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Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller
"War. He is Michael Waller. He is senior analyst for strategy at the center for security policy, author of secret empire, the KGB in Russia today. Mike, welcome to America first one on one. It's great to be with you, Seb. All right, let's start at the big picture stuff. We got to deal with the conspiracy theories, the tinfoil hattery, including on our side, sadly, for conservatives, but okay, let's start with you. You were doing some interesting things during the real Cold War in the 1980s. Tell our millions of listeners across the planet. Who Mike Waller is and what's he done? Oh, well, started out with president Reagan. I was a college kid in army ROTC and the army wasn't doing anything. So I quit and joined the contras in Nicaragua. Drive the country. How does a kid join the contras? Where'd you go to the contrary recruiting office? No, it didn't happen. It was actually president Reagan's staff and faith whittlesey. You remember that? Yes, of course. Yeah. So how did you know them? How did you know the administration? So Morton Blackwell leadership institute. So I was skinny intern with a lot of hair back then. And I sent it intern and Morton Blackwell worked in that office. And he said, hey, come to something called cpac. Cpac 81. Wow. And then he disappeared right after Reagan was elected, went on the transition team, and so I kept up with him as a youth activist. And this is a question where you have people go to high places like in The White House and they bring young people along with them to recruit cadre. And that's how I made the connections to go. So how old were you? 21. And why were you such a hardcore anti communist age 21, Mike Walla? Because I was an environmental activist in high school against the nuclear power plant, and then I was dressed down in a self criticism meeting where I was told this is not about the environment this is about overthrowing American capital. Oh, hang on. So there was like a Maoist self critique session with your bodies and then you saw the light that has nothing to do with Gaia and mother earth. No, it was. It was professionals. This is northern New England, and I was just a 15 years old, and these were professionals from California who came in. And we were just kids. We just cared about not dumping boiling water from a reactor core into the ocean where we'd go fishing with our grandpa. And that's what I was interested
"walla" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Really a shame what happened to him and look Walla Walla and on it went By the time it was over I was telling her all about Sydney Nathan and king records So that's my loop How do I get out of that First of all I don't think you want to get out of that I think that what you're describing is free form creative thinking free association And there's it's so dreamy So it's such a lovely place to be And the average person is not there The average person that you and I meet haven't done all the work that you've done to get your mind into a place where you can be in that more dreamy free state most people are spending their time concerned with my future and the future of the nation and what about my children Are they going to be okay And what am I going to see my family again And really do I have to wear a mask and how long do I need to be stuck in this house And I don't want to do another zoom call I mean they just on and on and on and on and on They're resisting the situation And the way out is to actually practice accepting the situation as it is Practice accepting my free association as it is to acknowledge it to appreciate it And what you'll find is that acceptance plus appreciation leads to gratitude and then gratitude leads to of peace and then a freedom and then a creativity and then inspiration and resourcefulness It's a really cool process but it begins with accepting the situation as it is You practice total and complete acceptance Yourselves the people around you the world and your body your mind being totally excited about every single record whatever happened to that artist You just love it and appreciate it It's crazy what happens when you start to do that Well I'll tell you exactly what happens I say to myself I wonder where the hell I left my purse Or why exactly did I come to the kitchen I'll have to retrace my steps and figure out what's in here Yeah if someone was coming the other day and I had some napkins I wanted to hide I have no idea where they are I've looked for three days So there is also describing though high consciousness And as you go into higher levels of consciousness the day to day functionality the normal reflections of memory start to face memory really is a survival system And your website is interesting You've got the 30 day opinion diet and free meditations and a number of things And one of the things that comes out in your book is basically the opposite of what we say when we're going to the movies or whatever we're saying suspend disbelief and just watch the show Well in this case it's almost suspend belief and just follow along And so what I would say is that I would advise people to try it More than anything else because there are people who will resist even the concept And it's a very interesting one and it will work And we're talking to Matthew ferry and his Matthew ferry dot com I've got links to that on Raleigh net and links to the book as well And your questions and comments are welcome to And yes we'll meet the drunk monkey of course how could we not and more coming up on WGN radio Cloud is powering tomorrow's transformative missions Federal agencies are partnering with SAIC to.
