33 Burst results for "Tobago"

Interview With Joanna of Joanna E.

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Joanna of Joanna E.

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hello my name. is joanna from joanna eve Business i am from new york city in currently live in new york city. Beautiful so joanna. Please tell us about how you grew up so you were born and raised in new york. Your family is from trinidad and tobago to pick So talk to us about what it was like growing up. First generation trinidadian beggaring american. So i pretty much grew up in queens raised and which is a very diverse Borrow but for the most part. I grew up in lake southeast. Clean so There's more like black. American on some lessening americans in that area but Some of my older brothers and sisters. They live from brooklyn In mike flatbush Areas too so. We grew up pretty american like eating on foods. I for the most part mate myself and my older brother like the three young. Have six brothers and sisters. So i'm the thanks Of seven so Older brother anger sister will like the baby so we pretty much grew american but very much caribbean on around the holidays. We always ate Caribbean foods Listen to korea music.

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2020 Olympics (MM #3776)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

2020 Olympics (MM #3776)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, the 2020 Olympics are finally here and I'm sure you're going to expect me to talk about covid-19 and how they've been delayed for a year, but I don't even care about that. I'm questioning the viability of the Olympics in our current world and I mean, partly political, but I mean, partly the world. We live in today, back in my youth seeing all these athletes from all across the world. People you'd never seen before was interesting was special but now thanks to worldwide television. Thanks to numerous twenty-four-hour. Sports networks, I can pretty much see any athlete any day of the week, no matter where they are on earth. There's always a camera to catch what they're doing. So are the Olympics still viable today? Does it really matter if we choose the greatest athlete in the world, from whatever particular country? It is. Now I spoke the other day about a Nashville athlete, she could make the US team. So she's going to be a part of the Trinidad and Tobago team. My wife's tired of hearing about this, I won't be watching any Olympics just because I don't understand what the big deal is anymore. Am I wrong?

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2020 Olympics (MM #3776)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

2020 Olympics (MM #3776)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, the 2020 Olympics are finally here and I'm sure you're going to expect me to talk about covid-19 and how they've been delayed for a year, but I don't even care about that. I'm questioning the viability of the Olympics in our current world and I mean, partly political, but I mean, partly the world. We live in today, back in my youth seeing all these athletes from all across the world. People you'd never seen before was interesting was special but now thanks to worldwide television. Thanks to numerous twenty-four-hour. Sports networks, I can pretty much see any athlete any day of the week, no matter where they are on earth. There's always a camera to catch what they're doing. So are the Olympics still viable today? Does it really matter if we choose the greatest athlete in the world, from whatever particular country? It is. Now I spoke the other day about a Nashville athlete, she could make the US team. So she's going to be a part of the Trinidad and Tobago team. My wife's tired of hearing about this, I won't be watching any Olympics just because I don't understand what the big deal is anymore. Am I wrong?

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"tobago" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

Bro Bro Bro Bets

08:04 min | 3 months ago

"tobago" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

"Ten play the super dfs play. I'll let you outta here on this. If it's not brooks who do you. Have the most confidence in taking home declared joe other than jon rahm honestly guys a guy like a lot is patrick. Can't lay he's thirty five one. I like can't late lack this week. And if you want a little longer shot. I like hires english. He sixty two one that you could play in really good form but just remember this for betting purposes. If there's no land in his plan really easy black bet more cala if there is win playing really difficult take a lot to look look at speeds and patrick ry those guys playing well inside condition. So that'd be my advice reliability. Jeff we can't thank you enough. Tell them how to subscribe so that they can get your tax to live bet on sundays. It's been on fire please. You guys just check out the cut maker. Pipe dot com at maker pot on on twitter. Just text the word golf eight five five and for the price of large pizza you all every play. We make all weekend long wise. Live betting golf. Where at folks so rich you guys. Let's us go come through with a win. If not a who. We live in another along the way. Good luck this weekend. We appreciate it. Thank you thank you thank you. You're gonna watch the euros this weekend over british open tony. We fucking rub my nose in it. I didn't do. I would never do such a thing so you got jeff on it. Gives out his. He texas every single weekend brighton. Bright and early. I mean they're going to be. They're going to be late coming in late so we got toward junkies coming on at four thirty so in between then what you wanna do. What is its own. Do you want to look at some premier league week. One line for tonight for soccer gold collar on here. Trinidad and tobago salvador. Tnt salvador won their first game to nothing. Guatemala trinidad and tobago tied mexico. Real trinidad tobago. Double chance minus one. Sixty t and t. I will take mixed. At and t. tonight against l. salvador explosive they can play utah mexico. You can play some mexico already has a draw in this world cup gorka. That's what i meant. Yeah so there's people will reeling from their loss in the concave See i don't know. I haven't looked did mexico's roster i don't know if it's a dozen feel like even canada didn't brings. I doubt he's probably playing in the. Mls rate is that. What does that no. Yeah he's playing galaxy o how the mighty a phone. It's mit actually. Lets you always do is take a look at game for it yeah. We got the nba finals. We do have the reason that is flying under the radar. I don't know if it's flying under the radar for everyone while considered said the vegas was considerably said that after the euro's daphne's fucking cleared out and no one was there for the nba finals game. Nba's die that's not true. That's very well the ratings as well my friend well 'cause they're happening on twitter mostly they just need to figure out how to better. Okay speaking of nba. I lost last night team. Usa did cover. They were due to anybody in the well. You know what. I fucked up. I look at argentina's roster before to nobly wasn't planning generally wasn't playing lewis skull. It looks like michael now and you know who's leading that team fucking composite who i talked. Shoot about on the nuggets for a month. Either best word. I think so so. That is tough. That was on me tonight. Sons plus four and a half bucks minus four and a half. I'm not touching that line for a while the over under sitting to twenty for a long time. It's now at two twenty one minute. What are you doing for tonight's game. I'm going with the box. And i'm gone with the over. We're getting back to the well tonight. Let's go you've turned on the sun. Rays is raising. Just all said that wrong and we said that wrong you taking the sons and the points. I'm taking the sons and the over up to twenty. Let's go. i'm also taking the signs on the money. Line one sixty eight on the plus you taking a parlay with capita. I have no. Because i have a same game pilot of the over. The over of eight points the over of aids rebounds the over booker's points and the over of chris paul's cysts and phoenix to win and the over on the team total. I have same game partly. It's plus three thousand. So i looked at minutes from the game that the sons one because i figured maybe they'll try to replicate the minutes from that game. Took whoever played the least amount of minutes took their unders. And i took the minute. I looked at the minutes from the last game. That milwaukee one. I said you know they're probably gonna play similar in sub sub pattern and stuff like that. So i'm going under six and a half point cam johnson. This might get me. Because he's been shooting. Well cam johnson under eight and a half points bobby. Portis under six and a half and then brook lopez's under points rebounds and threes the the bucks when small ball and they played. Well so i'm thinking maybe hopefully brooks brook lopez doesn't see much you see this comeback booths for tonight. I did what do you think don't hate it. Made use it. I yeah. I can't hate it. They'll come back both. Yeah i kinda hate it. Talk years three does logos taco and We got another guest coming on at four thirty. We're gonna fill up the lines. Connor said he would go back around. Four twenty five. And then we'll take your calls after toward junkies on eight three three four one eight three three four six two three three three. That's one eight three three four six two three three three. If you wanna call the money line we'll get to you after toward junkies. One eight three three four six two two three three three daikin caller to dive into a few. Epl real quick before you get off the boost in the nba game three by two. It's double time tonight. Also throw in that. Let's go to first and second half plus four hundred gs. There's a boost phoenix. Cover and chris paul to score twenty plus nope and then janas minus sixteen and a half combined points rebounds in assists versus devon booker. That's a lot of this law. They always way too much. I mean the honest. There's no one that stopping you honest right now. I thought jae crowder made but no one stopping us. Right now Yeah what do you got this week. One yes sorry not week one match day. One there you go. These are ones that you just want to look at. I mean there's no shame in hopping on them now. Man cities modest one sixty against tottenham. I've no idea what this team is going gonna look like Sonny boy started is every cain they're like hurricane needs a little bit of rest. Okay just let him rest..

