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Ohio police officer shot and killed following hours long standoff
"To death in Ohio during a standoff in Toledo last night with a man who barricaded himself inside a home. Toledo's police chief says negotiators had tried for hours to get the man out before they had to deploy tear gas suspect came out of the house. With two firearms. And started shooting. Um I'm sad to say that Officer Brandon's stalker was struck once and has passed away. That officer was only 24 years old. The suspect had a warrant for his arrest on accusations that he had vandalized a cathedral earlier in the day Monday. Why the North Carolina
Guest leaves $5,600 tip for Ohio restaurant staff
"Restaurant have a little more spending money this holiday season, thanks to a generous customer, anonymous guest tipped $5600 for the entire staff at Souk Mediterranean Kitchen in Toledo. Each employee there, even the ones who had the night off ended up pocketing about 200 extra bucks. He understood the tip brought tears to a lot of employees, eyes. We're talking to a former
Guest leaves $5,600 tip for Ohio restaurant staff
"Workers at one Ohio restaurants have a little bit of extra cash this holiday season, thanks to a very generous customer. An anonymous guest hip $5600 for the entire staff at the Mediterranean kitchen in Toledo to split each employee there. Even the ones who had the night off ended up pocketing around 200 bucks each. The owner says that tip brought tears to a lot of the employees eyes.
Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman star in 'Ma Rainey'
"The enter chadwick. Boseman died of cancer in august at the age of forty three not long after he finished shooting the movie mall. Rainey's black bottom now streaming on netflix. The movie stars viola. Davis is the famous blue singer mall rainy and was adapted from august. Wilson's play our film critic. Justin chang says that boseman's final screen performance ranks among his very best. One reason chadwick boseman was such. An extraordinary actor was his ability to command the screen without hogging the spotlight. His presence was so quietly magnetic that even when he played real life. Heroes like jackie robinson and thurgood marshall or fictional ones like king to challa in black panther. He still seemed like the most self effacing of movie stars but boseman could also go big like when he took on james brown in the musical bio-pic get on up and gave his most electrifying performance. Until now it's devastating. That ma rainey's black bottom is the last new. Boseman movie will ever see this. Excellent adaptation of august wilson's nineteen eighty to play from the director george c wolfe and the screenwriter ruben. Santiago hudson is both a precious parting gift and a punch in the gut even more than get on up. Boseman holds nothing back. He emptied himself out onscreen. He plays levy a gifted and ambitious trumpet player struggling to forge his way in a white man's world or this case a white man's recording studio where most of the movie takes place. It's a sweltering hot day in nineteen twenty seven chicago in the pioneering southern blues singer ma rainey played by a superb viola. Davis is planning to record some of her most popular songs. Mas name may be in the place title. But she isn't the main narrative focus here much of the story unfolds while the four musicians in her band are waiting for her to show up at the studio. During the rehearsal session cutler the guitar and trombone player played by colman. Domingo wants to stick with their usual arrangement for a particular song but levy wants to use a new edgier version that he composed. It doesn't take long for the arguments to start and the egos to emerge. How's your name in. So i just played a piece whatever they want them. Criticizing the people's music like you. I got talent. Oh man is we tagged. My dad had a note. I was gonna turn out like the name mccabe. I'm going to give me a bad and make some shots. I don't give them instead of my. I wrote and he say going to let me record when i get my band together. I just got last part of song. I got stopped or everybody gets out there. And other keeping the same idea from the beginning in everybody got a game plan for all his outward swagger boseman later lays bare. The anguish beneath levies self-assured grin in a spellbinding monologue about his southern childhood. He reveals the acts of violence that were committed against his family by a gang of white men he's witnessed unspeakable horrors and fought hard for his shot at success. And he's not about to let anyone stand in his way not even marini herself when she finally shows up at the studio via davis who won an oscar for her work. In another wilson. Adaptation fences is magnificent. Here in the kind of full throated diva showcase. She's rarely taken on becoming more rainy. Required quite the transformation davis wears a padded rubber suit and sports. A mouthful of gold teeth and her vocals are supplied by the singer. Maxine lewis but the performance never feels needlessly. Flashy and davis is best moments are the ones in which she shows us. Ma rainey's anxious calculating side when she stops the recording session because no one's brought her the bottle of coke she always insists on before singing. She isn't just causing a fuss. Exactly what she's worth and how much power she commands in a predominantly white male industry and she's determined to push yourself right up to that line without crossing it marines. Black bottom is one of ten plays in august. Wilson's epic pittsburgh cycle and the only one that isn't actually set in pittsburgh wilson's insights into the complexities of twentieth century. African american experience cemented his reputation as one of this country's greatest dramatists. The filmmakers haven't opened up the material in the manner of so many stage to screen adaptations if anything they've ruthlessly tightened the play and paired it down to essentials wolf directs at a furious clip. The sets are spare even drab which has the effect of your concentration on the performances and while boseman and davis are the stars of the show. Every actor gets a chance to shine including michael potts as the bass player. Slow drag and glenn termine reprising his role as the pianist toledo from twenty sixteen revival at the heart of the play is the bond between levy a fictional creation and rainy. A real life figure. The two are antagonistic by nature levy keeps trying to put his own stamp on mas music and he makes the mistake of trying to seduce. Her young girlfriend played by taylor. Page but levy and ma are also kindred spirits. They're both trying to make authentic commercially viable art with an assistant bent on exploiting their talents but levy doesn't have martinis experience or her knack for self preservation and the weight of his past trauma ultimately proves too much to overcome the climax is hunting beyond words were seeing a man peering into an abyss played by an actor who knew his own life was slipping away chadwick. Boseman last moments on the screen are among his darkest and also is
Reclaiming Black Culture in 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'
"Played by chadwick. Boseman as the young trumpet player levy colman domingo cutler michael potts as slow drag and glenn termine as toledo. We also meet mas young lover. Desi may play by taylor page and her nephew sylvester played by deuce on brown. I want to just dive right in joel. You said you were very excited to talk about this coming what you thought. Oh my gosh linda. I loved it like it's hard to put into words how much i enjoyed it. And all of the reasons but chadwick boseman this be his final performance. Jeff estates think recently denzel washington in an interview said that like he didn't lose anything we lost him this idea that he gave everything he had to give while he was here. This for me is probably his magnum opus. His great work his his final statement. To wasn't he left us a lot of really great. If you look at all the roles he's chose in the last like three to four years. All of them are about conclusions and about wrapping things up. This one is so much more about like the hurt and pain. You have to just go through as a black person just to exist in this country and it's profound and gorgeous and the way we'll shoots this. I struggle a lot with theater to film translations. Because it's like theater it's so meant to be experienced in person and sometimes dial it doesn't quite work and particularly when they're monologue like you have a hard time like this doesn't feel real because it's not it's theater if you don't have to live in same kind of rules that film often does but when we'll takes his camera at a high angle as chadwick boseman is giving this like very revealing monologue. You're able to stay in it because you're sort of. It feels almost more in his head. It's more conversations having with and it captures. I think what is so hard to translate between these two mediums. And i love it and then on top of all that colman. Domingo like if you're making a movie just put colman domingo you cast anyone else in any other will ever a silent killer in everything that he does. And it's so profound. I love his in bad movies. I love his work in great. I love coleman doing and here he just continues that check and then they leave is crowns. It all off by just being great and showing up and her vocal performance away. She drinks coke. Makes you wanna die. It's a seven. I love performances. I like live live for like actors being able to nestle into character and create something that is so alive and vivid. No one in the cast isn't doing that. It's nearly a perfect soga. Yeah stephen thompson. What did you think. I love this movie. Too i think the central performances by chadwick boseman and by viola davis are so beautifully done. I do think there are a lot of parallels to be drawn between this film and fences which one viola davis and oscar that has also adapted from an august wilson. Play and both films are really so centered on the performances. They are really showcases for actors more than there necessarily like show willie directed big epochs. There are focused on the performances. I think that theatre film translation does trip them both up a little bit. Where they're so focused on the performances. They don't flow as naturally as they might. This there are points in this film. That felt a little bit stagey to me. But at the same time those performances are glorious. As joel said that chadwick boseman performance is is titanic. I mean it is a oscar clip e speech -i big performance. I think we cannot underestimate. How great this viola davis performance is. It is a quieter performance. She's doing so much work with just like kind of heavy eyelid. Look at a character will just is just searing. She is fantastic film and like joel said colman. Domingo is great. Glenn is great as toledo. I loved this film and as you would expect it just weaves music in beautifully. Yeah all right. I asia. Let's go to you next to you.
