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Police investigating two shootings in Seattle
"Chaotic chaotic deadly deadly scene scene in Seattle's in Seattle's Rainier Rainier Beach Beach neighborhood neighborhood with two with separate two separate shootings shootings this weekend, this weekend, almost almost call Miller call Miller pieces pieces it altogether it altogether about what about happened what happened Friday Friday night, night, not not far at far all at from all Emerson from Emerson Elementary Elementary School. School. Gunfire Gunfire erupted erupted Friday Friday night, night, police police say at say least at least 70 70 shots shots were fired. were fired. In all In all five five people people were hit. were hit. We thought it We was thought fireworks, it was fireworks, and and because it's because not it's uncommon not uncommon to hear to hear fireworks fireworks here, here, the police the officers police officers started started coming up coming from up a from few different a few directions, different directions, and and one one came and came asked and us asked Ueno, us Ueno, where the gunshots where the gunshots came from. came from. Hours Hours later later in less in than less a mile than a away. mile away. Another Another shooting shooting near the Atlantic near the Atlantic City boat City boat ramp ramp where one where one man man was was killed. killed. Police Police say someone say someone speeding speeding away from away that from shooting, that shooting, ended up ended hitting up hitting and killing and killing a pedestrian a pedestrian on Rainier on Rainier Avenue Avenue and then and kept then kept on driving. on driving. Really. Really. There were There so were so many many significant significant incidents. incidents. That officers That officers were coming were coming from across from across the city. the city. Aaron Goodman Aaron Goodman is the chair is the chair of the South of the South Precinct Precinct Advisory Advisory Council, Council, a group a group working working to build to build relationships relationships between between officers officers and the neighborhoods and the neighborhoods that they served. that they served. It's not It's just not just up to up the to police the police to solve to solve this this community community needs needs to come to come forward forward and say and say this this is these are is these our Children. are our Children. This is This our is problem. our problem. We need We your need help. your help. What we need What we to need solve to solve this. this. That's com That's Was com Camilla Was Camilla reporting reporting an outbreak an outbreak at at
NBA-led walkout over Jacob Blake's shooting marks evolution of protest in pro sports
"N B, A to MLB to MLS, Tennessee NFL and some college teams, players walked off of basketball and tennis courts and practice fields to show solidarity and support social justice in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. A black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We asked Richard Lap Chick, head of the Institute for Diversity and Ethics and Sport at the University of Central Florida. Whether folks should be surprised sports activism in the sixties. You know, we're talking about Tommy spoken John Carlos and Mohammed Ali. Basically. They're the central figures and already face going to prison. As a result of refusing to go to Vietnam, Carlson spent literally were unemployed for seven years. After the Iraqis were athletes who took risks of their careers, in some cases, maybe even their lives. But today we have entered a different era that impacted Decision by the end, Bekah and its players association following the lead of more inbox. To cancel games to protest. What's going on over social justice issue is really unprecedented. Having those numbers and the unison. That took place on and then spread to other leads the WN ba Major League Soccer baseball individual athletes taking stands. We're in a completely different era. Athlete activism today than we were two years ago, and somebody has tried to get out there to be active during the whole 50 years. It's incredibly hard for me to see what we're doing, because I think we had to somebody more focus on innovation situation in the United States because of the impact of the pandemic and reopening schools are focused. It shifted from the racial reckoning to the pandemic, and that's gonna help us keep focused on both. Does this matter, Maurine the current climate in the nation in a year that the future of America is is going to be decided in a couple of weeks at the polls. And everybody's sense of anticipation on Racism on white supremacy, Uh, heightened because of that Ueno, where the turning point, he says things have changed among team owners. This represented a dramatic shift. Um, the the almost I think have have seen the life and they seem what happened in Washington. With the Washington football in this year, reopening the discussion on America literally being founded by actually genocide against indigenous people. On it was because we went through that name change. We're finally after all these years with the Washington team. That we started talking about indigenous people again in ways that we haven't sometimes so once again, it's a sports story that's opening the window on putting the spotlight on and we're watching That's Richard Lap chick at the University of Central Florida.