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Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

Short Wave

03:44 min | 8 months ago

Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

"All right emily kwong lay some of that chocolate goodness on me. You got it because chocolate is the true meaning of valentine's day only chocolate. This pure can be this. So i love you but lactose intolerant. Why are you doing this to me. I thought about this. The thing that gives chocolate. Its flavor is dairy free. Did you know cocoa comes from a fruit that grows these amazing looking multicolored cacao pods and i was. Cd's read things hanging from the trees. While what are these things. This is food scientists. Darren ostrom suka at the cocoa research center at the university of the west indies. Speaking with simmons safety and our friends at life kit about his fascination with cacao pods. It's like it's like a football shape. Fruit it can be smooth. It can be wate. it can have ridges. Darren saw these pods all over the place. Growing up in trinidad and tobago. They grow on the couch. Frey or theobroma cacao in under story crop of the tropical rainforest meaning they grow pretty close to the ground and the exterior of these pods is hard like it's tough but not so tough that critters can't break it open to go on a little cow binge correct if i was a squirrel. This would be what i would do. I mean absolutely. Darren breaks open a pod with a special tool kind of like a dull michigan it resists when gives time what it feels very satisfying on. Then when you twist the blade you hear a sort of crunch on you see opening insite describes the inside of the pod like a sticky cobwebs it has rows of caucases which he calls beans covered in this gummy white pulp called musa delicious mm-hmm usage and the aroma hits immediately. I'm spending my and it smells. Citrusy like like citrus flowers. It's like a subtle perfume Yeah there's so much flavor potential in these cacao beans at this point once the pot is opened fermentation begins so after. The seeds are removed from the pod. They're collected and transported to an area where they can ferment for days. Yeah and naturally occurring microbes breakdown. Those beans unlock their flavor notes. I i did not know that. Quang i mean for meditation gotta love it. Kind of sounds like like wine a little bit. Maybe a little bit. Yeah kinda if you think of cacao beans grapes and the tastes does reflect the ecosystem from which it came. The beans are then sorted roasted and sold to chocolate-makers to become the chocolate. You know and love. it can be fruity. it can be floral. It can be bright. So i like to think of a flavor profile that cuckoo offense to be like a good piece of music is we. What makes a good piece of chocolate is a harmonious 'presentation of flavor notes that in balance with each other at the coco research centre. He works on the level of genetics and with farmers to optimizing flavor and adopting their crops to climate change and disease. Darren even works with the cacao. Farm used to pass as a child. Chocolate is something he just can't stay away from is like with ocala. Florida is she. You can check out anytime you want. But you've been the relieve gets on the skin and it becomes your positive your consciousness so for me. I don't really work at a job. I work at

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"tobago" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"tobago" Discussed on WTOP

"Boards at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red at 8 15 years, Frank Hanrahan. Well, we expected a lot of points and that's exactly what we've got here a toe halftime wizards Oh trail, the Brooklyn that 71 65. Good First Safir. Russell Westbrook of the Wizard's 17 points Really, with some energy play there in that first half of the defense, certainly giving up way too many points, but that's what you expect new face of Brooklyn Nets. 71 65 Wizards, trailing Brooklyn at the break, was trying to snap a four game skid and Brooklyn's trying to extend its winning streak to five in a row Capitals off to a great start 60 and three as they beat the Bruins last night, and they'll face Boston again on Monday night at Capital One Arena PJ Tour. It was the farmer's insurance open, and it goes the way of Patrick Reid. As he wins it at 14 under par as he was five shots better than a slew of golfers, including Tony Female, So Patrick agreed wins. The farmers Insurance open. Easy Birdies 18 14 under par, and he collects the big check. There's a U. S men's national team game going on right now versus Trinidad and Tobago, and it is four zip United States of America. Paul Areola of D. C. United has two goals so far for the U. S team up for zip late in the first half. Frank and read a bit Seop Sports and still ahead. It was the best of times and actually, that was it The best of times for kids ate 17. This is Governor Larry Hogan. I want to sincerely thank.

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The Story of The Wandering Pier

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:13 min | 10 months ago

The Story of The Wandering Pier

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current shin and the name of your business. This this pair. I'm from trinidad. And tobago and london. And i'm currently located in nine malaysia. And my business. I work in the english language department. So i am an esl teacher at the moment. And when i'm not doing that. I'm traveling the world. Not in twenty twenty and when you say traveling the world like you mean literally taraborrelli. I think it would be easier for you to tell us where you have not been not yet not yet. I mean it's easier to tell you. I have been i don't know all were for. You've been out there so like i've been poking around in your life and a source he started like your blog. Mama sita garcia in twenty eleven on instagram and twitter. You're wondering pierre the wandering deer so you've just been like document team your travels from time and so now also also for those don't know trinidad. is just off the coast of venezuela So you got your little south america on a little bit too so okay just okay. Let's just go back. Just go back like just tell me all the things like when did you find your wanderlust. i would say that. It really came into play once i started. No actually that was more. Solo travel some jumping ahead there wunderlist. Last i think became more of a thing when travel became easier for me and that was in the form of my british passport so i have dual citizenship with the uk and trinidad and tobago and prior to that. It was just very restricting. You know like when you need a visa at just odds so much to To the plate when you want to travel somewhere. So i think because of that i had travelled you know Since i was young i had been to england and had been to the us. My mom made sure that we got to see a little bit of the world where she was able to make that happen And when i moved to england. I really do that much i. I went on a school trip to spain. And that's when i decided. I'm kinda live in spain. One day of but yeah generally it was. It was more when my passport opened up the doors to do it more freely and so it meant that in especially as a unique students i think. When did i get hospita. Gosh i can't remember probably like two thousand end saechsische ish somewhere around there maybe and Yeah just through. Uni knows before that story and then through union we would take these short trips because myth ryanair and easyjet is confined like super cheap flights. We wanted to explore more of the uk. But the costume. Going to like scotland would like the same cost is going to stockholm. So so we were. Just go out. And that's when it was really ignited. I would say the more i did it the more i wanted to do it and it was just really accessible in uni when that student loan came through i would pay what needed to be paid so like my accommodation any books any fees and then whatever was left was like right. Where can we go. Even if that meant a cades gonna be beans on toast for for the rest of the tim. The hours balanced the way it went so we would like and squeeze in trips here and there

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"tobago" Discussed on TFE - Radio

TFE - Radio

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on TFE - Radio

"Tree. We are back for segment. Three our final segment to close off this week's episode of t. If you've radio trinidad all things turn it out and again. Let's not forget tobago. you know. i've been to tobago before. I'll give you a story about tomato some other time. But i'll tell you i've been to a once in my entire life and is a beautiful beautiful place. It's part of trinidad for those of you. Who are listening. And you don't know too much about trinidad again. You don't have to be west indian or trinidadian to listen to this show. You can learn a lot. I would say that tobago is the trinidadian version of are having montreal. There you go. That's the best way i could put it. Tobago is like montreal and trinidad is like toronto. So that's the way. I would put it if someone how come. Nobody really talks tobago. Well it's because you know. It's kind of like how montreal is we. Montreal is rich with history. Just like tobago is but tobago with some i. It's it's it's all it's almost like a world onto its own but again we have a long shelf life with this show. So i will get into tobago and my trip Back in ninety five to tobago. For a few days and you know shuttled to all the people in tobago. We're are not forgetting you. You are part of trinidad trinidad and tobago but anyhow. I hope that you're listening and enjoying this show to this point. I have held your attention to this point. You the listener. You're very important otherwise this show doesn't exist and again i wanted to say thank you to those of you. Who have donated. Who have liked shared subscribe will follow us on social media. Who have you know. Followed me on instagram. In particular have seen a few of new faces..