Who Was Mary Fields
"Mary. field was born. Enslaved eighteen thirty two like most formerly enslaved people from history. Her exact birthday and birthplace aren't known but some historians believe. Mary was born in tennessee though. Details about her childhood were lost. There are records of her working for enslavers in west virginia. She was emancipated following the civil war. Afterwards mary decided to travel north along the mississippi river seeking an area of the country more sympathetic to formerly enslaved people along the way she worked on steamboats servant and lawn dress she settled down in an unlikely spot. The ursuline convent of the sacred heart in toledo ohio. It's unclear why. Mary settled in the convent to work as a grounds keeper. Some say she traveled there with a family friend or the daughter of her former enslavers. Whatever her reason. Mary didn't quite fit in among the disciplined nuns. She had quite the temper and to happen for cursing and drinking. She argued with the nuns for a higher salary and yelled anyone who stepped on her freshly trimmed grass. Mary left toledo and headed west. Most likely to care for the sacred heart. Convents mother superior. Mother amadeus done. Mother done had moved to montana for missionary work and their fell ill but mary caught wind. That mother done was sick. Mary traveled to cascade montana to nurse her back to health and to work for a new convent nearby. Mary was fiercely loyal. She wasn't suited for convent life. She raucously drank in bars with men and women's clothing at one point. She one of the convents meal. Janitors got in an argument that escalated until both at them drew their guns though. No guns were fired. Conference bishop had had enough and kicked mary out out of work. Mary did odd jobs to get buy some say. She tried opening a restaurant which failed when she gave away too. Many free meals others say she opened up a laundry shop. Her love of hard liquor and gunfights quickly earned her a reputation in her new home. Town in nineteen eighty-five. Mary got a job with the postal service protecting mail along. Its delivery route in the harsh conditions of northern montana. She was the second woman and first black woman to hold this position known as a star route carrier. Though mary was already in her sixties this turned out to be the perfect job for her. Mary grew famous for her fearlessness against all threats on the montana trail legend say she fought back a whole pack of wolves with her rifle bandits. Didn't stand a chance against her. She was a beloved figure cascade known for her generosity and kindness towards children. The locals called her stagecoach mary and honor of the vehicle she used to deliver. Even after mary retired from the position she maintained her legendary reputation restaurants and bars gave her free food and drinks and she even became the mascot for the town baseball team mary fields passed away on december fifth nineteen fourteen. She had one of the most attended funerals and cascade history
Millions of hungry Americans turn to food banks for first time.
"In the world even during times of prosperity schools handout millions of hot meals a day to children and desperate. Elderly americans are sometimes forced to choose between medicine and food now in the pandemic of twenty twenty with illness job loss and business closures millions. More americans are worried about empty. Refrigerators and baron cupboards foodbanks a doling out meals at a rapid pace and an associated press data analysis found a sharp rise in the amount of food distributed compared with last year. Meanwhile some people are skipping meals. So that children can eat and others depending on cheap food that lacks nutrition. Those fighting hunger say they've never seen anything like this. In america even during the great recession of two thousand seven to two thousand nine and still the trump administration denies and dismisses poverty as people not doing enough to help themselves from anaheim california to san antonio texas toledo ohio and orlando florida thousands of vehicles carrying hungry people queued up a miles across the horizon feeding america. The nation's largest anti hunger organization scrambled to keep up estates locked down and schools many providing free breakfasts lunches closed in late march twenty percent of the organizations two hundred food banks were in danger of running out of food. The problem with supply subsided but dimond has not feeding. America never handed out so much food so fast. Four point two billion meals for much through october the organization has seen a sixty percent average increase in food bank uses during the pandemic about foreign ten a first timers for communities of color. The pandemic has been compound. Disaster with blacks latinos reeling from disproportionately high rates of deaths infections and joblessness.
Seattle - Washington State Opens Up Grant Applications for Small-Business Relief
"Today, small businesses can apply for covert 19 relief funds that might help them stay open. Erik Jensen, owner of the Toledo Bar in Seattle, tells carry 70 V. The state still expects him to renew his liquor license in spite of heavy restrictions on his business there, saying that helps on the way and I do believe that it is, but I think there's easier coming just things to do. State says that cares Act money cannot be used to pay liquor license fees.
Dr. Leana Wen (with Rock the Boat)
"I'm happy to join you today. I am dr lena. I'm emergency physician and public health professor george washington university. I also previously served as the health commissioner for the city of baltimore into it wouldn't be a complete introduction here without mentioning that i am a chinese american immigrant. My parents and i came to the us. Just before. i turned eight. And i'm also the you mother of two. I have a son who just turned three and a baby daughter who is five months old. My gosh congratulations. I also noticed that you are from shanghai. As am i so. I don't know if that you still speak shanghainese at all at home. I actually never did. Because i was raised primarily with my grandparents on my father's side whom did not come from shanghai and so i understand shanghainese but actually never spoke. We will not do a practice here. team that don't come late rayo he say you're gonna understand it and kerley speak it. It's always great to connect with somebody from my hometown. We always love to start with an origin story. Lena and you just have such an incredible ordinance story. And you've talked about it in your ted talks and everything but i'm kind of curious like what little was like thinking about this because i look at my son and someone told me prior to you having kids and i didn't really understand this. They said your son or your your children will have all of your best characteristics but also all of your worst characteristics whereas you as parents or adults are able to filter out to end can elise temper your worst. Tendencies your wounded just wash. Show you on your worst using so. I'm thinking about that as i'm answer your question because when i see my son i think is a lot of the same of the worst tendencies up. I think i was very opinionated. Child if you who's who as adults don't find surprising at all. I don't know if i threw a lot of tantrums by son deafening does so i. I'm not sure if it from me or my husband but you know because my parents and i came. When i was pretty young and i think like many immigrant families. We went through a lot of hardships. When we first came to the us we came to utah. Which is another kind of a strange story. Because what shanghai china has in common with. Logan utah is really not very much. Yeah but my mother had actually spoken to a professor of hers back in shanghai and she had gotten into to university so we came because like might. My mother was a graduate student. Here and got into universities one was utah state university in logan utah and the other was university of illinois in chicago and her professor said to her. Oh utah that is. The place to be your. In retrospect your leg. Chicago's way more like shanghai than utah. I think it's just a reminder of how much of our lives are determined by circumstances like that and so we ended up in utah and then we were in la and you know. My parents always worked for jobs just to make ends meet. And so i think so much of what shapes be early on. Were the struggles. Have my parents went through. I mean these things that people referred to as entitlements me. My mother depend on wake when she was pregnant with my sister here in the us we depend on food stamps stamp in. We depend on a medicaid in children's health insurance program and i went to public school all the way throughout including college. Those were not entitlements for us. Those were our lifeline. I can really relate to that so my parents moved to toledo ohio after shanghai as well and when we first arrived in ohio rolling. There's nobody here and just like snow on the ground. There's like nothing around. And i think just the impression of what america is back then is is is just so different and dissimilar to to your family. My mom worked many different jobs like she's worked as a grocer. She's worked at a karaoke bar at some point and so i can totally relate. And it's such a quintessential immigrant story for so many of us. Did your parents ever want you to be anything as you were growing up. It's a good question. It's hard to separate it at this point. Because i am one of those knowing people who always knew that i wanted to be a doctor and so i don't know whether it was something that could be influenced by my parents impossibly but they also knew that it was something that had wanted to do and so encouraged it and so it's kind of hard to tell i will say that i think a lot of immigrants may be able to relate to this too in the us we didn't have any connections. It's not as if we knew doctors right. And so i knew my pediatrician. But i wasn't exactly someone that you could just go to become a doctor in so it was actually really challenged him even in college. I didn't know how to be a doctor. I mean i just didn't have the networks of people who could tell me you need to be taking this m cap prep cores and you need to be volunteering at hospitals in how here's how you get a shadowing experience and These are the types of activities that you should be involved in an and i think that's what's made me want to be in medical education also because i think there are so many people who have that passion for medicine or for whatever other fueled before just never given the opportunity and it's one thing for us to talk about we should have programs to recruit underrepresented minorities and to encourage people who otherwise didn't know about different fields before but for so many people that there's just so much in that experience that's not at all we could imagine including the levels of loans that you have to go through in order to get educated so i think all that is an important component to.