"walla" Discussed on KOMO
"Seen Everett rainy most of the day where it's 54 sea tank airport 59° downtown 61 in Seattle and in Bellevue 57th comma 63 That brings our common news time to 6 O 6 and you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on como Two coaches from Walla Walla community college being forced out because they refused to get the COVID vaccine co most carlene Johnson talked to the husband and wife team today about their decision Chelsea spear will coach her last volleyball game at Walla Walla community college tonight Forced out because she is not willing to get the COVID vaccine because of her faith and in some disbelief this is what it has come to I've said to people I would never tell you what's best for you because I don't know what if you were a believer or whatever God I don't know what his message is to you and it could be to take the vaccine for someone that is not my place Her husband Justin spear is the college's baseball coach and also devastated to be leaving a job he loves and filled he was called to but determined to stand on his faith And I just don't believe in any type of tyranny And we live in this country that is the greatest country in the world and we have free choice we've had free choice I guess And I believe in that for every single person The Walla Walla bulletin reports up to 20 staff members from the college have left or will be this weekend over the vaccine mandate Johnson Washington state's prisons in corrections facilities are expected to continue with normal operations after the Monday COVID vaccine deadline for state employees More than 90% of the Department of Corrections workers have submitted proof of vaccination with about 500 still outstanding Assistant secretary Mike oban says that the clown bay prison and the penitentiary in Walla Walla are on the watch list but for now they expect any service reductions might be limited to things like a temporary closure of Claire M based hobby shop That's a really nice thing to have if as long as there's everybody available to do that But if there's not then we're going to close that area and we'll utilize that staff person to help out in a different area Overland says that while they know they're going to lose employees including some have been with the department for a long time they expect that 500 number to shrink as they get last minute paperwork submissions Harborview medical center visitors soon will have to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within three days of their visit that new policy taking effect on Tuesday applying to all inpatient visitors over the age of 12 and it will start at harbor view but the policy will soon be implemented at all UW medical hospitals and clinics and starting on Tuesday all visitors over the age of two will also be required to wear a medical grade or surgical mask to enter any UW medicine or clinic or hospital Seattle public schools set to suspend about a 140 bus routes due to a shortage of bus drivers We have details from como's Bill O'Neil Those reductions will come Monday which also is.
Bitcoin Is Now Legal Tender in El Salvador
"Salvador began accepting bitcoin as a legal tender. Yeah there we go. It's one of the many crypto experiments. that's happening across the globe. That's the way we're seeing knackers. You heard on this podcast. I in june just a few months ago. Remember well jacka. El salvador announced that bitcoin would be legal tender. I think we recorded that together. In new york person remember that. Oh yeah this week. During the different sweet green orders and menu. You went on the menu now. El salvador doesn't have their own currency they just use the us dollar but now they will also accept bitcoin interesting. Although el salvador also has fewer people than new york city where we recorded this guy and they announced this with like literally only three details at the time. All right rule number one. They announced in june. Every business in the country must accept bitcoin for the business that they do a single pusa. You can pay for that with a fraction of a bitcoin. Roll number two. The government will accept bitcoin to pay your taxes. And then jack rule number three kind of a little bonus cherry on top situation here. Citizens will not have to pay any capital gains taxes if they own. Bitcoin and bitcoin goes to the moon well yesterday. Bit salvador went live and we got a whole bunch more details. How the pulling this thing off. I i the central bank wanted to make a pr splash and lead by example. So they bought twenty one million bitcoin. The central bank. I mean el salvador. It's a tuesday tree yourself. There you go and then they set up a bunch of bitcoin. Atm's all across the country to get the populace excite and then to really get things going with bitcoin and in el salvador. They launched a brand new walla tap for forbid it's called chievo which is slang in spanish down in el salvador for cool very nice and with this app. Typical el salvadorians can conduct business and bitcoin yet. Every single salvadorian got thirty dollars worth of bitcoin. We've got like an oprah situation here in the app right right there waiting for you
"walla" Discussed on The Know Show