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Camille Selvon Abrahams on the animation industry during COVID

Revision Path

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Camille Selvon Abrahams on the animation industry during COVID

"I am also the founding director glenn emissions do so we are continuing work work from home and i think that's what is happening a lot with animation studios. That's what i'm hearing from my international friends. Who are doing these sort of things similar to what we are doing that. We are working from holes. And i think animators maybe creative on a whole we kind of okay with that. You know we we at least from me my experience being anonymous you enjoy that into law saying you enjoy going in yourself. So working from hall is not a big deal for us so a lot of will now actually is going on from whom we doing. A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle. Animation studio like several several years ago. How has the company really changed over the years quite a bit. When i returned from london i studied that. Goldsmiths mincy on i. I made a decision to come back to the caribbean. That was a big step because trinidad and tobago. We are oil and gas country. That's what economy is based on me coming back and windy creative digital type correa. Abviously was a challenge. Because that's not what we are accustomed to so coming back with. Difficulty took about previous to kind of get on my feet as far as the studio on after the ten ta gratin business now his name is jason lindsey who had a very strong business background so without sort of thumb partnership where you have decreased if any business it really really supported the studio from becoming micro stew into a relatively successful outsourcing to handy caribbean. So that's kind of how it's moved and now we are. We are considered one of the outsourcing studios in the caribbean. We've outsourced with pro. Hbo's of our. Will you know you see on each be on cotton. We've we actually have a one hundred and international productions

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"tobago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Greg Foster, the incredible program director here. Ko is sitting in the hot seat today. So far, he's got a point. Young buck. On the other side of the glass. A Rod's got a point. The members of the Bickersons family do not have a point yet. All right, You guys ready? The initial today are a are a are here ago. Clue. Number one featured prominently in a current state farm ad campaign. Alfred Damn, Aaron Rodgers. That's good. That's good. Be cake Clue. Number two. Born September 21st 1971 in the Bronx, New York, who Kouf about Alex Rodriguez. Good. Take a clue. Number three parents are from Trinidad and Tobago. Oh, my goodness. Clue. Number four. It's not unusual to dance like him. Clue. Number five appeared in a famous Pepsi commercial in 1984 with Michael Jackson got hurt. I don't know. I don't want to go ahead now. His best friends on TV had silver spoons and were Bel Air royalty. Ah 54321 Zora barrack Repair over Barrow, Alfonso Ribera Super or Carlton Carlton, but I had no name on the news. Chris Paul. Oh, my goodness. That was good. Dad. You OK? Ay are are the initials here We go. Clue number one term used in North America unofficially. Since the 17th century and military Anything of a are all rise. Ah! Clue. Number two have been organized in Cos since the Revolutionary War. Clue. Number three. Then the initials R. A are considered elite. Kouf Kouf. I'll just take a guess. Army rangers Jon Kouf. Our next dancer Clue number one began In 17 65 Clue. Number two. Someone argue it really began in Boston in 17 73. Again..

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"tobago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Twenty one and older here's the best of this week's permission granted podcast no sense like you're not really quite traditional hockey powers either I think we're playing Sweden and Canada and the Czech Republic I think that would be four point in Trinidad Tobago like when you watch you like why was this so culturally relevant I didn't think it was correct it was Disney trying to capitalize on the success of D. one which spawned the into an expansion the mighty ducks existence of movie full for the mighty ducks exist as a hockey they were not one of the state find the P. G. P. every week on radio dot com apple podcasts and everywhere else podcaster downloaded I don't know if that was the best teas if you're looking for a deep dive into the history of the mighty ducks franchise that's this week on the PGP the permission granted pod cast the show about the show the show within the show because this week mothers about the movies took us inside the sequel to the mighty ducks D. too well and it is really a snapshot of the mid nineties truly what a roller blading roller hockey the mighty ducks original uniforms there's a lot that feels very nineties H. roller blading throw a ball all of that feels very mid nineties issue of the moment by the way.

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"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Get me up man one oh six yeah on the way somebody's **** my gosh L. as people say we have the same voice the mere then again I don't want to pay thank you well you know we we we from the same tree how you I you got it you got a new one at the I didn't mean to startle you how the family yeah yeah everybody hello it is going to be you know when it goes I would see that this is a real friend he'd get mad and hang up on if you guys how we want but you know we may well do the bandages Tobago every morning on a team as we do our one oh six one issue working on a weekend like usual sales in indie band like usual a past as they do in two months I haven't done my taxes until time to tags on my wrist going nice the selection was okay so let two plus but I keep waking up the C. nine six baby please say so please stay home this is famed what I she please give me working on a weekend like usual whales in the deep and like usual so many pastors they doing too much I haven't done my taxes I'm too tired to drive.

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"tobago" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Coronavirus coverage continues on the V. mark arum show as the outbreak continues or read about your job and your industry going forward in any relationship tales to tell from corona virus Linda's got a relationship tale are lending laid on me buddy and my needs as a leading our basketball player that's originally from Trinidad and they go to university and pack that while he is being made to go home tomorrow because the school is canceled well he is having to go home and tell August that she won't be able to see him and is he from Trinidad or Tobago hide out thank you Linda Mike's up next in the market Hey Mike what's going on buddy Hey you have to go ma'am living the dream Sir are you worried about your job yeah right now my job is so massive I sold cars or going to one of the biggest divisions in the country man and honestly just you can just tell right away as soon as you know are you stuck in a quarantine this is the busiest time of the year for us just tax returns you will so we expect to make the money is probably a matter and no one's coming in buying cars on it's crazy but you know this the past the past two weeks has been created yet I expect it's about ten cars and I'm all right about two houses service department is that busier people bring in their cars get service though less and less about that that's well yeah well I mean listen if you can survive it want to get out of this people are gonna buy cars again mark is in South Carolina working for the railroad you guys are you guys are struggling mark how's that I'm a child well loaded but I'm still a coach and anyway imports or down forty percent so that affects the royal road all the coal plants have converted to natural gas so that's already hold the railroads and the call clients we call every going from all the more we all the steel all told well in the finished product it really is yeah I would imagine that passenger rail was hurting like Amtrak I can imagine it was gonna be gonna name track train anytime soon but I thought for sure that the cargo is still being out there hello that's that's that's sad to hear sad to hear Longoria will.