"ueno" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"A little bit less human with highs in the eighties 73 now. Also a flash flood watches in effect from eight o'clock tonight until tomorrow morning for Ueno Clan. McComb, Sinclair, LaPierre and Genesee County's. W W J News time. 5 32 Couple of 100 people have gathered in northwest Detroit, where a young man was shot and killed by police DJs John Hewitt at the scene. The shooting occurred around 12 30 along McNichols at San Juan Street, just east of the Lodge Freeway. That's when police say officers who had arrested one suspect in connection with a weekend shooting were confronted by a second man who police say Shot at officers before they returned fire, killing him. However, Asar Amun Ra, who says he is the uncle of the 20 year old man killed does not believe the police account. This has to stop. He was raised. To do the right thing. The police think they can do whatever the hell they won't and I'm telling you, we can't allow it. No Mo. And I ain't talking about no and no time for no peace no more. It's time for self defense. We have a right to defend our lives. We should do that. Police say they were in the neighborhood investigating a weekend shooting that had left three dead and five wounded on the Northwest side. John Hewett wwj NewsRadio, 9 50 Wind damage from this afternoon storms has left more than 30,000 homes and businesses without power this afternoon. Meanwhile, local organizers say, D T e energy is needs to improve its infrastructure. To reduce the number in length of power outages. Congresswoman Rashida to leave, says customers in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park, paying a premium for poor service. They have the oldest equipment and still pay some of the highest rates in the nation, not even just the state but around the country. Organizers say the Michigan Public.
Biden uses progressive message to roll out his moderate economic plan
"Learned learned that that 1.3 1.3 million million people people newly newly filed filed for for unemployment unemployment in in the the U. U. S. S. Last Last week. It adds to the bleak backdrop for the presidential election as the candidates pitch their plans to revive a pandemic ravaged economy. Today, Joe Biden went to Pennsylvania to announce his economic recovery plan. And here to unpack it is NPR's Daniel Kurtz livin. Hey, Daniel. Ailsa. Hey. So, what is Biden proposing here? So it's a plan, he said, to rebuild after Cove it after this recession we're having. He has said already, for example, that he wants to better aid local governments and extend the crisis. Unemployment payments people have now But his speech today also laid out more. He took an optimistic tone. Amid all this bleakness, saying, yes, their crises happening right now multiple, but that those can also be opportunities. But each of these also presents tremendous opportunity for the nation on opportunity to prepare now for the future threats. Ueno are just around the corner on opportunity. To address fundamental inequities of our nation. Growing gap between the very wealthy and everyone else. So he has four big pillars to this plan he laid out today. One is boosting manufacturing One is spending on infrastructure. One is boosting people's ability to get childcare and provide care to their relatives and fourth racial economic equities, closing some very big gaps between different racial and ethnic groups in our country, so Yes, he's saying, Here's how I want to get out of this crisis. But also he was making the pitch that we can come out of this with better fundamentals Underlying the economy. I mean, wow, when you lay out the four pillars like that, they're pretty ambitious ideas. What struck you in all of this? Yes, it is ambitious. That is definitely a big thing. I mean, largely what he put out there is just an outline with more concrete plans to come. But one is that this is a firmly Democratic capital D plan with a focus on unionization and racial equity and paid leave. Very popular ideas among Democrats. So while some of the ideas are ambitious in size or scope, the what of these plans like buying American goods and boosting unions, those are broadly agreeable among Democrats and maybe some independence, too. One other thing is, we should also say that he did release more detailed plans in particular on one of those pillars manufacturing. He wanted to make sure, for example, that the government buys American goods when it spends taxpayer money and That is one of those big in size and scope, things. He's proposing for $100 billion in procure procurement from US manufacturers. That's a lot. Yeah, it is a lot. I mean, on manufacturing. We do see politicians talk a lot about manufacturing. Like President Obama did it. President Trump definitely does it. Tell me why does manufacturing in particular? Why does it so often gets so much political attention. That's there's so much here. I mean, you can read both economic and political motives into it Economic because yes, automation has eaten away at a lot of manufacturing jobs. But even then, manufacturing still employs a lot of Americans and those can be good paying stable jobs like Joe Biden often says. And by the way we've seen during this pandemic that we've needed a boost in producing things like protective gear and ventilators. But aside from that, think about demographics. There are lots of white men in manufacturing. Trump has done very well with them so Biden could maybe pick up some votes there. And super importantly, manufacturing is big, big and swing states like Pennsylvania, where from where Biden was today.