"You know having had this of practical backgrounds in in in in this sort of work and now looking at the more more serious side Do you feel like there is you know. Do you feel that there is a lot to be developed when it comes to disaster-preparedness or or does it vary because you know discussing before the recording. It sounds like the word kept coming up. Standardization of trying to standardize this. The preparedness bu- is that even possible given how different people on how different environments. I would say as an anthropologist know it's not possible to standardized Ways that your prepare. I think But there can be a common language that people could speak. i suppose And but i think we need to pay attention to how different people around the world would interpret that language I think there is a tension between in disaster research. I feel attention between people who are policy oriented so they want to come up with policies and approaches that can be applied universally and i see an. I understand why you know because we need practical solutions to being better people you know to be better prepared for disasters But as an end up walla just in i find that problematic And not quite satisfying. Because we know that on the grounds there are more interesting things. Happening people adapt you know people coming up with their own ways of being prepared for disasters So i do feel that tension between the practical aspect and The other the other observations. That i that i have so for example. I've been working with Municipality in It's in the southern east southern western coast And they have a disaster risk reduction office in the town which is quite rare. And i've been following the man Who heads that. That department called bodies and I'm i'm using his real name because he told me he doesn't want me to use a pseudonym because even though that's what we use doing anthropology but anyways so yeah bodies and when..
Marvel's 'What if…?' Series Explained
"That we are heavy into the Marvel Cinematic universe and another property just dropped this week on the Disney Plus APP. It is called. What if And it's very simple. You know what if Peggy Carter got the Super soldier serum, as opposed to Steve Rogers. What if we found out this week to Walla? I don't know about you, but I love the first episode. It's animated in nature, but it has implications for the live action Cinematic universe. Not only does it have implications for the live action Marvel cinematic universe. This is actually an animated canon series, meaning everything that happens in this series actually exist within the larger marvel cinematic universe. These stories are not just Hey, this is just a fun idea and well exposed the viewers to something that You know, can boggle their mind and actually have them asking what if the things that happened in this series spend directly out of the Loki series? What if is essentially a spin off or continuation of what we were exposed to in the Loki series with the existence of the multiverse? For
"walla" Discussed on Food Psych
"To restricting In i had a friend a friend who dietician and she kind of explained to me like you probably didn't gain weight because your body was repairing like it's organs. Now it feeling we're comfortable in it's going back to where it wants to be but i didn't have a conversation. I just the whole the whole way. Everything they're kind of like did not set me up for success. No and it's awful that they call themselves health at every size to with that kind of treatment of people because health and arise not just saying like all bodies are worthy or her. You know talking big game about how we treat everybody equally. It's it's literally those little sort of moment to moment things and in like how you craft someone's meal plan because it says a lot like is really telling you something and i'm sure you picked up on this that you had such a calorie controlled meal plan that like a few crackles of a chip would make a difference. You know like that's like feeding your eating disorder this information that like. Oh my body size is so you know i have to maintain it with such a iron-fist or else it's going to get out of control right. Yeah i'm starting to feel more and more angry. I assume i think the reason. I'm angry for a lot of reasons but i think because now i'm seeing so many professionals in this field just do further harm and then people are concerned about the fact that i'm therapist and happened to have an eating disorder and i'm like you're concerned about me. I'm concerned about our entire fucking field. You know yes yes seriously like. Actually your perspective on things is probably a lot more attuned than a lot of the people that were putting you on those ridiculous meal plans in the first place. Yeah let's talk a little bit about that. You know being therapist in this field how you got into that role and then how. It was to be struggling with an eating disorder and now being publicly getting treatment for an eating disorder. Walla therapist so i actually did not go into eating disorders intentionally. It kind of happened by accident does in as working in a outpatient mental health clinic rate after graduate school. And i was working with kids and families and i mean was outpatient so is general everything in anything and then i received my first client who had eating disorder. You did really good work together. And i loved it and my supervisor notice work i did with her and that was what she liked and so she gave me the next client with an eating disorder and then before i knew it kind of became the unofficial eating disorder therapists of the clinic It was just an. And that's when i kind of knew this is what i was meant to do and this is what.