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"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"And winds it's time to wake that **** up on my hands I never get a wake me up man one oh six yeah it's time to wake somebody's **** Hey guys balance is great people say we have the same voice in here Hey look you're not alone in a thank you well you know we we we from the same tree you I you got it you got a new one at the I didn't mean to startle you how the family young everybody it's gonna be you know when it goes I would see that this is a real friend he get mad at all hang up on it because we want but you're right you know we may well do the beverages Tobago every morning on a team as we do our one oh six one issue.

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"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"It's trying to wake that **** up on my hands wake up call I can ever get a wake me up man one oh six yeah some the way somebody's **** my gosh Allen's people say we have the same voice but then here Hey look you're not alone in a thank you so you know we we we from the same tree you I you got it you got a new one at the creative I mean needs to start you how the family yada yada everybody it's gonna be you know when it goes I would say this is a real friend he'd get mad and hang up on it because we want you know we may well do the beverages Tobago every morning on a team as we sure do you you will be able to do that.

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"tobago" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And Tobago baby cara because silence I'm gonna go white girl just like Johnson actually according to twenty three me and a hundred percent European but my eyes come from I fear I might be Aaron Iberia and well nice before the end of the broadcast they will have a song called a it's gonna be about you reckon congratulate wonderful that say I really didn't know we like I saw it myself in her because I recently did I saw a lot of myself in her in your character age sorry but because I did twenty three me recently too I am mostly European I've got a little Ashkenazi Jewish in their I've got some sub Saharan Africa you know I've got some Asian too you know yeah see I'm weird I don't wanna be tried for any murders that are not solved out there so I haven't got the twenty three at me because I but let the swap by crap for free but you all go ahead Sir after all your freedoms in a crowd was of the limit how that works out my son did it and then he's like a belly bill well they can have my stuff I was gonna say that sounds very unlike your son he's I know yeah he's and he's not trusting the government like you should yeah I don't know what I was thinking because I just sent my spit away and now they just own me yeah can I mean I have never committed a crime so might well have you well I mean I've never been I've never committed a crime that I've been a cop for right so I'm saying they didn't have any idea as to how they do yeah I saw minority report and I know what happened there they're gonna plant your spit at a crime now yeah you're gonna get a lot of trouble yes are you young lady say about you yeah well up so I have you been to the doll house for a big game but before have you because we don't know what I I do radio long time never been to a to a strip club first for a big game before and I don't know what to expect of you I have not okay a first for all of us use is so exciting now from what I understand the big game will be showing in the girls to be just kind of chilling with the men in doing this and that and they can still get you know dances in the back room so that kind of like the kind of like a night off or would you rather it be you know you you keep having to work well the whole time I like the way you're doing and you are very aggressive yeah sorry yeah working learn no honestly I'm excited to see how it goes I believe that the opportunity to hang out with the gentleman before hand and enjoy the game with them you know and also get a chance to sit and watch it versus having to run around and try to do dances here and there or worry about going on stage I think that would be wonderful is after the game is over once you form relationships with the people yeah then you'll be able to do your dances and it's a party all night long so they sent us the right girl.

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The Best of Windward Road in Tobago

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:23 min | 1 year ago

The Best of Windward Road in Tobago

"Week we head to three hundred and Tobago Monaco. skinniest just call. It takes us on a trip down windward road on the smaller island of Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago is a complete with charm and excitement. These almonds of famous for their Carnival is origins coming from experience of hardship for enslaved Africans. Now a celebration. An annual event known for its colorful costumes parades and festivities. Also feature the limbo still passed a musical genres such as calypso soccer all of which originate from the islands in this episode exposure food one road in particular with road on the island of Tobago Winwood road starts at the top Tupac Flagship Hill which features some stunning views of the beauty of the island including the Caribbean Sea. It then runs down the east side of the island along many coastlines through villages many striking churches and jungle green valleys many bays run alongside this road and it cites our heavenly any out for breakfast or lunch checkout. GP's bakery if you make it here you're in for a treat a sweet swamp perhaps try that. Take on a cinnamon milk bum. How rupp cake filled with current some reasons? They have savory dishes to trying to lose pie. A soft fried right dumpling with mashed potatoes vegetables and chick peas or that chicken soup with dumplings yams and carrots. Uh Up the road you reach the stunning Tyrrell's Bay this is why we reach gems seaview. Kitchen visitors. locos agreed that a trip to Gemma seaview kitchen. EVERYONE AS Roma's treehouse is a must when visiting Trinidad and Tobago given away in the nickname. This opener restaurant is famous for being built around a tremendous almond tree. But that's isn't the only attraction. The food is also delicious. This restaurant has a casual vibe. AH Open for breakfast. Lunch and dinner uncertain authentic Caribbean food but also dishes with a twist going at lunch dinnertime. Try that curried goat. Which is classic Caribbean dish? A curry cooked with its main ingredient. Goat me which is left on the bone and cooked until tender. This is software after advice. Some peace in this case the piece actually being kidney beans but this is what they call them in the Caribbean maybe try with the side of voting. I would recommend commending this type of bread in the curry sauce or using it. To mop up your plate at the end I must try and a favorite is gems breadfruit Pie wonderfully creamy and cheesy with laze of breadfruit named because the texture of the fruit. When Kurt is similar to freshly baked bread but has a potato like flavor? Ever try this with a side of fried planting and if you love a bit of spice the have a homemade saas for you. They also love a grill. Try to Golic shrimp grilled fish with peppers or tried to local delights sweet and Sour Cavalli. Fish just a free minute walk down. Winwood road your arrive. birdwatchers restaurant and ball grabber noculars and head to the deck. I'm relaxing Logger do you love fish. The fish hair is fresh from the sea and the menu changes depending on the capture of the day but a popular choice. Is The lobster. A generous portion full of Zest and spices gift. The luscious Macaroni Pie. Try with some blue a popular carribean dish with its main ingredient being lift festival. And of course you must try the juicy chicken served with flavored rice salad lentils if you have the space for it make sure you try the homemade cinnamon. I scream for dessert. If eaten too much at these places you can always walk walk along space side North Beach and once. The food is going down head over to a roadside Russia. How about Ireland's bar relaxing join decorated with pirate flags with lots of character and heart? You can't catch sports on the TV or pay dots pool the cocktails here. Not for the faint-hearted taunted. They described as powerful. If you can brave it gives the rump punchy shy my heritage lies in the Caribbean and I can tell you the food in this part of the world is just as vibrant as its inhabitants. It's full of spices. I'm flavors that take influences from many parts of the world. So where are you elasticated bottoms and get ready for some soul food. Because you're going to be eating a lot of it for Monaco. I'm Kenya Jay Scarlett.