Use the Double Dopamine Effect to Reduce Cravings
"Are certain foods so easy to overeat some foods? We can enjoy a reasonable amount to feel satisfied but with other foods. It's like we're a bottomless pit. We just WANNA keep going. Even though we know overindulging will registered Dietitian nutritionist. Natalie Stevens joining me today to talk about some new research that she brought to my attention on how our brains and bodies respond to pleasurable certain foods and how we can avoid over eating without having to avoid foods that we enjoy. I'm so glad to have the podcast Natalie. Welcome thank you you for having me. This is an exciting thing to talk about. Who doesn't like talking about enjoying our food absolutely and this is a great time to have the conversation? We're the holiday season and there's so many opportunities to overindulge. It's really tempting to take one of two approaches. The first and probably the most common is to lit up which ends up being eating as much yummy food as you can and I mean why not. There are so many delicious foods. And you don't WanNa miss out but then there's the virtuous route that many of us also try where you limit yourself because you don't WanNa suffer the consequences you don't WanNa see the scale go up. You don't WanNa be uncomfortable and if you don't run out of willpower you're gonna be really proud of yourself. Ueno both of those strategies. have their drawbacks. If you if you decide to just abandon all restraint and lit up well you're probably going to have some damage to undo when it's all over but when we focus on limiting or restricting especially at a time like holidays it can create this sort of psychological Michael hunger that just builds up until we fall completely off the bandwagon. And then well we all know how that looks but what are we going to do here. Can we still win in what feels like sort of a lose lose scenario between being healthy and being happy the pleasure that we experience when we eat it's results results of dopamine and there's some research on how our bodies produce dopamine in response to eating and this is really optimistic you might assume assume the all the pleasure comes from taste because let's be honest that's what we get excited about. Our brains do produce dopamine when we taste food. Uh especially your sweet salty high fat foods but it isn't the only source of dopamine which means it isn't the only source of pleasure that we get from Eating there's a second dopamine release that's triggered when the food reaches our stomach and this one is more related to the nutritional value of food. Yeah that is so fascinating. I did think that the dopamine release was primarily just went. That food hits our taste buds so I was unaware of the second wave of
"ueno" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"This is most radio XM, your host, Christopher Kimball. Yana guild Ueno was born in the Philippines. The country of over seven thousand islands and a huge. Number of local cuisines Yana has traveled through all fifty states here in America, doing pop Filipino dinner served in the comedian style, which means the guests with her hands. We asked you to milk street to talk about her new book, no forks gift. It would be like fish vendors. And then the restaurants at the beach would description in front of you. And then instead of serving you plates and utensils they would leave out the banana leaves and put the rice there and just put the fish, and you just go at it. Before we hear from China. I chat with reporter shayna Sheely about thing. Yen Myanmar water feace also known as the Burma's new year taking place in young gun. It is described as Myanmar's biggest annual collective. Shayna? How are you and good? How are you? I'm good. Tell me a little bit about this water festival. I've never heard of it before. What is it all about? What's the concept? Yes. So water festival or in Myanmar. It's called Sinjin happens all over east and southeast Asia and varies introduction and intensity. It's a Buddhist religious festival to welcome. The new year men in Myanmar. It was traditionally celebrated by sprinkling water on one another part of the cleansing ritual. But these days it up being, you know, people are doubting strangers passer bys with pails and buckets of water people are dancing spring water hoses lasts for about five days from what little I know about me and more. It's not a free wheeling easygoing place. This sounds like spring break in Florida in terms of people going out having good time. I think people have fun all around the year in Myanmar. But this is you know, it's a time when people break the rules a little bit like having respect for the elderly is really important in Myanmar. I was told. Enduring thin gin. You can pour water on old people. So people bend the rules a little bit. It's also a time when I was there. People had amazing hair colors, like blue hair, purple hair, green, and pink hair. I think in a lot of countries there's carnival there's mardi gras. It's sort of like that. So here's a woman I met named Omar's in talking about her childhood memories of throwing water thin gin. And then reviving herself with the foods made especially for the festival. When we are young we tied to what the whole day, and then we are very hungry. So we fade out your body. I fair you're still mats, and then we can play again for the whole day. So it is like a quite memorial. Well, when I was young. So the idea of water is the cleanse one from the prior year. Right. I mean, this is sort of a new year. It's a new beginning. This is part of as you said sort of a classic religious ceremony that there was has been celebrated for centuries, right? The public face of thin Jin looks like a giant water party. But actually, it's a really holy time. And a lot of people go into meditation in monasteries, people will go into old age homes and help out the elderly people will hand out food in the streets. So yes, it's like this fun wild water festival. And it's also this very holy time. So what about the food is is there street food how does food play role and all of us. So Maloney, Bah is a traditional snack for thin gin..