Mosquitoes in Walla Walla County Test Positive for West Nile Virus
"Virus is found in our state For the first time this year. Mosquitoes and Walla Walla County are showing up with the virus, which can spread to humans Last year to people in our state contracted West Nile infections. Most people don't need medical treatment, but some develop a fever or other since DEMS.
Lama Migmar Tseten on the Play of Mahamudra
"So welcome to tonight's wisdom chat. Thank you for joining us Tonight's a special night for two reason. It's the full moon of suck. Dawa is the first reason the second reason is joined by lama. So welcome lama. Lama make the longtime buddhist chaplain at harvard university. He graduated from central institute applied to tibetan studies at sanskrit university. in baranovsky. he served as the head of the sake. Santa in pro india and also the sake monastery in poorer walla. Mike myers the founder of the sake institute for buddhist studies in cambridge massachusetts. Where he's a popular teacher and tonight. We celebrate llamas new book. The play of mom would welcome lama and thank you for joining us. I'm more so tonight. We're going to start with because it. Saka dawa lama is gonna lead us in a few prayers. So i'm going to handle the alignment ma and he would lead us in these press anger daniel and welcome everyone for this dot much app pan also to celebrate the launching of my book so will reside refuge tibetan in celebration of the saga. So as you may know saga dawa independent mittens mondo the our our shocker. So this is one of the. Most holiest month within the buddhist calendar because during this month both was born Today is actually the poor nima so pool moon of this. I've got the la doing which was fully enlightened aswell as he entered into ma putting need wanna
The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric
"Dermatologist veto. mari walla who south asian herself offers. An example of how ubiquitous the beauty benefits of timur have become. Interestingly skinned benefits are all so ingrained in the culture that typically day or sober before your wedding in india. There's actually something called a halt these ceremony. Literally it's the day before even the day of the wedding and your family members rob a piece of turmeric sandalwood in gram flour on your skin so in this like pre wedding ritual. You know it's supposed to be good luck. You can imagine that started as a way to fully dead skin and give the bride and the groom that glowing look before their big day. Obviously traditionally we know has been used in food. But it's just such a part of indian culture. The we actually do a whole ceremony dedicated towards on the day of our wedding. But what is it about tumor. That makes it such a beauty powerhouse. The secret sauce is curcumin. A chemical compound founding to mark with antioxidant properties. Marijuana breaks a down that works a lot like vitamin e. It's a chain breaking antioxidant. What i mean by that is that it can both scavenge free. Oxygen radicals on the skin and inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species. So it's like a for right. Not only does it stop these free radicals from forming but also helps get them
"walla" Discussed on YANBAR PODCAST
"Because you're just going out there and playing you know and it's like treat yourself as business you're band. You're an artist if you go out there and just play with your guitar. Whatever you should still get paid. Don't do it for free. Got to change the system. We've got to change people's minds and say we are worthy to get paid for what we do because this is an easy you know. You're you're performing ahead of time rehearsing all the time. You put money into the band as far as buying equipment you know working on things promotion marketing. You know like buying your merchandise. Cd's and things so that you can have them for you know nowadays. They're saying you know nobody's buying cds. We been to shows and people's bought a lot of t. shirts and cd's for us. So i don't know what the music industry's trying to say it's all streaming you know go to those streaming sites and you know download streams. Don't do that purchase that merchandise from the actual artists. And that's how we'll get paid because otherwise you're paying the label or other companies who are distributing your songs And it's a sad process so we we as artists and bands. I'm saying purchase that music. Purchase those you know you know merchandise because you're helping the band's and you know we love you since they said they're not using. Cd's that's fine. So what's the next medium that we use it Thumb drives. I mean. They have usb granted. They have usb that people can download a few songs bands and artists are doing. Stick it in their computer and walla. Okay if if people want to get into the robotic stage to know this do you wanna go see someone sitting there. Just pushing them all button on a box and that's a ban for you. That's what a of these artists and stuff to get hurt. They're doing the new electronic stuff where they're going on the computer making their music and don't have to go anywhere a And it's really sad because now we're losing the arts school..