New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise
"Students in the nation's largest school district will once again be learning from home Today. New York City has closed its schools because the Corona virus has gotten so bad there again. On your Kamenetz from the NPR Ed team is in New York and joins us now. Good morning, Onya High. Rachel. How did this happen? How did New York get to this point? Well, it's been a saga you know. At the opening of schools was delayed twice this fall, There were acrimonious debates between parents, the union educators. The city, the state and most recently, it was hours after sort of the initial announcement that parents actually learned that they wouldn't have any way to send their Children the next day. Huh? So how? How are officials making this decision? What criteria are they basing it on? So Mayor Bill de Blasio had previously set this threshold of 3% positivity rates on tests taken across the city. That's that's very different from what we're seeing inside the schools where there were a few cases and we've been edging closer to that 3% standard over this past weekend. Now, Rachel 3% positivity is a pretty low level. Some critics have called it arbitrary. The mayor has called it, you know, conservative and stringent. How does this decision in New York computer what's happening happening in other places around the country? I mean, I think what we've been seeing obviously, cases air rising around the country and even in places where they'd opened up. Sometimes they have to close down again because there's so many staff in quarantine, but generally across the country, cities are much more likely to either stay remote or go remote. You know, l a USD in Chicago have stayed remote. This whole time. Detroit and Denver just went remote. So to Des Moines, set of Toledo, Oklahoma City and s. So it's it's really It's a tough time for in person school right now. So what are you learning on you about the science disclosing schools actually make a difference in curbing the spread. This is a really tricky point. You know? Most scientists at this point will tell you that schools, especially elementary schools, have not been found to be significant sources of spread. As a reported recently, we're seeing in many places in Europe. They've been dealing with the second wave by closing bars, restaurants, sometimes lots of businesses yet keeping schools open. But there's very few or if any places in the United States that are actually putting the kids first in that way, so Lots of critics who point out here in New York City. Indoor dining is still open at 25% capacity and their many local officials calling on the mayor and the governor to prioritize school's over bars or restaurants. What are parents telling you? I mean, especially parents who can't tell a work right? Who can't stay home with their kids? Right? So, you know, Rachel, this is a big, diverse district, Its majority low income and we should note on Lee about 300,000 of the Million Plus, students have been going to school in person, so there's a lot of variations. The mayor did mention yesterday that the city has space in its learning Bridges program, which is basically free child care, especially for essential workers. About 30,000 spots right now. We also heard yesterday and this is kind of upsetting when it comes to equity. There are about 60,000 students in the city who still don't have devices for learning at home. They're gonna be getting paper packets, and that's eight months in schools closed, but I think you know, I talked to Daniella example. He started a petition to keep schools open. She's a working mother of two and she feels like the city's taking parents like her for granted. I think a lot of it is frankly, you're a parent and you love your Children, so you always figure it out. But there's just no recognition of the insurmountable burden that parents have been under for the last seven or eight months. She added. A specially working moms NPR's Anya Kamenetz. Thank you. Thanks.
U.S. shatters single-day record for new COVID-19 cases
"Has set yet another single day Corona virus record With more than 136,000 new infections. Hospitalizations have hit an all time high correspondent David Beg. No is in Toledo. The governor is expected to address all high ones tonight in a prime time address to remind you what's at stake. Things are going in the wrong direction here yesterday, Ohio set a record In terms of hospitalizations and more new covert cases than any other day in this pandemic. I'm
The Conversation Between Buddhism and Science
"Was everyone gathered again? What were they trying to achieve by leaving Toledo? Yeah. Right so I grew up in. Alternative say alternative educational. Institution that was also a residential community, a on June, and this was in the nineteen seventies and it was called the Lindisfarne Association of. Lindisfarne. Is actually the name of Celtic Christian Monastery on the border between England and Scotland in the in the seventh eighth centuries in the dark ages. And the Lindisfarne Association where I grew up my father and mother were the founders of the of the organization and my father took the name Lindisfarne? Because he wanted a name that evokes the idea of learning the preservation of learning in the creation of new forms of learning in a time of crisis. In in the Dark Ages you could say, my father was a university professor. He was a professor of humanities at York University in Toronto. And he decided kind of at the height of his academic career. He had tenure he had published a number of books that he he didn't really feel that the universities were creating the kinds of learning and the kinds of individual and societal transformation that were needed for this time. This is early nineteen seventies, and so he quit his tenured position and he with. Seed funding money from a variety of different sources started the Lindisfarne Association and it started in Long Island new. York. So so we moved from Toronto to New York and then also we have center in New York City in Manhattan. And the idea was to bring together. Scholars Artists are religious scholars where teachers, spiritual teachers, philosophers, scientists, poets, activists, ecologists to bring them together into a conversation and also to create a residential community with curriculum of study in all of these different areas, and then of you could say spiritual practice at was a syncretic eclectic. That was represented by different teachers from different religious traditions in residence. For. The for the community members who were some of them were of all generations. So some of them were you know sort of drop out college students would come live there other were were older people obviously I was one of the kids who is growing up in this environment we had a we had a kind of alternative home schooling for the kids. As parts as part of the community and it was in this community in the studying that I really I was exposed to I. Guess You could say the Living Buddhism I had read about Buddhism. Kids books that my dad had given me. And so it was in that setting that I really encountered living Buddhism in the form of I. It was a teachers of Zen Buddhism. We had connections to the San Francisco's end center which at that time. was directed by the Abbot Richard Bay Karoshi he and my father knew each other and. Richard Baker she sent Zen monks, live the teachers there. And so that was kind of the environment in which I grew up as a as a kid. You mentioned that I think it was rid Anderson that came to the to the. Space. You noted how that change things for you. And so it got a little bit more or steer by the Read I. Think you are last. So you mentioned your eleven at the time. So you talk a little bit about that before and after
Xavier Releases Non-Conference Men's Basketball Schedule
"Xavier's announced its nonconference schedule. The Xavier Invitational kicks off at New November 25th against Oakland. The Muskie's will also host Bradley, Toledo, Easter Kentucky, Tennessee Tech and Oklahoma. The crosstown shoot out against the Cincinnati Para can't set for December. 6th. Build
Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (with Rock the Boat)
"My name is Yulia new. I'm actually the Assembly member representing Lower Manhattan, which actually encompasses some very thing statue of Liberty Wall Street financial, district Battery Park City salary seep, or and of course, my favorite, which is like the lower east side Chinatown area, which I think everybody thinks. As new. York. So yeah. Proud of my district. Yeah. Well, I'm very proud of your district too because I live their. So you know, we always like to start off the podcast with going back in time and understanding who our guests are when they're little. So what was little you lean like parents brought me to the states when only six months old mom and dad were actually really amazing and brave and they were in their late twenties and they decided to immigrate to the United States with a thousand dollars in their pockets and sixty cases the baby can have to you know. On my dad decided that he was going to go to Moscow Idaho. Doing school at the University of Hide Ho in Moscow was willing to actually give my data package that would be able to bring over his young family. So yeah was able to get a dormitory for families that would allow him to be able to keep our family together, and so that's the decision that he made and I'm really glad that I wasn't just like left behind somewhere but I would only six months old when we came and then we moved around a lot to agent immigrant family was really in pursuit of my fathers education, my nurse, and so she was amazing and just kind of picked up and started up wherever my dad needed her to and yeah, that's like the strength of. This amazing woman that I call mom yeah I see. So many parallels between might Ernie in your journey my dad is the same. He got a scholarship at the University of Toledo Ohio similar to you my family and I have moved around to seven different states, and so I was looking at your bio and I notice that you lived in Idaho and Texas and. All these different states where there are very few Asians in those states. Like for you when we moved to Oregon I still remember just. Having, a small Asian American community around us because we were in a small town called Beaverton Oregon and there's a lot of actually Asian Americans there what you know like within the school I was obviously Asian kid and I just was. Very, lonely I got bullied a lot in school and when I was in. Elementary School on Texas I. still remember she used to bully me a lot like she pulled me into the CO closet and have all of my other classmates take turns spitting on me. There was a time when she likes to remind lunchbox bathroom and I was too afraid to. There, but she set the trash can on fire, lock me in, and then the sprinklers went off and John My. Gosh appeal right. That was whole thing. I didn't catch on fire but she ran out. Locked the door and I was so afraid that I actually paid by solve in a bathroom. Into things that were going on in Texas all the time and totally acceptable and I still remember how it was totally okay for somebody to just WANNA be up because. I actually read home to my mom and I was crying and telling her I had no friends and the she was so sad for me and I remember little calmer face because I kept saying like why I was blaming her I was like, why did you have to make me Chinese like why? Make Asian, and mom. So remember