U.S. appeals court will not restore Trump asylum order
"Dollars in brush petition. This was a plea deal. Delilah. Marino pleaded guilty to a dozen felony counts. Hollywood man facing charges for selling the opioid, Fenton all on Craigslist, and that resulted in a man's death. Prosecutors say the twenty five year old drug dealer didn't have the heroin that is victim was looking for earlier this year. So instead he sold him sentinel through a roofing tar ad on. Craigslist gesture to give the victim a drug exponentially more powerful than heroin and check in with the victim. The following day to ask how he was doing only hours before the victim. Died professional overdose. Assistant US attorney Benjamin Barron says it wasn't easy for investigators to track down. Andrew Matti already tried to use very sophisticated measures to protect himself, like third party, text messaging services, and encryption and things along those lines. Ultimately, the clues were still there that links him to the crime, Mattie is set to be arraigned on the charges later this month. He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years. If convicted Karen Adams Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio at least in riverside, looking for a serial robber called the silver revolver bandit officer, Ryan rails, back telling KNX, the shot a circle K clerk in the arm during the most recent holder capture this guy, get them off the streets is seems to be maybe a little bit of progression in his behavior from the robbery, and then we're actually shot one of the clerks. So we want to get him off the streets as soon as possible says man is committed several robberies in and around riverside. The man got the nickname because he uses a silver revolver during the robbery either white or lati-. Keno five foot five about one hundred and fifty pounds last seen wearing a black and gray baseball cap dark hoodie and a backpack. A former Los Angeles angels baseball player in another former major leaguer died in Venezuela. And it appears that had happened during a robbery and official of the team that Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo played winter ball four in Venezuela is confirming that the crash the two were killed in was caused by Iraq intentionally placed on the roadway bandits often employ such tactics to get cars to stop after which the occupants are robbed. Ueno wasn't eleven year. Veteran of the major leagues a free agent who most recently played for the Los Angeles angels last season Steele who was thirty seven played five seasons for the pirates. The giants and Astros Bill. Rakoff CBS news all sometimes rocks are more than just rocks officials in Halloween main want to move to boulder so they can rebuild a sidewalk downtown. But the co owner of the lucky garden restaurant wants to keep them right where they are in front of her eatery. She argues that the boulders were put there, according to the principle of functions way, a belief that spatial arrangements affect the flow of energy. And he says the big rocks are culturally significant Pam Coulter CBS news, it's four forty four. And we'll update you about a crash in north Hollywood. This is on the southbound one seventy Sherman way more on that. And other traffic problems coming up in just one minute. With Mark holiday, tips and wine stories from Paul, Kristen and Dexter at
"ueno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Card your debit card for at the very least putting transactional monitoring alerts Marianne has set up a website and call center for anyone who believes they might be at risk. Deborah, President Trump has seal the deal on a new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico. Correspondent Steve Dorsey is live at the g twenty summit in Ueno, sinus. Deborah, the president is calling it the US Mexico Canada agreement those to other countries have their own names for but all three describe it as a success. This new agreement will ensure a future prosperity and innovation for Mexico, Canada and the United States the next hurdle for the deal, though will be to get approval from a divided congress. The president also due to talk trade. Read this weekend with China's president Xi Jinping amid an escalating trade war them. Ueno saturday. Steve Dorsey CBS news, lawyers for President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort will be in federal court in Washington DC today for a hearing the special counsel voided manafort's plea deal this week accusing him of lying to investigators. I deputy US marshals shot and killed outside a home in Tucson, Arizona. As he tried to deliver a warrant. Tucson police chief Chris Magnus out. But it also goes out to all of the marshalls. Obviously close to this particular Marshall Magnus says the gunman Twenty-six-year-old Ryan Slesinger was wanted for stocking. A police officer the ride hailing service left now owns the country's largest bike sharing company. CBS is Wendy Gillette?.