All regions in Washington now in Phase 2 of reopening plan
"And And the the one one region region in in the the state state that that was was to to remain remain in in phase phase one one has has now now been been given given the the green green light light to to go go to to face face to to immediately. immediately. The South central region includes Benten, Franklin Yakima Kid, a task Walla Walla and Columbia counties. The announcement comes after the Department of Health found out one of the region's hospitals was unintentionally reporting covert admission data
"walla" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Have? I live here in New York, but I live in Staten Island, New York, one of the five boroughs but a little more suburban and the rest of the town. But you know what I saw, which is amazing. All these small restaurants in my area all around my town here. You want to talk about adjusting to regulatory. I've seen people build shelters build little huts. They got plant is made in Walla in a day. They got heated hanging here. They've actually Transformed parking lots and sidewalks and toe actually comfortable social places on the spot on the drop of a dime on a low shoestring budget. And if I feel like the entrepreneurs are a lot smarter than these politicians want to give him credit for. You're totally right about that. What I would like to see is maybe more of a hands off approach. Instead of saying you can have outdoor dining, allow entrepreneurs to try and retrofit the inside of their restaurants as well, perhaps with new air filtration systems. But by putting that blanket ban on the number of people you can actually have all inside the restaurant. You're diverting all the resource is toe outdoor dining. I think we would be better off seeing a combination of both write a combination of indoor dining and outdoor dining, but again, letting the entrepreneurs experiment instead of saying, Oh, well, we can have outdoor dining, but we're gonna put the indoors outdoors. It just doesn't make a lot of sense. I were channeling the energy of entrepreneurs in a weird way through regulations. I'd rather see.
COIN: Why It's Going To Make Your Life Easier
"The business that you'll running the project that you're only it's called coin and i. I can't believe that there was no other project coin to be fair Well done on not what what is point. Can you tell us about what coin is and what coins setting out to achieve. Yeah absolutely it just to the point that you just made you know part of our mission and even starting. The company was to really go along with this cliche that i think every startup in entrepreneurs trying to solve in. It's really This premise of making digital assets. Simple in so ever since we started our journey in the company always executed with that premise. In mind in. So when we thought about naming branding the company. We didn't think that there was any more A word or term. That was any more simple than coin that really embodies industry. And so. that's kind of how that derived we've been gone down the path of attaining trademarks insulin for it but as far as coin itself We are as you mentioned earlier. Appear to your cross jane. Decentralized wallet in exchange in were powered by this notion of cross chain interoperability we leverage atomic swaps to be able to facilitate a lot of those exchange. We've also layered this Some Artificial intelligence to be on top of this technology. In order to help consumers be able to transactions or manage their assets. Much more simply so that they could save time money. So in a nutshell. That's what coin represents in. That's the platform that we're bringing a market. So you mentioned bringing is in which tomase interesting. It is fascinating growing technologies. Well what exactly will the role of i apply and you explain the the what. What's the role that i can play to make the user experience more simplistic and to make it easier for people to access the digital assets or by great question In it's really intended to be able to create a new paradigm shift when it comes to crafting a very easy to use experience around managing digital assets and typically when people think of user experience they think of design they associate that immediately with you i components and look and feel of when we think of user experience that's obviously one component of it. The second component is really the process in execution That maps in alliance to use our expectations when they're actually executing transaction or or leveraging your product and so when we talk about using a ai were doing it on both of those fronts to really make and craft that user experience more more possible more easy so for example by using ai. We can predict the intent or try to predict the intent of what someone's trying to do or execute on the platform and we can provide suggestions on maybe either making that process. More seamless more faster For example we can notify user. If they're bitcoin holding is down percents today may be making not only the notification but a suggestive action. that could help that user Either money or come to a decision on how they should be managing their assets We can do other things such as even when you're browsing the web predict to maybe what you're trying to do and then present you with your walla balance or maybe if we can recognize that you're trying to send a transaction we can actually papa widgets that actually help you do that step you through the process and and help you execute it without even having to go into the app you know log in things of that nature and so it's really using these models Where we gather data at intelligence about what we think users might be doing in order to really help them and provide them enough insight to potentially save time money