that day distinctly 'cause I was so angry at her way that. Now I can talk about a lot easier, but I just don't remember like her shock her her and like her inability to do anything to protect me right and. There was nothing that of course you could do and I. Still Remember her was to study harder because you know everybody likes people with good grades. The most Asian answer. I guess at what point were you able to sort of embrace Eurasian identity when I can't I didn't understand a lot of my parents are doing it like I understand why my dad you know put a break in the toilet or like. It was like, wow, people must. Like do weird things. But actually when was like an Enviro and he was making a low flow toilet, you know he was doing all kinds of stuff that was interesting like garden and I was like Oh. My Gosh like please stop gardening. Poor. Poor but I don't look like that. I remember being like very scared in a shame ole time and then when I started to see how that was so wrong and where my Internalizing all this stuff. Was it really kind of broke one of the things I remember the most was watching my mom study. And I remember crying a little bit because she studied and worked so hard all the time. She. Was a nurse for most of my life. She was just. Nurse. All the time and. She worked night shifts and she was also studying because I like all of her certificates and everything had to be redone he was very experienced in very qualified nursing. Taiwan. To recertify everything and. She start working towards for Masters to be able to do administration and things like that and so as I still remember she was pregnant with my brother and she was studying an issue going to work and doing all these things I just remember thinking like, wow like. I'm home is amazing.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Claims Hunter Biden's Laptop Has Photos Of Underage Girls
"Mr. Mayor. Rudy Giuliani joins me now, Mr Mary, how you doing this morning? I'm doing Well, how are you? I'm great. I'm excited. Too weak from today. I think we're going to find out. Trump won Maybe even the night before that to be nice. You have made some news, sir. All these stories coming out now about 100 biting hard drive. Email. Democrats have never job. I never denied these. Amy. These e mails were fake. Never said they're fake blah, blah, blah. But you you made the amount you'd explain it that there are now and I don't get this wrong. Photos of underage girls. Maybe naked girls underage on Hunter Biden's hard drive and now an FBI agent that signed a subpoena to take the hard drive, actually, ah focuses and investigates crimes committed against Children. So this is a big deal. Explain what you have so far. Well, there's only a certain that I can explain properly. Ah! I was given the hard drive. By my attorney who got it from the man who was repairing it, and after a long period of time, opened it up, looked at it and basically found evidence. Criminality with regard to Ukraine and China. Basically, there are Very, very clear statements on there. That the money that Hunter Biden was collecting from Ukraine, China Russia. Kazakhstan, Romania. That he was sharing a Toledo had with his father. Even during the time his father was vice president. Which would take this from a conflict of interest case. You a straight out really, really serious bribery case. And those those 100 Biden's words. In a text. You a relative. Complaining about the half that he has to give his father Is also a document there. In which tent in which the Bidens the Biden family meeting, Hunter is on his uncle. Go into business with three major Chinese communist members of Chinese organized crime. Very dangerous people, one of whom is and killed subsequently executed. Uh, and it's a deal where they get $10 million a year. 50% of the profits for making introductions. And Hunter gets a million dollars up front from the Chinese Communist. They also set up the office together. However, when you find the secret document, which is in the in the hard drive, there's a secret document that includes an additional part. It isn't in the official papers. The additional partner gets 10%. Off the overall deal. Then, according to 100 texts, actually gets 50% of what everybody else gets. Oh, he's getting a big chunk. The additional partner is described as 10% for the big guy. I'm reading from the text right now. 10% for the big guy. So now you have to figure out who is the big guy. Go. Pages later, or two Text later. Hunter. Biden is asking for teas for the new office, the first key that he asked for the job, but The second key for Jill. Bye. So he's gonna be in this office of this partnership between the Biden family. In the Chinese communist government, the name of the businesses Hudson West or something. And And finally Now I've been to anonymous Forces What's called who were involved in this deal who have identified the big guy as Joe Biden. And one of them is on the verge of becoming public. I know who they are not at liberty to give you their names, but they have been made known to the FBI and have given statements to the FBI. So basically Basically Basically what you have. Is, um Clear evidence that Biden I was involved. In massive bribery. I think I think it's described this 30 30 years 30 years of bribery, described his people. In the text messages are incredible, breathtaking crimes. In addition to it, there's a photograph section 28 to 29,000 photos that many of them harmless. Some of which Pornographic. Some of which could be described as perverted. And then there was some That, in the words of Hunter Biden's words and the way he describes his activities. Reconstitute. Um, danger to Children. So it was submitted to the Delaware police. Buy me and former Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik. Them to analyze and determine what what exactly is this? There are Pictures of young girls cannot describe exactly how they dressed. But In a way that would be a matter of concern. And there are texts. In which he admits that he's a danger to Children. And then their attacks that make allegations about him that he denies. Even though he admits he's a danger. The Children he denies having taken his clothes off in front of them. Or having face time. The nude. Psychiatrist or one of the young girls since that he did that.
Trump to hold rally Monday in Florida despite his COVID-19 case
"Campaign trail since testing positive for the Corona virus. Democratic opponent, Joe Biden will be in Ohio with the campaign speech in Ohio. Excuse me in Toledo and then a voter mobilization event in Cincinnati. Surveys show The race in Ohio is tight. The Nobel Prize for Economics Science will be announced Monday. This is the last
Does Talking To Plants Help Them Grow?
"All Right Emily Kwong you are here for another microwave the. Short. Little episodes where we read some listener mail at the end. And we're talking about what science has to say and not say about plant bioacoustics and this question that I can't believe I'm asking which is does talking to plants impact their growth. It is probably the most common question I get from the public. This is Heidi apple professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo. And just to get this out of the way, there is no conclusive scientific proof. The talking to your plans helps them grow. All. Right. Every episode done Boo Boo Boo we. Hold the phone if I? It's not that simple because Heidi is one of the few people who has studied plant response to sound and she considers plants to be sentient beings. They have a sense of vision sight smell. And taste they have hearing. Scientists disagree about what language to use here I mean our plants sentient. They don't have brains. You know those kinds of questions but scientists have found evidence that plants can detect sound all life has some form of McConnell reception. Mechanical reception meaning, they can sense stimuli from their environment like touch pressure and vibration. We humans have pressure receptors on our skin and it turns out that plants can sense pressure to this is this is very cool. I'm getting into this now. Yeah. Through these special proteins called mechanical receptors that can send a signal that sets off a chain of events telling the plant, how to respond so like if a bug lands on them or something yes, and the plant will perhaps release chemical to defend itself plant panic. That's right. So these Magana receptors are really important for telling the plant what's up in its environment and plant scientists think these McKenna receptors may play a role in helping plants, pick up vibrations including the vibrations caused by sound. You know sound waves we've known for a long time that plants can respond to single tones or even music. And they can respond by growing a little differently or their seeds may germinate at a different rate. But we never understood why they would do this. Why would they have this capability and that's where my work with collaborator Rex Co crowd at the University of Missouri comes in. So few years ago. Heidi Rex put together a little study asking if a plant will respond to vibrations in their environment and the vibration they chose to test was caused by a Caterpillar shoeing. What an adorable experiment munch up the leaves of the plant, specifically a mouse ear cress which Heidi had growing in the lab. and. These vibrations are super subtle. The the leaf sometimes moving like one ten thousand of an inch as the Caterpillar bites down. Brexit Heidi played the vibration, the vibration of the nominee caterpillar right back to other crush plants who had not been munched on at all, and then expose those same plants to real. Caterpillars. And measured their chemical response and the plants that had heard the recording beforehand produced more insect defense chemicals Oh so like playing the sound before the real caterpillar primed the plants. Yeah. This experiment show that plants pre exposed to the sound of Human Caterpillar produced a different response more plant panic if you will. Yes I will which suggested you know that plants these plants are sensitive to the sounds of this Predator the Caterpillar and then they tested other vibrations on the plant wind other insect eating noises that were not as threatening and when you know the plants did not respond like chemically they didn't respond. Correct. So okay. So does that mean they have? For lack of a better term selective hearing more like selective responding. Okay. Plants do respond to sound but only to sounds they've evolved to respond to if that makes sense. In, this case a Caterpillar Chewing Gotcha. Okay. So Caterpillar chewing. Yes. But what about a human voice? Well, that hasn't been comprehensively tested. Okay and Heidi thinks it's not likely a plant will be experiencing. No as in the sense of wind or a bird or a singing and Tamala gist. You, but they will they will be tuned to only the things that are important to them. Right, and and we don't know if one of those things is a human voice. We also don't know the. Of what they detect and we don't know if they'd have a reason to respond. So should you talk to your plants? Sure. Why not is it going to help them grow better your voice alone? No I don't think it's going to however. If you connect emotionally with your plant, better because you're talking with them, that means you're probably going to take better care of it, and therefore we're talking to your plants indirectly could
Does the Community of Lily Dale Reconnect the Living and the Dead?