"ueno" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ueno side as along with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau and Mexico's and wreak opinion yet, though, US MCA is the largest most significant modern and balanced trade agreement in history. All of our countries will benefit greatly. It is probably the largest trade deal ever made. Also, the three leaders have just signed off. Thank you very much. The president could be in for some awkward moments at the summit with China's Xi Jinping Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman and Russia's Vladimir Putin, all in attendance. Mr. Trump cancelled a scheduled sit down with Putin by a tweet on the flight to Argentina Marriott announced this morning half. A billion Starwood customers may have had their personal information stolen over the past four years. Cybersecurity analyst Adam Levin, we're not just talking about name and Email address that would have been bad enough. What we're talking about? A combination of their Dame Email address phone number mailing address for some passport number. Marriott says it's doing everything it can to support guests and using lessons learned to be better moving forward, a solid day of rain and wildfire ravaged northern and southern California leads to new fears of flooding and mudslides. Correspondent Carter Evans is in Malibu wants the rain slowed piles of mud ash and debris blocked several roads high. Highways were slick there were a lot of accidents. This area's just not used to so much rain at once. There is more rain in the forecast today. A fatal truck crash near sandiego KFI TV's, Richard. Alan says the driver was making a mad dash for the states for reports that the speed was up to a hundred miles an hour. A high speed chase between his Chevy Silverado pickup truck and border patrol. Let's this were Riddick. Rollover crash vehicle. Went up to your Bank shoveling a high rate of speed two men and one woman in the truck were killed eight others were rushed to local hospitals. Several with major injury driver hit a spike strip laid out by agents before it flipped. Forget about using box office sales to jive. We're not in Kansas anymore. Scientists at the university of Taran used algorithms to determine the wizard of Oz is the most influential movie of all time up next..
"ueno" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I'm Steve Dorsey and Ueno's Irish Argentina at the G twenty presidential began his day. Greeting Argentine president Mauricio Macri. For many years. A very young, man. In just moments. The president will join Mexico's and Ricky NATO and Canada's Justin Trudeau to sign a revamped NAFTA deal. The president is also preparing for sideline meetings with world leaders. Mr. Trump has cancelled his meeting with Vladimir Putin over tensions in Ukraine. He also doesn't plan to meet with Saudi Arabian prince, Mohammad bin Salman, who's accused of ordering the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal kashogi. Instead bin Salman will meet with other world leaders, including turkeys, president and British Prime Minister Theresa may. I'm Steve Dorsey in Buenos Aires now with more CBS news. Here's Deborah Rodriguez. Or just in from Marriott about a major breach. At at Starwood hotels. The company says personal information from about half a billion guests may have been exposed Marriott says an unauthorized person copied at encrypted Email addresses passport and credit card numbers as far back as twenty fourteen three people are dead after a high-speed border. Troll chase near San Diego. Officer Travis Garo says a pickup truck trying to get past patrol agents gunned dick and flipped over did. Actually, spike strip the vehicle. The vehicle went probably about twenty twenty five feet up that abatement and subsequently rolled over. There were two people in the cab nine hidden in the bed. I deputy US marshals serving a felony arrest warrant has been shot and killed outside a home in Tucson the suspected gunman is under arrest. Police chief Chris Magnus. Implies.
"ueno" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is the now Ueno is going to be a part of this super awesome. Wayne is one of those guys where? Coming up through system. You know, who he was you know, you know, what kind of competitor. He was finally see him come back after you know, the amount of time. He's he's been off. He's been biting at the bit to get back. So I was going to have them back. Throughout the game that he was really locked Dannon. You knew okay, we're going to see a good performance tonight. I'd say first inning, you know, how he kinda attack. Those guys the first inning when Ueno tax guys like that. You know, he's locked in know, vintage Ueno on. That's the kinda guy that you know, you know, is going to give you a good outing. And you know, to do what he did was awesome. I listen to some of these numbers that will not numbers, I should say, but scoreline against some of these top hitter's for the dodgers. Justin Turner, went one for three against Ueno with a strikeout. Manny Machado over three with a strikeout against Ueno max Muncie over three with two strikeouts against Ueno. And then you head Cody Bellinger over two with the strikeout and Yossi El Puig a walk going over one. This is a pretty significant names. That are streaking the right? Moments for the dodgers. I mean, look we get five home runs in the series up until tonight and Wainwright gave them up a walk. But Pat him ground out in the fifth. To start things off. And I mean, he shut down the top hitters for the LA. Dodgers. I think that's a huge huge. Takeaway from what Ueno did tonight. Let's hear more from Wayne. Right. Who is in the clubhouse? Now, speaking with the media feel like this is a trick question..