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"tobago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:03 min | 1 year ago

"tobago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm tansy Tobago glad to have you with us today as we approach the end of twenty nineteen I'm bringing you a few of my favorite interviews of the last year first up is my conversation with journalist farai Chideya about her journey in the U. S. adoption system people who don't have children but want them often hear a common refrain you can always adopt but as this next interview will show that's not so simple even here in the United States and even if you do get close to finalizing an adoption there's often no guarantee it will ultimately go through and this was the position that farai Chideya found herself in again and again she wants even brought the baby home to adopt only to have the process fall through after the birth mother changed her mind for I went through three failed adoptions she tells her story in an essay from earlier this year titled excuse me may I raise your child for Zora digital magazine aimed at women of color rise the former host and many time guest on the take away and she joined me in the studio part of my backstory that I don't even get into in this article is that my mother and father were both journalist who unfortunately had real difficulties my father left our family to go back to Zimbabwe his home country and try to help form media after independence but with Robert Mugabe pushing propaganda he ended up leaving my mother who had interned at The Washington Post had a graduate degree and also worked as a reporter in Zambia was basically shot out of American journalism because she was a black woman with children I mean I'll just say it straight and so I was desperately afraid that if I started a family my career was over so that's I think of a more sort of extreme version of what so many American women go through which like I'm just going to push this kid thing I'm a put sure I'm a push it I'm gonna stay on my career path and then you have other women who there's a whole lot of evidence that women with less education have baby sooner they incur theoretically less risk to their future careers but they are shamed when they are not upper middle income it's like a why are you bothering having a kid shouldn't you be in school and what I really point out in this article is that it's a lose lose for everybody that women who were working income or lower working income are kind of shame for wanting to have children and women who are career women are pushed to delay indefinitely so I got caught in the squeeze play where you know I was seeking through the help of an adoption agency to get children from lower income and lower working income women but in the end they wanted to raise their children and I respect that I want to be clear that I am not blaming them this country needs to support families it's part of the overall ecosystem problem and you've had to go through this not once but three times three times that I mean I can't imagine having to do this once three times feels like to so much pain at that point what happened well I had started with the New York City foster care system and I had two friends one of them the journalist she was stand back who she adopted as a single woman another one was a gay male couple they adopted from a New York foster care agency where the kids had had their parental rights terminated meaning they were truly free for adoption I went to the same agency they went to but then New York like basically while I was getting certified went through a change where it said we will do everything to reunify children with their families now theoretically that's not bad and I'm I'm not judging that decision but what happens is a lot of kids have either parents who have addiction problems or unstable families and it's like we're waiting for your family to get it together were waiting for your family to get together and then they get passed around from home to home and they never find a forever home I am very much for reunification when it works but basically I was told you've just got to take the luck of the draw if you go to foster care so that was my first choice and then I was like oh I will just use all my money to go get a baby who will never be taken from me and as I say in the piece the universe has jokes because I paid a total of over fifty thousand we can go back and do the math but these many agencies put you in contracts where they say we can't promise you a baby but they're licensed adoption agencies like the one I went to see like will just because it says somewhere in the contract that I'm not guaranteed a baby that must be cool that's wrong because you're licensed adoption agency but really what they're saying is we will match you with people and my argument is that my agency never took into account the needs of the families they matched me with in the first case it was a family all of the families were on the east coast none of them were in it in New York it was a family where there was an intergenerational family a young woman living with her mother already successfully raising two children and she was pregnant with her third child the boyfriend wanted to keep the child and told me straight up and my mom and he didn't have the money to do it alone and the agency was like oh that's not a problem basically like he has he has no effective rights if you can't take care of this kid that bothered me to no extent and I talk to the agency and perhaps my first mistake was not pushing harder but I mean I I didn't know what I was really getting into back then so I knew the father was not happy the mother said she was okay with it beautiful baby happened to be multiracial black all of the kids were black or black multi racial and you know the family seemed really cool they just really wanted the young woman in the family to get an education to start her adult career life but she was not some broke down sister she was a woman who you know was a successful mom I believe this agency really did terrible social work and so in this case my mom and I took this baby we were you know bottle feeding him a formula and loving up on him but in the end the the mother and the boyfriend decided to raise their child when you were getting certified for the process to become an adoptive parent did race factor into this and did your marital status factor into it did make it more difficult yeah I mean I would say that overall marital status was bigger than race you know I was briefly engaged once definitely a good idea that I didn't go through with it but you know so I have no regrets about that but it is much easier to adopt if you are a heterosexual couple and also religion if you were Christian I was raised Catholic now I'm interfaith you know I go to churches I go to synagogue but I did not want to pass myself off as a devout Christian maybe I should have there's so much gamesmanship in this game I mean I don't really think I should have but a lot of agencies and and it's perfectly legal to say we want to talk to anyone who's not a devout Christian and so one agency was good enough to say we don't have a good enough placement rate was single women for you to go with us I suspect that that may be true at this agency as well but there were many times they were not truthful about including and I'm gonna cut to some of the end the very last placement they did not tell me until I showed up to see the baby that the mother had revoked the previous adoption so well let's talk about that because the adoption agencies what's their role in doing this I mean you're paying these agencies this isn't a free service uses mental fifty thousand dollars at least on trying to make this happen what is their responsibility to you as someone who's invested money with them to make this process happen well you know they essentially say that we are middle man middle women but they also this agency specifically and many others say that we have a birth parent site social worker and an adoptive parents side social worker but in the end there's a complete conflict of interest you know and I felt that they did not represent my needs they concealed information for me they did not properly council the families like if I had a family where the father in some cases the father is not known but the known father was like I don't want this to go through I probably wouldn't process that adoption match and so I believe there are a lot of cases where agencies coerce women they say oh so don't you want your child to have a better life or you know this is god's will there's all sorts of psychological games run on pregnant women and their extended families and so basically they're supposed to be honest brokers between the two sides there's another path to private adoption where you get a lawyer who only represents your interest and to be honest and less I really had investigated an agency I would go with the lawyer instead of an agency and that's an additional cost I mean lawyers everything not just not free everything costs yeah and and there's the emotional toll as well right how have you fared emotionally through this process I wouldn't be here without my friends and family you know I have wept for days at a time when the last adoption was being processed I was helping my mom finish downsizing her house and move into an apartment and was the house I grew up in so she had that house for forty three years so part of that time I was staying in an almost empty house with like a bed and a few dishes weeping my eyes out and driving to another state to see the baby in the neonatal intensive care unit and I think he ended up in the Nick you because his mom was working a temp job that was a heavy physical labor job until the moment she went into labor you know how are you supposed to incubate life under those circumstances so again I have so much respect for the women who choose to put their children up for adoption but it has to be a case of moral consent and I'm not sure in any of these cases I have true moral consent from the families we talk a lot about adoption and about babies in particular but we also hear that there are many older children have our leading adoption have you ever considered that was that ever something that was a possibility that the agency ever prose that as an option they don't place older children but when I went into foster care I went into it with some great wisdom from my cousin who adopted two children from foster care in a different state and both of them have had challenges which is their story I'm a single working woman I work a lot not too much to raise a kid but you have to be ready to do trauma remediation and I worried if I got a child who was enough older with enough complications in their past my cousin was able to be a stay at home mom for two or three years and really work them through their trauma and also the educational deficits they have from their childhood I am so pro adopting an older kid but I have to be real about what I can offer to a kid who's had severe trauma when is it time to think do I continue to move forward with this and when is it time for you to say I don't know if this is going to happen are you prepared for the either of them I am in a and I will say that in my father's tradition the shown a tradition from Zimbabwe I'm already what's called up my knee or a little mother to many of my extended family I hosted my sixteen year old goddaughter earlier this year and so I'm kind of opening it up to faith in the universe I'm still pursuing adoption but if it doesn't work out then I will on too hard on all my god children and my extended family and I I onto hard already but I can on to harder but I'm still pursuing it I'm gonna see differently I will write a book about this I could use the book money should I get it to use private adoption so the pad this are many and I'm not sure which one yet we've got about a minute left in this segment I want to make sure we're using this time to also address what you think could be done better in this adoption system in this country we need a national database of adoption failure rates we need a national database of adoption contracts to see which ones are more restrictive or abusive basically we need transparency and we also need more federal regulation almost everything is regulated at the state level and that makes it difficult for you to be able to say where should I go in who is better and they're they're really I mean and then at the end of the day you've spent emotional time and and money and I'm I made some life choices to work lower paying jobs so that I could have more time to parent which I never ended up doing well we'll see what happens and we wish you all the best farai Chideya is a journalist and author and her new piece on her experience with the adoption system isn't Zora it's titled excuse me may I raise your child you can find a link to.