"walla" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Provide 14 freaking meals. That's just amazing. You can also drop pasta and sauce off at the end of time. White House from now through 12 4. Daily 8 a.m. to 3 P.m., and you won't even need to leave your car. They got people there toe collect your donations safely. And, of course tune in 12 1 through 12 4 for some exclusive live streaming events that we're doing. It's a different year. But it doesn't mean the need is not the same. So please. All right, So Dean and I were just going over his list. Um, of things to get. You know, I should do. One of these people always ask. How come you don't don't do one of these lists like Dean and I'm like, you know, his stuff is very thorough, but I guess You know, there's food stuff that and things that I love to put on there. So maybe you all tackle that and completely ripped him off because that's what you do. That's good. Yeah, You're also good, Great idea. Now if I could only have his head of hair Mm hmm. Now give a chance That's like gonna be the first one on my gift list is a good to pay like Neal's gift list. First, Get stupid hair dye for your beard, second. You know, weight watchers, But don't use it third. Yeah, go through all of it. Uh, let's whisper hair. Exactly. Chia Wei Shin make house with bird. She a pat, and you know what? The Cheetah is edible. That's they use those in, you know. Wouldn't eat theirs. But those seeds are Chia seeds. Fun fact. Yeah, little little something for you, huh? You too much You didn't use. Uh, every time I hear that, I think of to Walla and Mo, I'm sorry I do so I didn't use the term, you know off gassing yet during the show, but Did use part squirrel, So we're even When it comes to, um, when it comes to leftovers. Don't think And this is this is to be creative. Um, for instance, Dean when he looks at a piece of wood, he doesn't look and go. That's a piece of wood he looks at that has potential to be whatever I wanna do with it, and you have to see food the same way When you look at leftovers. Don't look at them. His leftovers look at them as ingredients. And what they bring what flavors they are. What textures they are. Can you change the texture? Could you make something else out of it? So one year I looked, I had ham. I had turkey. I had some some dressing. And I pureed it. I pureed it at just a tiny bit of a salt and pepper to it. And then I took that I made a fresh pasta. You know, Fresh pasta is one of those things that is pretty easy. You're talking about it A neg. Half teaspoon assault one cup AP Flour All purpose flour two tablespoons water You put it together Very simply, Then what I did is I added some mozzarella and a little bit of Parmesan Reggiano in there and I made I made a rev. YOLO and I had, you know, made them large. You could make them into multiples of ravioli and You know, they're just lovely. Okay. You cook them like you normally would. But then you take your sweet potatoes. You puree them. You heat them with a little bit of Cream, and I ended up and a little olive oil and I ended up making a sauce for them as well. And I will tell you a little bit of Klima on top. It was one of the most wonderful dishes. It's not leftovers anymore. It's something brand new, and it's simply because I looked at them as ingredients rather than leftovers. It's so true, you know, we do this with houses all the time. People get stuck in the old story of their home. They just keep seeing their home for what it was what it is what it was. They thinking, What can I do with what it was? And our answer to that is Nothing. We want to change it. Let's use this as the building blocks. Of what could be and what you're talking about. I think is brilliant. And you had me there for a second there. I was a little worried. You're old. You're doing what? I'm not imagine you liquefied the ham. I'm not really. I'm not really seeing myself as a as a fan that I put an ice cube bourbon e made cocktails. What's he going to say? Liquid meat? You know, I'm not a fan of liquid meat, but as soon as you said, uh, you know, uh, pasta and you brought, I think. Oh, okay, that makes total sense. Do it totally nicking in terms of All kinds of things with it. You just have to see it like you. I look at the yam and I whisper it. Michael, What's your story? Tell me your story. Yeah, you were again But what do you have inside you? And I wish for that yam and it says, Make me a sauce, Neil. I've always wanna be a sauce. By the way, my nickname in prison was liquefied meat will be back in a second. We'll talk to D sharp, some more. And we'll also break in. Mark Thompson tell you what he's got going on for Conway tonight..