"ueno" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Needed today for the dodgers says they only used a total five pitchers including their starter. Cardinals on the other hand used a total of six pitchers including their starter. As Luke Weaver had the tough go there with two and a third innings of work. Three hits seven runs three earned four walks and three strikeouts. With two home runs given up at the saves leaderboard still leading by Edwin d as of the Seattle Mariners who sits atop major league baseball with fifty four and that saves leaderboard. Always brought to you by Missouri farm bureau insurance, we aren't Missouri farm bureau insurance. And if you're a Missourian were for you tomorrow night here at Busch stadium as a series finale and the regular season finale against the L A dodgers has the dodgers trying to sweep the cardinals cardinals trying to just snap that losing streak and tie things up in the wild. Card races, the redbird sale of back or a game back of the dodgers. First pitch will be at seven. Oh, five six ten are Amer in total access pre-game show in that Adam Wainwright on the mound against Ross stripling stripling sitting at eight and three on the season with a two point six one ERA, but he has three losses and those three losses have all come on the road despite a two point eight six Yara Ueno as we know has pitched after a four-month layoff on Monday five innings. He did give up four runs, but he didn't walk a battery and he retired the final eight batters he faced in the fourth and fifth innings, and it was a very impressive fourth and fifth innings. So we'll see how Ueno's return looks tomorrow against Ross stripling again. I pitch seven oh, five six ten are in total access pre-game show, a big. Thank you. Jim jackson. Mike, Shannon, John routing and Mike Claiborne here from the ballpark and Zach Schmidt back in our network studios. I'm Alex Ferrari hope everyone has a great rest. Their night shake this one off because even more meaningful game comes your way tomorrow night here from Busch stadium and you'll hear it all right here on the Saint Louis cardinals radio network. This.
"ueno" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"This is the most your radio paychecks i'm your host christopher kimball yana ueno was born in the philippines the country of over seven thousand islands and a huge number of local cuisines yana has traveled through all fifty states here in america doing pop up filipino dinner served in the comedian style which means the guests with her hands we s yana to milk street to talk about her new book no forks gift they would be like fish vendors and then the restaurants at the beach would just grill it in front of you and then instead of serving you plates and utensils they would lay out the banana leaves and put the rice there and just put the fish and you just go at it before we hear from china i chat with reporter shayna sheely about thing in myanmar water feace also known as the burmese new year taking place in young gun it is described as myanmar's biggest annual collective shayna how are you i'm good how are you i'm good tell me a little bit about this water festival i've never heard of it before the what is it all about what's the concept yes so water festival or in myanmar it's called thin jin happens all over eastern southeast asia and varies tradition and intensity it's a buddhist religious festival to welcome the new year men in myanmar it was traditionally celebrated by sprinkling water on one another as part of the cleansing ritual but these days and up being you know people are dousing strangers and passer bys with pails and buckets of water people are dancing spring water hoses that lasts for about five days from what little i know about me and mar it's you know it's not a free wheeling easygoing place this sounds like spring break in florida in terms of people going out having good time i think people have fun all around the year in myanmar but this is you know it's a time when people break the rules a little bit like having respect for the elderly is really important in myanmar i was told enduring thin you can pour water on old people so people bend the rules a little bit it's also a time when i was there people had amazing hair colors like blue hair purple hair green and pink air i think in a lot of countries there's carnival there's mardi gras it's it's sort of like that so here's a woman i met named own mars in talking about her childhood memories of throwing water thin gin and then reviving herself with the foods made especially for the festival when we are young we try to what light you know at the whole day and we all very hungry so we fade out your body i fear you're still mats and then we can play again for the whole day so it is like a quite mahmudi well when i was young so the idea of water is the cleanse one from the prior year right i mean this is sort of a new year it's a new beginning this is part of as you said sort of a classic religious ceremony that there was has been celebrated for centuries right the public face of thin jin looks like a giant water party but actually it's a really holy time and a lot of people go into meditation in monasteries people will go into old age homes and help out the elderly people will handle food in the streets so yes it's like this fun wild water festival and it's also this very holy time so what about the food is is there street food food play role and all of us so maloney bah is a traditional snack for thin gin and especially on the third day you can find big platters on the street people sort of hand them out for free here's a local journalist met on ning so people wondering in the in the city if they get tired they can stop by at any place where people bling water and can fall for this sticky rice ball and everyone can enjoy it and also this is just a small amount of money so people can easily share with a french you know so yeah they're sort of like these dumplings they're made out of a dell that's made from glutinous rice flour and water and then they're stuffed with jaggery and they're like the pieces of jaggery are hard and then you boil the dumpling the jaggery gets on melty in gooey in the middle it's the first time i had them i was actually on a bus and there was this little rest station.
