream religion change the rich and complex history of metaphysical religious in the mid west and the, United States at large that's tonight on coast to coast AM with George Noory your phone calls questions, comments for the author of who murdered Elvis right here on coast to coast AM stay with us July of two thousand seventeen bitcoin was down. Forty percent by bitcoin at crypto currency expertise to worry from Palm Beach letter wrote about it. Announcement that would bring enormous amounts of money in the bitcoin at the time bitcoin was. Trading at around eighteen hundred fifty dollars a coin he said then bitcoin could hit ten thousand. Dollars people thought he was nuts we're in the middle of a horrific bear market by the end of last year though. Bitcoin hit twenty thousand forward to, today tika just announced like last year another big, event, is. Happening it.
Video of worm crawling in fish dinner catches the ire of popular Asbury Park restaurant
"Jersey's, first news five seven Dan arrows commuter weather we have temperatures that are. In the sixties and seventies the seventies and eighties, and we, do have, the possibility, of some showers popping up this afternoon thunderstorms could roll through. In parts of the state tonight this off and on showery weather pattern will continue for a couple of days Dan will have more on that coming up in just a couple. Of minutes the lawyer for four women who, accused Stockton university of failing to protect them from, getting raped in an off campus frat house expects more women to come forward Robert. Fuji says he's getting calls and emails, from other victims all alleged doctor turned a blind eye to what. Was going on at the PHI Kappa PHI house a non sanctioned fraternity with a reputation for plying young coeds with. Alcohol university posted a statement saying they're taking steps to increase student, security but did not address the lawsuits directly The go fund me account has. Been set up to help pay funeral expenses for tika Justice the Hamilton, township woman who died almost, instantly, when, her house, suddenly collapsed. From decades of water damage to the foundation pastor Joseph woods the Saint Philip's, Baptist church says in addition to the go fund me account we are. Accepting donations in the form of cash visa gift cards. Not specific to a particular store as well as money orders and checks Hamilton. Mayor Kelly eighty says what happened is a horrible tragedy and she supporting efforts. To collect money for the woman's funeral everyone particularly in times of tragedy times of trauma he the support to be. Able to lay a family member to rest. With grace with dignity in Hamilton David Matthau New Jersey mono. One point five news a child is in critical condition this morning after stopping breathing at a Central, Jersey waterpark paramedics were called the crystal springs water park in East Brunswick Monday afternoon but it is still not clear this morning what happened, the town owned at waterpark has pool Tubing water slides jury selection sent to begin of the trial of President Trump's. Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will appear in federal court in Virginia today for the first trial arising from special counsel Robert. Muller's investigation Manafort is accused of concealing tens, of millions of dollars in income from the, IRS and fraudulently obtaining millions more Bank loans trial comes as Trump, and his lawyers have dialed up the intensity of the attacks on Muller. Where us, governor Murphy his, office confirms he's on vacation but, won't say where perhaps Italy Murphy bought a Twenty-three room multimillion. Dollar, mansion on the side of a hill and. A small talion village you pay just over seven million for the sprawling property in two thousand four but, his office would not say. If that's, where the families headed for the next eleven days when smoking is banned on all public jersey beaches next summer who will enforce it the police lifeguards the law, the governor, Murphy signed this month doesn't specify who will. Be responsible? The governor says it should not be Up to the lifeguards to decide enforcement but in Harvey cedars that's exactly who. Is enforcing the local law beach, patrols spokesman Brian Devlin says currently there's a local ordinance that prohibits smoking between the flag during lifeguard hours from ten AM to five PM. He says most people abide by the law but it'd beachgoers ignore the lifeguards, he says police could be called into hand at a summons which lifeguards cannot do meantime in long branch the first community bend smoking on the beach acting business administrator Kevin Hayes says police have been responsible, for enforcing the smoke band since two thousand three jenner's alone New. Jersey one zero one point five news New Jersey one oh one point five news time five ten a New Jersey woman got taken for, a hundred thousand dollars catfish on a dating app, by a man she thought she was dating the Hoboken woman, says they met online she believed that he was. Her boyfriend they talked often online never in person. He said he lived in New York. But had to move back to Turkey he asked her for money several times over a six month. Period each time she, wired money to different Bank accounts with different names but only. When they stopped, talking, did she think to call police prosecutors and police are warning New Jersey residents about the dangers of Vigilanteism. After Manchu, a resident set up his own, version of to catch a predator. Filming his interactions with a suspect state police sergeant Jeff Flynn says that when you see any kind of. Crime you should never follow a suspect or get involved that includes robberies, fights and out of control vehicles you may pass on the highway traffic violation person can, get pertinent information and. Pullover over, one safe Dial nine. Wander pound seventy seven vigilantes can make. Things worse by inserting themselves into a. Situation and risking their, lives you never. Know if a suspect is armed Daniella, Burson New Jersey one of one point. Five news popular Asbury park restaurant is blaming patron for trying to. Ruin their, reputation after the patron posted video of a parasitic worm, crawling out of a piece of fish they just been served for the one hundred thousand have viewed the video on Jim Guineas Facebook page Stella marina made its own Facebook posts calling Guineas post callous irresponsible a squiggling, worm on your plate they suggest could have happened, to anyone whether cooking at home or at a restaurant timeout, New Jersey's first news five twelve Dan says we. Still have the threat of some rain for the. Next few days we'll have an extended..