"In eighteen forty, eight, two young women known as the Fox sisters heard mysterious wrappings in their house in Rochester New York and claimed that they were messages from the spirit world. Enough people at the time believed the sisters that an entire new field known as spiritualism was born. Based in European, philosophic writings from previous centuries spiritualism was and is a structured belief that humans consist of a body, a soul, and spirit. When someone dies the belief goes the soul and spirit live on in a spirit realm. According to a study published in the Journal of Religion in Nineteen, thirty quote the chief duty of these spirits is to look after the welfare and progress of those on earth. Upstate New York at that time was already a hotbed of intellectual communities so hot that it was known as the burned over district for the nearly constant religious revivals took place they're. Just Smith the founder of mormonism got his start their. Literary and intellectual community of Chautauqua where feminist four mothers. Susan B. Anthony Hung Out was nearby. So in a way spiritualism that right in. In eighteen eighty, the Lily Dale spiritualist assembly, it was founded at the Eighteen Acre Casadei Lakes Free Association camp for spiritualist gatherings in nineteen O six. The whole community was renamed Lily Dale. Now, more than a century later, it sounds kind of weird and which he and campy but Lily Dale was incredibly popular in its early days. It began holding summer camps in the eighteen nineties that were well attended to put it. Mildly Susan B. Anthony was one of the many who visited to check out the mediums. A journalist working for the New York Times stayed in eighteen, ninety eight and reported that a quarter million people went to the tiny town every year. The reporter noted mediums as a class are strange beings. At the time of his visit mediums were charging one hundred dollars per session, which is about three thousand dollars today. Interestingly the price for reading is currently around eighty to one hundred dollars in today's dollars. He witnessed a few of the techniques that came to be associated with Lily Dale such as an ear trumpet that would rise from the floor and deliver a message directly into an attendees ear. Mediums Lily Dale also used a slate on which spirits could write messages. You may be surprised to learn the candles incense are forbidden at Lily. Dale. The buildings and the community are very old and very wooden, and it doesn't take a medium to know what will happen if there's an open flame. Well actually, they know very well, what will happen the Fox sisters original house was mood from Rochester to Toledo but went up in flames in nineteen, fifty five. Spiritualism declined in the twentieth century but Lily Dale remained a stronghold was summer camps continuing every year. For the past several years, attendance has also held steady at twenty, thousand, thirty thousand visitors going there in search of clarity indirection though this year visitor numbers were restricted to just eighty per day was social distancing and mask rules in place in addition to other precautions. A study published in the review of religious research in nineteen eighty found that only a small percentage of visitors. At that time, we're going to talk to a dead family member. The study's authors came to the conclusion that the kind of spiritualism practiced at Hillsdale was more like a religious sect than a cult. The difference being that sex are usually breakoffs from mainstream religions whereas cults tend to involve novel ideas. The study concluded that the mediums at Lily Dale might be doing people a service by granting them a level of peace and acceptance. The researchers wrote if spirit communication can be associated with madness, it's also possible to view the medium as a mental health resource. Whether people still visit, Lily. Vail. Today for clarity and direction or they want to make contact with the other side probably comes down to the individual. But since the nineteen seventies, the number of mediums and the population of lily male have soared. Back. Then the village was home to about twenty five to thirty mediums residents during the summer camps and a dozen or so who stayed on to keep up the town year round. Today under normal circumstances, visitors are welcome in the off season and Lily Dale has a year round population of two hundred fifty as well as the Post Office Volunteer Fire Department Library and playground there's also a coffee shop two restaurants a few gift shops some guest houses a hotel and museum. The National Spiritualist Association of Churches is located there. But members of the Lily del Assembly can lease houses in the community. But back to the mediums. Now, there are some forty registered mediums and all aspirants have to pass a test consisting of three readings before being established in the community. And they are still the main a draw. What are people are going in hopes of receiving or conveying a message to dad loved ones is totally personal and depends on their belief in the mediums abilities. Under normal circumstances, those interested don't have to pony up for a private session either there is a day use fee for anyone who wants to go and simply roam the streets and attend the public meditations and services, and you can visit inspiration stump where services have been held since eighteen, ninety eight. This year all workshops classes, and some circles were held virtually. One thing has not changed throughout Lily Tales history. The community has always emphasized sobriety humility and a decided lack of showmanship. They may appreciate a good pun but they take their work seriously. They also emphasized that the future is not written in stone everyone has free will.
"toledo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"toledo" Discussed on When in Spain
"Yes. My Legs Wreck. Pretty Achey after walking up and down around today for a few hours but I really enjoyed it beautiful city and it comes highly recommended from me. If you're in that part of Spain certainly go and visit Toledo just before I finish up this episode. If you're new to the winning Spain podcast we also have a presence on all of the usual social media platforms. There is a win. Spain facebook page and facebook group feel free to join the group there around three thousand members in the group place for you to share any questions with fellow when in Spain listeners. It's a place for you to share any content which you think is interesting about. Spain photos news articles. Anything like that. If you're into photography wedding. Spain also has a presence on instagram where I usually post photographs which relate to the various one in Spain episodes and they will say post a random snaps on there that I like from around Madrid and other parts of Spain so go and give us a follow on instagram. It's when in Spain one. That's the handle. You need to follow us that one last thing just before. I go if you enjoy the one in Spain. Po cast or if you enjoyed this episode and you would like to show some support for the work that I do. Please consider becoming a one in Spain. Patron what is a winning Spain patron when I went in? Spain patron is someone who very kindly signs up to make small monthly donations to help support the podcast to help. Cover the some of the costs in putting the show together and indeed my time as well so if you do enjoy the poor cast and maybe you've been thinking about doing it for a while. You can sign up anytime from as little as just one dollar per month. If you sign up at the five dollar per month or above levels you will also get access to bonus when in Spain content as well. It's really easy. Takes a couple of minutes to sign up it secure and you can do it on the crowd. Funding website called Patriarch on dot com forward slash went in Spain Patriot on dot com forward slash went in Spain. And when you hit that page you'll see the one in Spain logo and the Brandon. You'll know you're in the right place and on the page you will see. I think there are five different tiers which you can sign up to to make small monthly donations so anything at all from as little as one dollar per month to help keep this podcast going and growing. I would be really really really grateful and appreciative. I'm an independent content creator. That is what patriarch is designed for is to give fans of independent content creators the opportunity to show a little bit of their appreciation by making small donations. This is my passion project. I love bringing a little slice of Spanish life or Spain into your is every week but it doesn't come without its cost and it is very time consuming. Unfortunately I don't do this time. I would love to do it for time as I said. This is a passion project which do alongside my day job which is teaching English. And I don't have any big media company behind me. I don't have the backing of any sponsors or anything like that. Well frankly without the support of the patients that I already have. I probably would have stopped in quite a long time ago. So if you do enjoy the podcast and you would like to see a continue and you would like to listen to many more episodes in the future which will hopefully become bigger and better with more guests more places information more insights all of that. Kinda thing then pleased to consider signing up to become a Patriot from just as little as one dollar half a cup of coffee month to keep this podcast going into the future okay enough of the shameless self promotion. I will be back with a brand new episode next week. In the meantime I will beat. You asked the logo..
"toledo" Discussed on When in Spain
"This week with the other side of the Spanish capital last week's episode. I was up in the region of Aragon and well this week about an hour. South Madrid driving in the historic city of Toledo capital of the province of Toledo and in the region of Casteel. I'm thanks for joining me as I'm talking to you. It's a Saudi Saturday morning and today's actually my birthday. I've come to Toledo with Carina and her family and well arena is of looking at wedding dresses. That was her reason for coming to Toledo. Obviously I come and go look at wedding dresses with her so I have taken advantage of the situation and I'm spending the morning wondering around Toledo at the moment. I'm standing right in the middle of Dhaka Dobie which used to be an old Arabic or Morrish. Suk these days. It's the main plethora of the city and the moment lots of people around people buying their Saturday morning. Newspapers from the little new Stan. There are groups of tour guides waiting to take people in the city. Lots of people around lots going on lots of hustle and bustle and in this episode. I'll be taking you around a few of the most important sites of Toledo I'll be recounting a little bit of history of the city and it has a fascinating and very rich history in date and I would say really. It's one of the must see cities in Spain and if any listeners at some point in the future planning a trip to Madrid and you're going to be a Madrid for more than say four or five days later is the perfect sidetrip. It's the perfect day trip from Madrid as I said it's thirty minutes on the train from Madrid. The trains leave every half an hour. And if you're driving it's about an hour drive south of Madrid so just before. I set often guide you around later just a quick note to say a big. Thank you to a new one in Spain. Patron Hugh Morin. Hugh thank you so much for deciding to sign up in support this podcast and the work that I do putting together much appreciated big big growth. Yes to you. Hugh and if any other listeners enjoy the podcast and would like to help support it. Support me in keeping it going and covering the of putting the show together covering some of my time as well Please consider signing up to become a winning Spain patron via the Patriots on page which is Patriots Dot com forward slash when in Spain. It's a crowdfunding page and you can sign up to pledge small monthly donations there are various tiers for as little as one dollar if he plays at the five dollars or above levels you will also get access to win in. Spain bonus content and just to say existing when in Spain patrons who pledge at that amount or more. I will be putting together a little bonus video to accompany this podcast episode as well so Toledo. Well this is only my second visit to actually. I came here about three years ago. I guess sometimes when things are right on your doorstep you don't often make the most of them but I just really remembering and rediscovering. Just how beautiful. The city is if you're driving into towards the city you can't help but notice. Toledo's magnificent cathedral perched on the hill. Indeed Toledo itself is dramatically situated. I would say above a gorge which is overlooking the real town. The population of Toledo is pushing nine. Hundred thousand so. It's by no means a huge city but one thing I've been walking around the city. This morning is just how confusing the layout of the city can be it really is and I know I said is quite often about Spanish cities. I DESCRIBE THEM OVER. Historic centers of being like amazed streets or a labyrinth but. Toledo really is. It's another level. It's so easy to get lost in. This city have really is a maze of tiny narrow winding streets. I don't think there is one single straight road in Toledo. One of many interesting things about Toledo is that used to be the capital of Spain. It is Spain's former capital and I do sometimes