"ueno" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Discover you visit caldwell dot edu to learn more the mets offense he runs to first pumps everybody up in the dugout you know most people walk and they walk to first he walks in sprints to i and everybody's in the doug on way to go you know because it's like oh he's really happy we're happy for him because he's a great guy so just his enthusiasm brings a lot to our team every day enjoyed that answer hey cracked brandy nemo he's that kind of excitable player and person if you've ever heard him in the interview of the leadoff spot with ueno or this past offseason in the sports zone he's he's fun and he has a lot of energy brings to the table and you see it on the field every time he goes there to first base after walk in the guy gets on base you've done a tremendous job getting on base over the course of the season that has been a plus for the mats on the downside this past weekend jose aransas struggles continue its batting average down to one thirty two was able to get the start the other day and it was in over four for jose ranch so callaway is this the last chance for race with this mets team you know that that's not probably my decision to make i think when ray we signed raised to do a job and have to continue to put him out there to allow him a chance to do that job you know i think there's more baseball left in hosie but you know i don't really make all those roster decisions obviously have feedback but as far as i'm concerned hoses a big part of this team and will continue to go out there and you know allow him to have to try and have some success bring us not in the starting lineup tonight for the second straight game lewinsky orme we'll get the nod and start at third base tonight after starting at second base yesterday with that we bring on tim brinton covers the mets for the athletic and temp x coming on how you doing tonight pretty good what's going on.
"ueno" Discussed on Easily Offended
"You you know what i'm sick of new you from has first on a flat focal monday ueno is simple when i saw that africa who whoever else around wiped me by said look i will run into tirade by amendments ira but that she'd whose i'll just wanted to see opened up with gulf for negative that i really just overs people want to stay in power and get annoying for me sometimes you know what i'm saying but the power instagram is crazy like this hour banks post on and got one hundred different models agencies call in a different fashion any other had different opportunities just come of poulsen that'll instagram's knows dose it's always good to come from michigan as bad i didn't i didn't i didn't been to both talk about the experience in terms of acting in modeling because you know you triple threatening those they noticed it when everything you diversify was she liked the best like what's the experience been so far those sites all this fun like honestly all dues i looked up to like was doing i should and i'm seeing cames doing all of that closed tuesday new zealand liquor now is the same zeta seems out of the killer oli oli mad and all these people all these people was doing that so late that's just some of the day and age we in kansas wrapper because it's too many do like hole got is like a rabbit insane so if you just to wrap you really like fighting with blindfolds on sale at even money on the table twoyear like this is just too much should you could get instant if you wanna do you know what i'm saying like i didn't i knew rat was my key to get an issue now oldest should i never seen it but it has happened is due to read the script go that interview in odds is it come witted after awhile beacon of scripts.
"ueno" Discussed on Flash Forward
"Well no she's contained in your financed yourself to become who you are in today and that's my view of i will evolve into early this sort of superhuman stayed just for the record i did not pick the music under that clip it came with it on youtube some might argue that today or kind of in a similar place that those victorian researchers were when they were discovering all of those invisible raise all the time today it's not invisible raised that are blowing our minds but instead the reach of technology elon musk is shooting things into space whereabouts have selfdriving cars computers have shrunk down from the size of rooms to fit into our pockets so why not telepathy only this time instead of sensing the invisible waves that we send the air scientists are working on plugging things into the brain itself at ueno at a fundamental level is that the brain of electrochemical and a big m by the brain happen who are electronic dream chemistry and then what we know beyond that is that we've managed to get signals in and out of human brands and animal brands i'm room as phnom i am b author of the next us trilogy of fifi books about two brain debris in communication an hour change of society is also the author of the nonfiction book called more than embracing the promise of biological enhancement and that goes through a lot of the research and future possibilities for what we might be able to do in the realm of human enhancement so let's talk about the future technologybased telepathy there are two main things that scientists have to be able to do in order to successfully achieve brain to brain communication the first is that we have to be able to figure out what the brain is saying the second is that we have to be able to take that data and get it into another person's brain in a way that they can understand for that second thing we actually have some human examples.