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"tobago" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Vet needed guy need a girl right now the wanna play the battle of the sexes right out. you call me to play the battle like I said right after Shawn Mendes Camilla Tobago it is and what a four three five am. yeah. what a four three my bet.

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"tobago" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Camilla Tobago don't look at me that later pointed out of my mouth I'm I'm just shocked to get some of the other question I don't know glaring blaring whatever you want to say right I I heard that before you were in here Mike it was the stupidest thing that could possibly put on this page everybody's going to get that one okay Katie was yeah I will not apologize for the wait for the way that my brain works I you know your things I know my things that just how it's how it goes let him keep doing that his day of how he's perceived as coming of his day how he for CBS challan I know that's going to speaking of that you also getting out of this too easy in my no control nine yeah I mean even defend ourselves the on air staff for me I was we asked how I was perceived as based on marriage counseling that we went to for a radio thing they said Hey you more to manage any relationship including your work one you have to know how other people perceive you just I have an idea of how you come across other people so Katie has gone what well on there I went went well there although I did hear on Facebook money got pretty nasty the battery really badly eight really bad for her okay so well they're not out on the air here too yeah I on the air St did you see this pretty bad my okay yeah who are we hearing this from I have my sources yeah well I do thank you everyone on Facebook pretty much people that my friends like man you can bash on faith of my great thank you I'm very surprised that wasn't Jason court anyway so we are today is gonna be some else's turn and it really depends on you you have to let us now because we can say how we think of person per se but we want to hear from you today it is man because Matt they will have hogs intern hugs they'll have Jason good man hating I've already gone calls right now how do you perceive it man kisser Matt what do you think of Manchester Matt eight hundred six eight two one of seven five just be honest agree good it could be bad either way your phone calls are coming up next.

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"tobago" Discussed on Panyx Station

Panyx Station

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on Panyx Station

"A low we is for people to be taken care of if then unable to take care of themselves, because you have institutions like have decision. You know that would need to be able to take people that can't afford to go to the hospital of. Actually I had a video that I released this morning. Search where talk to rocky is a local body, will type one diabetic lovely guy. and. You in that the diabetic medication we have actually killing people. Another one from seat up anything is right. This is not a problem with doctors because when he told his doctor about which had. The whole story ready he photos from somebody else. He came into office. Again is Dr. new and his doctors just like well. This is what being provided under the seat up. You know so. This is what we have to give. People because people are for the on medication unless people are for the medication you know. We're luckily he was able to. Medication and as proper medication that not going to kill you in the night. But I think that that points that's indicative of like bigger problem. You know where we have this institution that people literally relying on for life. and is giving them things that killing them, but but that's corruption engine Tobago corruption systemic. It's every single thing that we do, and that's the fact of the matter. So when you think about the program. For instance you have to believe the steed, the pharmaceutical companies pharmacies and the doctors, because the all have a role to play in that and they all are aware you have situations where. And this is how this is something that I was privy to recently where the pharmacies in how they make their money from the program apparently is beast online. You terms, so let's say for instance you are a recipient. You come in the Mitchell prescription. They will actually split your prescription so that instead of coming, antiquing are worn off. Be Three months with of medication on one month with medication they will see..

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News in Brief 11 June 2019

UN News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 11 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in New York Security Council members issued a statement on Monday offering their full support to the UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths, after he was reportedly criticized by the government of the war ravaged country. A fragile ceasefire has largely held in and around the keyboard city of data since the signing of the Stockholm agreement last December the accord is seen as a first move to brokering a lasting peace between opposition who teas and the Saudi led international coalition backing the government in these Security Council statement members gave their unequivocal backing to Mr. Griffiths and called on the parties to engage constructively and continuously with these special envoy in a related development, the UN political and peace building affairs chief, Rosemary, dicarlo, met Yemeni President at rob Amancio Hattie in the Saudi capital Riyadh. They discussed the work of the Yemen envoy, and the way forward for advancing the fridge. Al ceasefire accord, and for returning to dialogue to reach a political solution to the white a conflict, according to a statement attributed to miss dicarlo the discussions were described as productive and miss dicarlo thanked president had for his government's commitment to full implementation of the Stockholm agreement fundamental change to the world of working polluting and e you wide minimum wage is needed to address the growing gap between society's haves and have nots French president Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday in a speech at the international labor organization's Santini conference in Geneva. mR Macron insisted that the accumulation of wealth in the hands of the few from globalization had created a law of the jungle. This had opened the door to damaging, nationalism, xenophobia and disillusionment with democracy. He said also at the Isla conference. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Member Sates to step up the fight against child labor of the one hundred fifty two million children forced to work globally. Some seventy three. Million were involved in hazardous activities. She said in support of Ireland's initiative to end the scourge globally by twenty twenty five and finally a landmark ruling by Botswana's high court that scraps laws against same sex relationships has been welcomed by you and human rights, top official, Michelle Basch, let in a statement on Tuesday, the U N, High Commissioner underlined that the high court had unanimously found sections of the penal code to be unconstitutional, and a violation of human rights such discrimination has impacts that go far beyond arrest and detention miss Bachelet said, noting that the criminalization of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people could lead to them being denied health care, education, employment and housing, but swan as decision follows similar action in nine other countries in the past five years, including Angola, Belise India, and Trinidad and Tobago in Kenya last month. However, a similar constitutional challenge to overturn laws that discriminate against the. Lgbtq community was unsuccessful Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"tobago" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You think Bernie Sanders plays it around the house when he's counting his money. Isn't he admitted as a millionaire day coming up if you haven't heard Somalia's on the kidnapping increase list, south Sudan, Sudan, Syria, boy, who wouldn't want to go take vacation in Homs Syria right now. Clean up on aisle nine through nine million. Trinidad and Tobago Turkey. Uganda? Ukraine, Russian controlled eastern, Ukraine, Yemen and Venezuela. Can I get a witness? So State Department is upping the kidnapping and hostage taking risks. So you've been advised AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, San Diego aerospace museum about ballpark is a wonderful safe family place. You could enjoy all the fun there the newest simulator rides the brand new expanded space gallery, which includes Wally world is wellish. Rob bless his heart. Always I always referred to it that you could see a lot of Wally stuff, including his EMMY award. He received for the first telecast from space live. It's really cool. And some of the space suits, the real Apollo nine. Is there there's all kinds of new interactive fund? You get into a mercury space capsule feel with the astronauts, they say so realistic so many things to see and do it's called space. Our greatest adventure is now at the San Diego aerospace museum, it's part of your general admission ticket. There's also additional options for you, including the forty theater Zabel theater, again, all the new cutting edge simulator rides are there for you at a an incredible. World class collection of aviation and space history coming up in bay the anniversary of Charles Lindbergh's flight to Paris this fear to Saint Louis realized that the only flying replica. Fair to say Louis Lindbergh's playing that was built in San Diego. The only one was built by some of the same guys as the the historical DNA. That's at the San Diego aerospace museum as well. And you can meet Charles Lindbergh, and he talked with you like he was back in nineteen twenty seven so much to see and do get the bellboy park explorer pass enjoy it and other attractions in the park, even more all the information's online, San Diego. Erin, space dot org. Want.