wonder if Toledo had stayed the capital of Spain. What it would have evolved into what it would have been like compared to Madrid today so it was the capital from five forty two up until seven twenty five joining the VC gothic domination of the city and this was the capital of the Gothic Kingdom. Now not much is known about the physical since Spain. They're a bit of an elusive. Gang related could lay claim to being really the center of the visigoths kingdom which followed the Roman Empire later is also known as the imperial city because it was the main venue of the court of chows. The v the Holy Roman emperor in Spain. Very important to mention that. It's also known as the city of three coaches because during the Middle Ages it was a place where Christian Muslim and Jewish communities all peacefully and respectfully coexisted alongside each other tomatoes home to musk's sephardic synagogues. And it also has one of Spain's finest gothic cathedrals all of this crammed into a very compact historic center. I will head along to the Cathedral of a little bit later. One thing to mention about the cathedral is that it is home to a twenty ton. Bell roads were specifically created to maneuver the ballot to the Cathedral. How they got up into the tower is another question. It must have been incredible feat of Engineering. It weighs twenty tons. Unfortunately the bally's Fr- act these days so it doesn't ring anymore. Toledo's other forte is art as well. The haunting campuses of the painter El Greco Greco lived into later. And today you can go and visit El Greco's which has been converted into a small museum. The last time I was in Toledo I visited it. I don't know if I would have time to do that today. In today's podcast one of the most dominating features of Toledo I would say again when you approached Toledo On the hill. One of the first buildings you may notice is the out cafod now. The out KAFFA like many other Spanish cities is An Ancient Morrish fortress. It was built on the site of an earlier. Roman fought and it was later renovated by the Christian kings. Alfonso the six the brave in the eleventh century and from the Tenth Alfonso The wise in the thirteenth century is a very imposing square block. We've four towers on each corner at during the Spanish civil war the L. Catha was used as a nationalist garrison and apparently is considered as a monument to the heroism of Franco by funke supporters at day. Now houses an army museum with exhibits all about the Spanish civil war and Just behind the AL KAFFA. There's a little square which is just where I'm standing now with. Great views looking across the plains in the distance and the hills surrounding the city. I've left the al-Qatar I'm just heading towards the cathedral and I can see the spire in the distance and negotiating flights of steps tiny narrow couple streets and walking around the city. One thing author noticed is there are lots and lots of gift shops of course because tomato is. I would say very touristy to be honest and considering that today is the seven th of March you know I would consider low season There are lots and lots of groups of tourists around and told groups. Talk is not kind of thing but just one of gift shops in the city where you also natives very steep streaks in China not to fall. Over on the couple's I'm thinking around later. Lots and lots of shops selling knifes knives and swords in fact till later has always been famous for still for it still Toledo Steel and Toledo has traditionally been a sword making and steel working center since about five hundred BC. Apparently when it came to the attention of Rome when used by Hannibal in the punic wars so it became a standard source of weaponry for the Roman legions it was also used for the Spanish armies during the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries as wall and apparently it's production is being kept secret. But yes as you walk around the city you see in shop windows through the Glass Windows. Bit Lost Now Dacca's pen knives and swords everywhere readily available to buy so down another narrow cobbled streets. The thing is with these coupled. Streets is very steep and not not easy to navigate. Luckily going downhill. But I know that going downhill means. I'M GONNA go back up hill at some point just the edge of the Cathedral now trying to work how which way to go from six gifts to the entrance..
"toledo" Discussed on KNSS
"Toledo Ohio Thursday night and fox's mad fans says he touched on plenty of topics with one notable exception president trump did not mention anything about that Ukrainian plane now reported to have been shot down by a wrong until Iran's general because some stolen money the president said by killing so money he prevented another Benghazi like attack but the house is looking to limit the president's ability to take more action against Iran and approved war powers resolution to do just that speaker Nancy Pelosi with a message for the president to have a responsibility to consult with Congress Republican leaders are saying the resolution is just for show Chicago officials are on the hunt looking for coyotes after one reportedly attacked a six year old boy that child did not suffer life threatening injuries fox news hello Americans I'm Todd Starnes with news and commentary maxed my name is doctor interface which and I teach microbiology calling university and so instead of trying to teach biology from this perspective that gives you this new version of evolution you get this perspective of this is who god is this is who god has revealed himself to be and he's revealed himself in nature which is terribly exciting to study hi Todd Starnes here true it offers biblically center degree programs check out true it not eating you slash Starnes remember when Maxine waters told an angry crowd to get in the face of trump supporters to absolutely harass them and the shopping malls a grocery stores well it turns out one of those anti drug dogs picked the wrong gun toting Bible cling in deplorable to Bali this story from the citizens voice newspaper in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania some lunatic comes up to a trump guy wearing a mac I had told the fellow to take the hand off and when the trunk I refused the other guys smacked back at office at at that point the trump supporter calmly pulled out a gun and let's just say the situation de escalated rather quickly the police chief says the trump supporter was in fact a law abiding gun owner with the concealed carry permit and once the attackers all the weapon he took off like an Olympic runner by the way we have a great new podcast posted on the website it's a free download available right now at Todd Starnes dot com hello Wichita this is Michael savage inviting to set your clocks the eight PM for the savage nation right here on K. N. S. S. this is Wichita's number one ninety seven and thirteen thirty AM as an thank you you're listening to coast to coast AM with George Noory well as we creep along the ninety one thousand members of paranormal date dot com it's eight hundred and six people the girl that is at eight hundred and sex free to sign up give it a try hope you meet somebody.
"toledo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Happened but not to be outdone. We need you to hire x amount of black over to find you find. That will build anything. Gotcha part of our quote right off their new Detroit. We're talking about all Detroit Toledo whatever the Ohio Governor Robert Lucas and legislator passed a resolution the extended counter borders into strip and Hebron surveyors remarked the lines which course made everyone not to impress in both sides raise militias to guard the land do militias back to the Melissa. Thank learned that the last episode that states can't do that Belushi militias. Yes no do the militia in fact you can have a bunch of billy's with guns are always love on facebook with Alway gun-toting friends it's part of the second amendment. They always forget the. It's the part before the comma well regulating in order to maintain a well regulated militia comma. The the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed cool you can stockpile you want. Just tell me what militia you belong to an EH bullets. You have your guns. We go to meetings like they used to write. Everybody jets and snapchat demanded and waving to goes room on talks to the actual meetings bought.
"toledo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"For an accident in the Toledo area on Sylvania Avenue at Douglas road it's an injury accident please avoid that area also another action on burn road at hill Avenue forecast for the rest of the afternoon I have thirty four today down to twenty for tonight cloudy tomorrow with a high of thirty six right now it's thirty one degrees from the town hall that com news room the Michigan department of transportation says twenty twenty will be even busier than this year for road construction in metro Detroit spokeswoman Dianne cross as we have more projects planned for next year with a major focus on replacing bridges on I ninety four and resurfacing I ninety four from Congress street to eleven mile road other projects will include I two seventy five eight mile road between I. seventy five nine ninety four and wrapping up the I seventy five modernization project in Oakland county a lake shore flood warning is in effect until four PM today and that should be wrapping up up very quickly for Sinclair county as the National Weather Service says persistent winds of up to twenty five and thirty miles an hour is the blame residents of anchor bay tell WXYZ TV the flooding there see now is the worst it's been in years we got the traffic and weather for times an hour Monday may be on the patriot act up what a one point five AM Fortino balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I love the product I haven't had a cold since I've started my green kids get sick all the time and I don't catch what they have I'm going to be sixty eight tomorrow and I'm in great shape and I'm very grateful I know that balance of nature the simplicity of it and the purity of it has just been a tremendous blessing for me this is the season that focuses on family faith and love this holiday season balance of nature is offering twenty five percent off a free travel set and free shipping on your first preferred order of balance of nature this will only be available until the end of the year so don't wait call eight hundred two four six eight seven five one that's eight hundred two four six eight seven five one or go to balance of nature dot com and use discount code Detroit the best thug Sean Hannity is on now and if you think about the green new deal as a kind of organizing concept set of principles I like it a lot if these two issues are in fact one issue if there is a relationship between this complaint in this issue you have not only this illicit conduct by the president I'd states but you also have the added element of a cover up everybody looked at this and everybody's looked at it said there's nothing there right question it is three hundred eighty more information on and more solutions for here for our final news roundup and information overload in the final hour of the Sean Hannity.
"toledo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"If you had northern Illinois in Toledo where the noise been had to touch them pretty much the whole game Toledo has caught them with bottle to go fourth quarter tied at twenty eight Toledo only one is to in this one fifty five and a half the total up from fifty five will see that total goes up and over all the NBA tons of college basketball twenty of hockey including Vegas gold Mexican peered under way in the Chicago Blackhawks two one and we will get to all that stuff right now we're gonna talk some football is one of the best in the business his mark large playbill dot com all marks publication comes out usually I get a around the same time as a gamblers bookstore I think I actually got a couple days earlier than them so I get some out to some of the great listeners of sports X. radio and every year I mean I have email AKG to get those for war crimes I mean people out of state Hey Katie and sometimes I'll ship amount I've done and Christy was like you know you're spending as much money as more charges for the magazine to ship it out I think yeah but I don't care to the point they're getting it delivered to their house for free for being a great listener and mark Lawrence's being just one of the great support of sports radio for a long long time this I think is more I want to see a three year on Wednesday nights were more every Wednesday night is coming on the show and you know we numbers three hours later my show moved from eight to ten eleven fifteen back here in Florida a mark or two doesn't matter because our he doesn't care I should say does matter big time but he sets his alarm make sure that he's up and ready to roll with Katie market is so great to have you I just want to tell you how many people tell me what a bang up job you do and how they look forward to your segment every Wednesday and so they said Thompson make sure you keep on two eight forty at least in a city I said that's what I do I just you know kind of Lavery a little bit and then I next thing I know it's like eight twenty nine and like all right will mark your good till eight forty right now kind of mark has no choice but it is great to have the same bat time same bat channel that's our signature little in and out when we get things rolling on Wednesday markets great.