"ueno" Discussed on AP News
"Opted tax code make america stronger and help needed love farmers feet more of their ardor money there was a parliamentary error which means that the measure has to go back to the house for a repeat vote expected wednesday it's not clear if american tourists were among the dead after a cruise ship excursion near cancun mexico ended in a crash twelve people were killed when their tour bus flipped over the school superintendent in bixby oklahoma has zayn he's under fire for not immediately relearning police to a football players hazing which became a sexual assault i'm jackie quinn organizers of the new year's eve celebration in times square are shoring up the guest list and does ap's wore levinson reports a me activist will be a key part of this year's party to times square alliance and countdown entertainment say to run a burke will push the crystal button that starts delighted ball sliding down the poll in the last minute of the year burke started me to campaign a decade ago to draw attention to victims of sexual violence this year amid a welter of cases of sexual misconduct in media politics in sports the label meat to took off after actress elissa milano urged victims to use it she says she didn't know of burks campaign at the time and has since credited her burke said in a statement the new year will bring new momentum to the movement warned levinson new york a baby panda made her debut at tokyo's ueno zoo changshang a sixmonthold female giant panda debuted in.
"ueno" Discussed on X96
"The process northbound now let's talk about the food bank and also talk about y y up the food the man amount of food you have has been depleted guy ueno for us we were responsible for the entire state of utah so it's an ongoing process that can't be corrective which is one meal uh we have a lot of children are state we need a lot of help for them and the challenge we have with some of the smaller rural communities it's a cost and expense for us to get to them if they don't have a brick and mortar pantry we take a mobile so it's a a a fulltime job for a lot of people year round um for us the biggest challenges the summer months when kids are out of school i'm really deplete the inventory quickly because they're not taking advantage of the breakfast and lunch at their school and then said didn't the hurricanes and stuff have something to do with a two it did um blessed mother nature and those natural disasters occur and in our culture and our communities here very giving and when the call goes out for help they respond as they should and that looking at the situations those folks are in their much more drastic and devastating than what we have here so we appreciate the fact people are we helping them we're hoping they came back with some help for for the holiday season going to talk about now when you talk about depleting for the summer you're trying to shore up your reserves now a lat this isn't just for thanksgiving you're trying to this is not for thanksgiving and christmas and if you've ever been to the utah food bank it's a huge warehouse so amazing and we turn that are emptied and and and we.
"ueno" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
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"ueno" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"Hi you're listening to the wall street oasis podcast podcast without breaking into the role of finance blow with interviews with those who have i mouse karadzic and onto day's show we have our first vp guest andrei ueno whose back to give us more tips on how to break into wall street andrei is also a success story of the investment banking horse from wall street oasis used it to crush the technical portions of the interviews he had youtube can check it out on wall street oasis dot com and if you buy it make sure you select podcast is where you heard about it all right andrei welcome back notes awesome thank you i appreciate it yes so let's just jump right in you sent me really detailed outline of how to get jobs had to have a good attitude while you're doing it what you need research the mindset you need to have so let's jump into the very beginning what he needed due before you start doing all this preliminary research mindset and some meditation maybe what is it so one one of the things that are others thinking about is over the last couple of weeks out a lot of people reach out to me the reaching out the via linked then and a lot of what we've been discussing is really what we what a bill boil down to what is called the prime method and the prime method really comes down to the preliminary like interview stuff that you gotta do the research to figure out exactly the background of the team the company the industry you wanna think about the interaction.
"ueno" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Nine never at tokai ueno i think there's a lot opportune monthly worthy of doughnut you could have grandpa go uh herrman that cheeses greener than you uh uh i think he got a lot of ways to go on a cheese too here's my question why do some people see the monsters like in the show like normal people see them in freak out and then other people see them and just like don't even notice that they look crazy it's a problem with all the shows that you get no logical that you either take it or you don't ethic your guy who takes it i tend to letica it's like when i'm watching liar liar you know wherever was the beginning a genie curse or something just jet whatever it is whatever stupid shit you have to do to justify the comedy just get their quick that there's that movie wear a jason bateman and rai reynolds both p in the same fountain and swap bodies um the terror movie but at least the movie starts with them like ping and afout you know like but i gary they're quick you not answering my question what was your question what i'm saying is is guy i don't know what the hell that was a response to that had nothing to do with what i was saying i'm seeing in the show over the course of the monsters tv shows yes sometimes normal people see them and they just treat them like nor will be more than other times norbu see them and they're like horrified are there's no let in i was ranjit off into kind of other things i guess yes yeah there's no there's no consistency so i don't understand i see what you're saying uh i just me like the central gimmick of a ship but there is no consists suit your son that's all i got what you're saying we both get what each other same because with greater communique folks that sarah monsters episode an idol one that out against revisiting a few more thesis over the course of the show i think that'll probably it from me uh on the monsters but uh we'll all be back also folks.
"ueno" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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