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Colorado House Gives Final Approval to 'Red Flag' Gun Bill

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Colorado House Gives Final Approval to 'Red Flag' Gun Bill

"Tobago guns in Colorado USA radio's Timberg with the story. Colorado is on the verge of passing law that would allow officials to take guns away from people with the judge deems them to be too dangerous. Some law enforcement officials are not happy with the Bill and even calling it unconstitutional and saying they won't enforce it which could land some of them in jail. Jail fine me or just hold a contempt hearing to further this argument along and honestly, I think any of those possibilities are out there. Weld county Colorado sheriff Steve rim speaking there on CNN the Bill passed the Colorado Senate by a single vote last week and now heads back to the house for a final vote before landing on the governor's desk

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"tobago" Discussed on Let's Talk About It - Podcast

Let's Talk About It - Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on Let's Talk About It - Podcast

"Trinidad and tobago birthplace of the song so music and host of the biggest ton of a celebration in distributing the votes both plus taking some time censoring for his but if people are what's more stuffed in having gained its independence united kingdom in trinidad and tobago has since apologized but there's a coach coach once by off the fence i need to get along without about what i'm calling i understand absolute plants in this country seems like a four part i love for above all the time but there's so much more i want to give a voice to boost with other platform for possibly complex system positive focused on documents or you will not become more hot but most people just got dominant shift in attitudes criminals and must hear what they have to say i want this podcast voice suicide anonymous football coach here that are in the midst of all biggest issues i have a three one series lead or just shows what we intend to open this show what the public does local academic industry professionals along with anyone with a good person tells

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"tobago" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tobago" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Protect all animals, and we don't just do it in the United States. But we do it around the globe all animals need our help all animals need our support so factory farming. It's trophy hunting its companion animals, if the dog meat trade in Asia, everything you can imagine we're there, and we're doing the work, and I just want to let everyone know they are there. I've been working with you for over ten years, and we love h s USO bless you for everything. So do you have animals at home? Do you have any of your own little baby? Of course, I have my dog lily. She's a street dog rescue from Trinidad and Tobago. And I left you too. Little alley cats, and they're my sweet sweet sweet little baby. So. Yeah. So have you always been involved with animals ever since you a little childlike was this something that was given to your spirit when you were born from as early as I can remember as I'm going to be talking about in there. My mom was an animal advocate. I learned early from her to get off the sidelines. It's not enough to love animals, you've got to do something to help them. So as early back as I can remember I've been. Doing animal protection work. I have chills because you're you're so right animals are completely voiceless. I know we've heard this is almost a cliche now that is really true when we have information as humans we need to protect them with. A little bit. Absolutely. They need us. They are voiceless. We are their voice, and we are an army of people who care about animals. So again, it's great to love them. But we've got to do something more. We have got to help them. They are there. They are dependent on us. Right. And another thing. Some people are are undercover. Investigators. Some people are rescuers some people foster and we each can find our own lane. Right. Could you talk about how every person could do something every person who works in protects for animals.

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How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

UN News

04:22 min | 3 years ago

How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

"This is Matt wells at UN news while with growth of fourteen percent per year in China alone. So called creative industries sector that includes everything from fashion design to carnivals could be game changer for emerging economies. In new report by the United Nations conference on trade and development or tired suggests in an interview with Sarah and Bangui from your news. The agency's Pamela coke Hamilton explains that these countries need to put sufficient digital safeguards in place such as blockchain technology to reap the full benefits. Creative industries includes music ashen audiovisual film jewelry design food advertising marketing cartoons animation. Anything that involves the creativity aspect of our work festivals? Of course carnival which everybody loves and so on how is the market doing for China? Very well. They have they have grown exponentially. In the last thirteen years thirty two billion. They were there at one sixty point five billion the rest of the countries are growing slower, but still going Moffat. They're going up four point three to five percent, which is incredible given that there was a downturn in international economic sphere. And consequently goods fell, but the creative industry continued to grow would suggest that it is an area that we ought to pay attention to. How can we explain China's lead in creative industries compared to other countries such as United States, South Korea? I would say the Chinese growth was four times that of the United States. It's a combination of factors one China has put in place over a very long period of time an economy that's been able to out produce other countries you add to that. Now, the intellectual property that's been transferred there in terms of design in terms of creativity by other countries, they have been able to know Marshall all of that to be able to. Re-export Selena essence, they have garnered the best of both worlds both on the production side, and on the creativity side. So that they've been able to show growth in that area much higher than other countries have fourteen percent per annum, you mentioned blockchain could you elaborate a bit on the how it will help developing countries economies innocence, what the blockchain does is it creates transparent process by which the person from the very beginning of the chain. All the way to the very end is able to see where their product is going home. It is being an in a way it tends to take out the middleman, which is also very important. So the ability to make money from your product the ability to protect IP rights of your product. This is done through digital certification. The ability to get the funds back to you through the online money, mechanisms etc are facilitated by blockchain, whereas the mechanisms now don't allow and so what you find is a lot of creatives do not get one there. I p protect. Action to their royalties or three the kind of monetization that they need. The assumption is that if developing countries are able to put these mechanisms in place, then their ability to track the monetization of their creative property will be much better than it. Currently is because what's happening now is that as you move to for example, the downloads for itunes unsawn. We lose a lot of money, we produce music. It goes to the international eight Younes or whoever, you know, the streaming platforms. They make most of the money on that. So the attempt is to see how we can bring back clawbacks some of the funds out there by creating these blockchain mechanisms to bring the money back. What's the future and challenges when it comes to creativity shoot? What's the next step two steps? I would say one is to get the debt, for example, one of the major countries I find that's missing. Here's Trinidad and Tobago. They have one of the best and most famous carnivals in the world. They're not in here, we need to get countries to collect the data and to report. So what we have. Do is help them find mechanisms to do. So the second area is how do we get them to leapfrog to the digital platform to the digital space and put in place regulations. And mechanisms I think those are the two challenges that we have I think that the creative industry has the potential to be a game changer further developing countries, but we have to grasp the opportunity, and we have to make it a priority.

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How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