"toledo" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"World tour the home of cycling with character right. I award sweet raffling in twenty nine teen as they partner. If education I I Kenyon strong stage nineteen today. We are in two days later. I walked into Toledo. I'd find a brilliant white than just inside the city gate so dazzling. It seems to be carved from salt but the bruising impact made on the is soon warned me that something was wrong. I remember climbing into the hugging the narrow shadows and accompanied by Rainbow Hallucinations Asians then staggering into a wine shop for glass of water and dropping unconscious on the floor Daniel again and then as Laurie Lee as I walked out one midsummer morning his memoir of traveling around Spain and she fell in that suburb probably because I've fallen ill I am. I've I've got a horrible cough and stuff lionel's. Ill that's why he's not here. He's been vomiting. Are you okay yeah. I'm fine always find on bulletproof rodez. Remember rude is women's on. We'll have a couple of years again. He'll still get working on your yea time here so Toledo yeah well here. We are in the home of Federico Shimon. Peres who was on the podium ninety one years old time of the correctly yeah well old. Laura Lee went to see Al Greco and sculpture yeah and it's it's a beautiful city. You've been here before. No what do you think as right before. I look forward to having good look and tomorrow in the morning because it's relatively late start all the way quite a long way from star but I don't know about you you rich but we were very late getting to the finish side of tableau traffic around Madrid. We only made it to finish about fifteen minutes before the rice actually came into Toledo yet. Yeah it was horrendous. The the Madrid ring road wasn't it crossing the Sierra was not just a stage of my journey Daniel in spite of the physical barrier. It was also one of those southern Jerky advances dances in life which ones made close the pass forever. It was a frontier for me in more ways than one nulla not till I pass it. That really feel involved. In Spain talking King of frontiers I had another unconfirmed reports another unconfirmed far-right into Portugal for the Vuelta spiner today gigging high gain hall was completed in the wealth last year but I can look to the maps and this is benjy abuse reports. Well it was a it was a good station today. Wasn't I mean there was is a lot went on a beef is well. The end love beef a lot of beef on a Argentinean steak on display the finish as well Max Roach easy his his dinner much clothing left on his while his Botham frankly lieutenant pre state so yeah. It didn't look good by a nasty crash. There's been some more footage off off the crash that that to twenty Martin from the race and brought Dan Pimas Robertson and caused syndrome. We'll talk about that in a moment but in this episode I wanted to bring bring your attention to a few Willie Smith. This at African on Tissue Albertson is quite a quite amazing interview. He's had quite incredible life on a we'll hear from Emma in some length a bit later on but here we are staged nineteen to Toledo slots host the stage finish here in twenty ten when Jill Baron one on he was one of the favorites once again today. a break went pretty early on am seven. Dea was there remmy. COVINA was their loss and chronic was there for if education I Scott Booth Gourmet for Mitchelson Scott. He's been on the attack of all he was a bannock honor and he's been up as well and Nikki's aren't former stage winner of course yeah she was there as well and then he dropped back for some reason. We wondered whether it was tactical. Because he's a important teammate. Far Some Bennett Bora handscroll I spoke to the Sheen Archibald the finish line's view because he wasn't happy but he just he just wasn't going well enough to be in the break and kind of got there by accident say drop back the break ah good lead and they might they might fight 'em until there was this crash really and that was the sixty five kilometers to go happened happened you right at the front of the bunch writer slipped on the wet roads down into. San Antonio Martin somersaulted over him. He was the worst along on with maximum change a by law. The visa writers were tired and in the kind of confused now for that the race into the plateau with with a wind I know as much when the other day but when movie star wins the front and really drilled it for about fifteen kilometers a group of by thirty or forty but you know it was well it was controversial move that got people talking criticizing them later on after fifteen kilometers. Alejandro Valverde ordered them to stop driving on the the that group can have while the chasing group came back and everybody was buying together. Megan Lopez was one on the other ones who brought he was caught behind Superman and in the end remmy CAVAIGNAC young Frenchmen on de Kooning quake tax law he had to go with at twenty five Columbus left from not break of fourteen hundred writers long way to go on your own and especially in these kind of windy conditions with the climb up the finish by she was a good move given the writers they had behind and quickstep so he held off chases chronic was one of the guys who tried to get up so nicholas aren't aren't his seeing someone that you know. Ralph from its education also is what's he doing here friend of the podcast. I am who else was open that move with that loss and chronic and Nikki's aren't always Bruno are Mirai current from groupon after not seeing the law them this very inexperienced team but I rise you wouldn't quite good race he's been quite prominent promising rider so as a companion of and he held off the flying bunch relief to win head of some bannet who wrote extremely well not claims quite hard finish with the bar third and St Bar fourth so three quick set writers immature for a neural changes to any of the Jersey fastest clothing in the world tour the home of cycling right and watch with twenty nineteen as they partnered concern I Rafael our title sponsor and Rafa Have Qualif- things on during the World Championship Week in Yorkshire Around Harrogate have a look at Rafeh dot. Cc For all the for the menu things are on during that week up in Yorkshire Switches Approaching Fast Daniel the beef wish against straight to the beef because that was the main talking point and ended the day. That's not particularly tap around no no. Let's get straight. Khalil Khalil particularly strong words from Superman yet superman really let rip you have these moments in press conversation and Mick Science when a rider will do that and everyone sort of salivating because you immediately good quotes could store in that was the case with Super Damani. Em what tends to happen in the mix is they'll be they'll be one set of inches and move along a line to the next and Superman just kept reloading insane exactly the same thing basically the the actions of our verdy were unbecoming of a world champion judge. I'll read the the I think. It was very bad of them. Movie Star complete lack of respect with the Red Jersey and the rest of us are in twenty writers or more on the ground and the always take advantage of this moment. This isn't the first time we've already seen in other moments in other races that they always behave like idiots is always the same people that do this kind of thing that is their way of being and we all know that they are like this. I want to see a movie star winner race with our our heads held high boom and you wear this beef between astonished see. I feel I should be aware of it will more where I wasn't. It wasn't until today long stunning beef. You mean well those comments suggest owl. Those comments suggests that this is something that's often threatening movie style which frankly I'm I'm not really noticed but then I have seen people's reactions on social media and a lot of people are sort of bring previous incidents but the votes have been times when movies talk on the wrong end of this kind of thing. Am I supposed to that Dr Explosive Jose Louise Asset often. He made that point today. There was there was no barrages as well which meant that. Primoz brokerage could kind of getting in the slipstream of the cause and so could superman and consequently limit their losses was making the poem that in the Pawsox been as say the victim of this kind of thing and and the husband apologize and they've not been able to get up to the Peleton so am I didn't know which part of me thinks that this also do with placement and it's a scale to be in the right place. It's it's strategy as well. It's been the right place at a point of the rice went when everyone knew all the team seemed to know we perhaps one one aware of exactly where the crucial point was but they seem to think that this was a crucial point and and and that's probably why the crash happened because it was a big fight for positions were the movie star riders better prepared in a better position than superman on rogue glitch. Should they therefore be rewarded for that. I mean just watching some. I don't know if you've seen this fatigue Daniel but the this is some. I've just seen all of the crossing. He sees the second writer in the punch. I can't see as hits the deck I so the position the argument is it's not really i. I I do think that attacking the leader the guy in the leader's Jersey after he's been involved in a crash. That's almost the law sort of sacred would cow of the unwritten code of all night in professional cycling. I'm you know a lot of things have fallen by the wayside over the years and Nina sometimes in in the cost we felt the etiquette in the coals for for riders to respect an idea to this attica been a little a bit pedantic and a little bit over the top but I do feel that that is the one two loss bastion of you know this kind of chivalry that has existed. There's no doubt it has existed in Professional Sergey. One thing that really struck me was that there was no sort of senior PLO driving contra rotating tires riding up to the I thought he would to pay come out of retirement pop out of the car that point ride to the front and the bunch and start taking off and wavings finger of holiday and but that that was wasn't the case. There's some suggestions you'll burn well. I spoke to him the finishing. He said that wasn't the case. It's one of those things where you could almost see the writers writers behind movie.