UN News

04:22 min | 3 years ago

How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

"This is Matt wells at UN news while with growth of fourteen percent per year in China alone. So called creative industries sector that includes everything from fashion design to carnivals could be game changer for emerging economies. In new report by the United Nations conference on trade and development or tired suggests in an interview with Sarah and Bangui from your news. The agency's Pamela coke Hamilton explains that these countries need to put sufficient digital safeguards in place such as blockchain technology to reap the full benefits. Creative industries includes music ashen audiovisual film jewelry design food advertising marketing cartoons animation. Anything that involves the creativity aspect of our work festivals? Of course carnival which everybody loves and so on how is the market doing for China? Very well. They have they have grown exponentially. In the last thirteen years thirty two billion. They were there at one sixty eight point five billion the rest of the countries are growing slower, but still going on. My fact, they're going up four point three to five percent, which is incredible given that there was a downturn in international economic sphere. And consequently goods fell, but the creative industry continued to grow would suggest that it is an area that we ought to pay attention to. How can we explain China's lead in creative industries compared to other countries such as United States, South Korea? I would say the Chinese growth was four times that of the United States. It's a combination of factors one China has put in place over a very long period of time an economy that's been able to out produce other countries you add to that. Now, the intellectual property that's been transferred there in terms of design in terms of creativity by other countries, they have been able to know Marshall all of that to be able to. Re-export Selena essence, they have garnered the best of both worlds both on the production side, and on the creativity side. So that they've been able to show growth in that area much higher than other countries have fourteen percent per annum, you mentioned blockchain could you elaborate a bit on the how it will help developing countries economies in essence, what the blockchain does is it creates transparent process by which the person from the very beginning of the chain. All the way to the very end is able to see where their product is going whole, it is being an in a way, it tends to take out the middleman, which is also very important. So the ability to make money from your product the ability to protect IP rights of your product. This is done through digital certification. The ability to get the funds back to you through the online money, mechanisms etc are facilitated by blockchain, whereas the mechanisms now don't allow and so what you find is a lot of creatives do not get one there. I p protect. Action to their royalties or three the kind of monetization that they need. The assumption is that if developing countries are able to put these mechanisms in place, then their ability to track the monetization of their creative property will be much better than it. Currently is because what's happening now is that as you move to for example, the downloads for itunes unsawn. We lose a lot of money, we produce music. It goes to the international aid tunes or whoever, you know, the streaming platforms. They make most of the money on that. So the attempt is to see how we can bring back clawback some of the funds out there by creating these blockchain mechanisms to bring the money back. What's the future and challenges when it comes to creativity shoot? What's the next step two steps? I would say one is to get the debt, for example, one of the major countries I find that's missing. Here's Trinidad and Tobago. They have one of the best and most famous carnivals in the world. They're not in here, we need to get countries to collect the data and to report. So what we have. Do is help them find mechanisms to do. So the second area is how do we get them to leapfrog to the digital platform to the digital space and put in place regulations. And mechanisms those are the two challenges that we have I think that the creative industry has the potential to be a game changer further developing countries, but we have to grasp the opportunity, and we have to make it a priority.

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This New Program Aims To Train The Growing Freelance Workforce

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:47 min | 3 years ago

This New Program Aims To Train The Growing Freelance Workforce

"New York City has started a new kind of program aimed at supporting and training and expanding freelance workforce. The freelancers hub is what it's called. It offers classes and shared office space along with tax and legal advice for free skills that freelancers say, they don't get from a traditional education. Here's NPR's. Yuki Noguchi, nNcholas Nick million was a successful firefighter with a secure job in Trinidad and Tobago. But his passion was moviemaking. So he left it behind to study film production in New York City, then when he started freelancing three years ago mcmillian found his education left. Lots of practical gaps did went really be career. It won't really say. All right. This is how you go there and make money on support yourself school. Didn't teach mcmillian how to create websites set prices or right, and negotiate contracts. There in lies a growing disconnect between today's education system and the training. Freelancers actually need. The labor market is rapidly changing, thanks in part to growth in apps that make gig work easy to find but workers on contracts. Also, don't have employer provided benefits or on the job training. And this is of particular concern to New York City, which estimates freelancers make up nearly forty percent of its workforce. Julie men is New York City Commissioner for media, and entertainment, that's a number. That's going to continue to rise with the growth and advent of on demand, apps and other structural changes. In the Konami to address this training shortfall in October. The city partnered with the freelancers union to open the freelancers hub, it's targeted primarily at those in creative fields where work is especially competitive design, film, photography and writing the hub is located in Brooklyn alongside the independent filmmaker project about two dozen workers at rows of desks couches and small tables members can also access a small theater and classrooms. It's classes explain benefits or stress management. It's most popular all of it free of charge. Caitlyn Pierce is executive director of the freelancers union. She says freelancers need to know, how to do it all budget for taxes and health insurance and managed workflow and attract clients, and that's not all how do I brand myself what business structure, she looked like how to actually plan for success how much income do I need to earn since it opened in October four thousand people have joined the hub. It's regulars include software engineer, Lupe cavity. My Donna a Bolivia native who hopes to start freelancing next month. My Donna has sought advice on work visas, legal contracts, and business cards more critically. She says the hub has helped combat her fears of working solo she's made contacts with other freelancers from artists to musicians and fashion models getting to know that kind of people in the way, they do them for dancing, so kind. Worth Pierce says the freelancers union wants to make its lectures available online. But it also wants the physical space to foster networking and friendship among freelancers because the concept is really about finding the expertise, and the resources that exist within the community already and really tapping into bringing it into one central place, all of the training classes, for example, are taught by other freelancers that includes Brian Lee who taught a digital marketing workshop one recent evening. Freelancers won the room is packed with people from a huge demographic range Lee begins by telling them start thinking of yourself as a business. Freelancers don't want to spend money, even if it software or tech, you help them grow their business. I think that's the fundamental shift that we have to because businesses grow by besting. Now, the New York is not alone and identifying the need for workforce training targeted at freelancers. And gig workers the city of San Francisco. Offers online training courses for freelancers several companies, including general assembly linked in and skill share offer similar courses for far cheaper than a conventional college course. But members say the main benefits of the freelancers hub have been social Wendy Jau. A film producer says being around other freelancers helps her navigate the stress of lean times when paid work isn't available. I could do so much during this time. So just being sad, and lowly and desperate and depressed. I can learn more things I can bright I can practice and that she says will hopefully lead to more worth you can Gucci NPR news, New York.

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Student pilot charged with trying to steal plane in Florida

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Student pilot charged with trying to steal plane in Florida

"A student pilot who allegedly tried to steal a plane in Florida may have been inspired by a similar incident at. Seatac airport last month. More from komo's Corwin Hake. A twenty two year old student was arrested after he hopped offense at Orlando. Melbourne international airport early Thursday and boarded an Airbus jet undergoing maintenance maintenance workers manage to prevent the would be thief from taking off and he was taken into custody. ABC aviation expert, retired marine Colonel Steve notes. The troubling similarities between this incident and the August tenth theft of a horizon air passenger plane by seatac airport, employees fear here of a copycat of somebody who is looking to steal an airplane in this case, much, bigger more sophisticated airplane is very very concerning. Twenty nine year old Richard Russell died when that turboprop plane crashed about an hour into the flight the plane in this case wasn't Airbus three twenty one police Chelsea an the Orlando suspect is a student at Florida institute of technology in Melbourne. He's a dual citizen of Canada and Trinidad and Tobago and had entered the United States legally police also say he had no weapon. And there are no obvious ties to

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Las Vegas Aces take A'ja Wilson with first pick in WNBA draft

SportsCenter AllNight

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Las Vegas Aces take A'ja Wilson with first pick in WNBA draft

"And back with the top pick in the wnba draft with the first pick and the twenty eighteen wnba draft the las vegas aces select asia wilson from the university of south carolina asia wilson second to none in that draft by the acis wilson the national player of the year at a south carolina georgia stores team that is relocating tobago's from san antonio she's the first game cockpit number one in that wnba draft and spoke to our holly rowe asia from the time you were a little girl and you gave your dad attitude when he signed you up for a basketball camp to becoming the national player of the year winning and national championship and now to hear your name called number one what has been the most important part of your journey to standing right here today i have to say facing adversity there have been times throughout my collegiate career basketball career so far that i've really struggled with and just fighting through those things and having a great coaching staff and people around me are really helped me and just a lot of prayer a lot of prayers kept me kept me humble kept me going through it you won every national award this season player of the year every single award what's left to grow in your game that you look forward to tapping into the next level.

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