"toledo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"toledo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Toledo in the Thomas in the Bahamas bowl. Always enjoy watching that their Toledo is favourite six and a half over FAU BYU in western Michigan about BYU favorite twelve and a half in the potato bowl up there in Boise, and they'll have a big advantage as far as not only altitude. But also they're going to have a ton of people there from Provo BYU travels. Well, if it's something in the vicinity there. Wake Forest in Memphis. That game will be the Birmingham ball. Memphis, three and a half Houston. Army? No at Oliver for Houston. Army favored by three. Remember army's got the date with navy coming up on Saturday, and that's a big game. So they're not going to be looking ahead right now. Buffalo minus three against Troy that'll be the Dollar General bowl down there in mobile Alabama again Troy from Alabama not going anywhere. Really? But again buffalo coming in there and Buffalo's got to be licking their wounds. I mean they had game against northern Illinois twenty nine to ten and end up blow in that game. That was a bad loss for buffalo because they deserved it. They were the best team in the MAC all year. But. Northern Illinois wins a game a little bit differently than they'd one games. All year all year, they won games with their defense. This one Chris, you know, buffalo, basically, let it get away. Yeah. That was disappointing. Buffalo's very close to where I live and I cheer for the balls. And I love my action. And that was just a perfect example of why you just never shut the TV off when there's a back game on just I did not think that northern Illinois quarterback did lead them from behind the buffalo really had. They have no excuse because they showed up put that game away. And that's what happens in the MAC when you don't do that wal in any game. But in particularly inaction, you wanna you wanna get it over with. So I don't think the motivation going to be there for buffalo. I can't imagine like you said playing in Alabama and Troy either so well coached and they're tough. So that seems like a really tough sponsor buffalo. We're gonna let you get some sleep. I'm to just finish all these other ones. And if you have anything on any one of these balls just pick out one game and tell me there's a good spot there. Real quick why.
"toledo" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"And so all these group of five schools basically strong strong arm them to say, okay, we're gonna do home and homes, and you're gonna pay us, and it works. Totally worked at. That's why. Number twenty one. Miami has to go to Toledo week three for a noon game mazing. And they might lose. If your football program is following the travel itinerary of somebody who's later indicted for some kind of interstate racketeering and or grandiose, like insurance fraud slash coke scheme, you might be the Miami hurricanes. It's not even that anymore. Now it's like minor leaguer who won't give up the dream. Or or like like struggle fam- like like the recession was hard? I we moved to Toledo. Where are you going next Eldorado. Arkansas? Yeah, there's a real place. This is this is this is like fog hats. Last tour. This is like, yeah, it's not good. It's really, really good, and they might. They really might lose this game. I think Toledo is a top twenty team in bills. SNP rankings. Yeah. Number Toledo to win outright. You don't as the numbers will just look at these and think like, oh yes, Alito should win. Levied, those numbers. You're so cold in Maine, and you don't like Auburn them. Of and said it bills numbers at Auburn. You'd better get eight. Nothing else you're going down and Auburn fans all week were like, shit. How are we going to eighty points? They're up like sixty two, nothing. And then it became sixty two in there like. Down on your performs failure. I mean, you don't just walk into the glass bowl and you know, pushed to lead around. Come on. This is by the way this week when I looked at games where teams had gained over seven hundred eight.
"toledo" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"All right eight and married and that was that was denied of childbearing age i might be a little more outspoken than most and i certainly was when i was younger because i graduated from a military academy and i felt like i could speak for all women and those that didn't have a voice i wonder if that banker has ever forgotten my words to him that i was really important to to be you're right absolutely because not only are you a certain your rights for yourself but you can also be as you said speaking out for others who don't have the courage that you do and you can really be opening up and expanding opportunities for people other than yourself which is so important if we're going to affect positive change na always kept that in mind you know i was privileged to go to college on a full scholarship and i was sent there by one of our congressmen and and i took that as a huge privilege but also a big responsibility i still see it that way all these years later but anyway in our last minute i want you to tell our listeners how they can get a hold of the toledo fair housing center if they need assistance if they would like to attend the fundraiser or if they would like to book you as a keynote speaker so give them your conduct sure they can go online and look at our website it's to lido f h c as in fair housing center all one word toledo f h c dot org is our website which is extensive information about us locally and also about the fair housing laws and you know we provisioned ourselves of the community resource so there's a ton of information on there were always willing to come out do trainings and you can book those by calling us for one nine two four three six one six three and you can also contact us through the website we also have a facebook page under the fair housing center in toledo ohio and if you feel like you've been discriminated against always tell people to keep all of the business cards keep copious notes of who you met with when you met with them because the more information you gather and you can provide to us but easier it will be for us.
"toledo" Discussed on WJR 760
"Try to get a fine toledo restaurant called nancy's to open a man sees in that hotel and i don't i haven't talked with them about this so i don't know if that ever happened or not but they're doing all kinds of stuff for i guess so i had no idea that was going on in your car somebody i think shell or somebody has a ninety five i'm not sure who it is well sonoko used to anyway so there's a lot going on still with gasoline engines and and gasoline driven vehicles it's not going away.
"toledo" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The permanent collection of the dia or the toledo museum of art and another date coming up may six again that's sunday there is a exhibition in toledo closing that you might wanna see it's called the mummies from egypt to toledo and it starts the acquisition the discovery and the acquisition the purchase of edward drummond libbey and his wife the founders of the toledo museum of art on their first trip to egypt in one thousand nine hundred six where they purchased two or three mummies and these were brought back they were the first the toledo had ever seen installed of course very very popular beloved pieces in the permanent collection of the toledo museum of art in this exhibition is designed around the purchase of those mummies and their acquisition by the the new that time toledo museum of art and then the rest of the egyptian permanent collection that was able to develop over a period of years around that initial acquisition so that is going to be on until may sex so i think that will be a lot of fun remember the toledo museum of art we covered this about i think two thousand ten was called i can't remember the name of the exhibition i have it as a my wait a minute i do i have it as a bookmark right here with a book i wanted to tell you about the egypt experienced secrets of the tomb you might remember we had a couple of shows about that with the curator's involved a husband and wife team curator's who put that wonderful exhibition together which became so popular at the tma that they extended it for a year so we talked about at least two times on the show with them and even today that exhibition in toledo is one of the best exhibitions of egyptian art at entities in life that i've ever seen it was wonderful it wasn't so much geared to the burial of pharaohs and the top tier pieces that you would see in the in the burial chamber of veronica tomb these were what regular people to you know court officials of whatever level what would be found in their tombs and so you really get kind of vernacular view of everyday life in egypt are pretty darn close to it in that exhibition in.
"toledo" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hours in so that is the other downside to this whole miserable month and it really does stress everyone no one can hit because of some cold you can't really feel a baseball if you're a pitcher because it feels like an ice cube in it just ends up making an abomination of a baseball game this has been one wicked month well and and i guess the other downside is is that you're going to be playing an awful lot of doubleheaders wants the warmer weather does get here and means you can run out of arms the upside for the tigers isn't maybe you get a few more looks at guys down on the farm that you wanna see that is part of the potential this year and you will see that happen they are going to be running their usual shuttle from toledo to detroit in back in that's gonna become pounded as you say on these days where you've got two games instead of one i mean you normally most years guy we'll have one or two of these denied here's why i think this is the third or fourth already that we schedule then they'll be lucky to get through this ordeal series with three singular dates do you ever ponder i was looking at some standing z other day we looking at how well sherzer is doing how well percents who is doing burland could easily be three through a one hitter the other night the only reason that wasn't the headline is because berthollet cologne it took a perfect game deep can you imagine where we'd be if we'd hung onto some of these guys.
"toledo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Way that they probably get it seattle plus five and a half on sunday night he'll be ready to play in the seattle plus five and a half so here we go the quick reset usc stanford under fifty nine give me that tonight give me the keane's get it up give it a you plus nine tomorrow will do that give me ohio state lane inside of the touchdown might as six big ten championship against the buck guys jets plus three sunday at home against kansas city they look terrible give me the saints minus four and a half home to the panthers walmart buying and give you seattle sunday night plus father head against a very good eagles team but i do like the home team tico get him to look out thank you brother still a couple of a college championship games as well just probably not the ones you would have expected the match championship the accurate zipser seven and five on the year six two of the conference against the toledo rockets their tenant to overall seven two it owes been great averaged over five hundred yards a game put up a lot of points as well as forty akron hasn't been as good but they have been at that bad either so i'm looking at this over fifty eight and a half i think toledo gets half at least three quarters of the way they're give me the over akron at toledo fifty eight and a half in the mac championship jumping up to another championship match up again not one that you would expect that the conference usa or cherrypicking the text nor texas me gray who are bad but why with your grampus eight's they're they're not bad at i three they've only lost one game in the conference but florida atlantic has been dominant in the conference obviously one five game six games in a row even though no texas has done the same i just like what ford atlantic has been doing i like what lane kip it has been doing this kid devon singletier is good he moves the rock as a as a as a runner both as a receiver out of the back field to the.
"toledo" Discussed on Channel 955
"No you wkqi detroit was he can still be uk's toledo both you'll in the morning ddos a a trend globalized crime and empowering a role model model it just grew up at my mouth a little bit slow joe in the morning parma guided swims in a swimming pool my shirt meet the grads are morning so ridiculous you all oh my heart disease the already closure oh the morning joan morning star it's so tough the the.