Covid Infections in Animals Prompt Scientific Concern
"News that the Danish government is putting down millions of men because of concerns the animals could act as hosts for Corona virus and potentially spread new mutations back to humans. Well in Uganda. There's a similar concern for the famed chimpanzees of Kabbalah National Park Nelson become BA is a wildlife veterinarian with the Kabbalah a chimpanzee project and I spoke to him earlier straight from the forest in the National Park. There was a report before alone. 2017 National Park where there was a human being chimpanzees in that particular national park in court diva with investigations because confirmed that tickles human coronavirus. So what happened is that what we have in current over 19 is part of the two which happened like something backing 2030, but we suspect that they are because being able of human 29 they can concoct. This is a concern, isn't it? So this is a real threat. So what are you doing to safeguard them from a potential infection? Will you got like authority have been working together with the National task force on they have come up with quite a number of regulations as their way of getting The fact ofthe 19 in most of the excites that body National Park on green, Impenetrable forest for any individual is coming to such a talk with the camps where these Has gone away. 14 days are parenting before the 14 days, counting five, accounting for any video, where someone has to come and then undergo isolation on current in 45 days notice anything like cold or in stomach upsets, and there were problems. But for 14 days we are pulling up with the exhibition period of 1940 notes off the fullest and he's coming to the come on. If it's going to the forest has 14 the current include you on then you also have the temperature then which are sufficiently different side around the national park, where by old individuals who are Going into the forest to pick their temperature measures all in the morning before going into the forest. Part of that also involved the official part whereby we used bleach for gambled should not attend of growth. So the club is that when you could have come from the court is that you use outside It sounds as if you're being incredibly thorough here. What is the plan, though? Should the worst happen. Is there any way of treating them at this stage? Actually, I've been covered 19 been having ongoing monitoring on civilians Programs Walla well, Great mint on when the West comes to us when we see that this trip really invested to the community and everybody's Linda, isolated populations of chimpanzees. So we have that window. Well, we come into position and for 19 because they don't ongoing monitoring surveillance. We are collecting samples from sampling from these individuals. From a from a vehicle from off Buring, which is an ongoing investigation in Alabama. So any suspect 1930 to a group? Of course. You have to put our hands on ground could make sure that we do our best in comes off. Protecting the chimpanzees of Kabbalah National Park in Uganda. Here we just heard from Nelson Lukamba are 99.9% of us, which is why they especially need protecting from Corona virus. He's a vet working in the Tamale Chimpanzee project.
"walla" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux Red 2016 Review
"It's Dave from cheap wine finder.com again with another wine reviews. It's getting fiber that I decided to go red blend, which goes well with thought and I found a wine that delivers a lot for the price low. Do I have here? I got the Columbia Crest Horse Heaven Hills a shadow red blend 2016. The 2017 vintage is off too and they changed the label from 16 to 17 label is very dark for 16 and it's very white and light for 17s, you know the difference off. And so is French for horse Horse Heaven Hills is in the Columbia of valley of Washington office. It's east of Vancouver west of Walla Walla and like the northern banks of the Columbia River and when the first settlers got there, there's Wild Horses song. So you go nice bottles great place. And this is a red blend. That is Merlot sharath Lubbock and it's an assorted other than a regular hours, which I always thought was kind of funny while they don't know what's in there's like they don't know who knows. Another thing is it's been a no this isn't Ryan that's been aged think I found it for under $12 at Costco. It's under 10, I believe and it's been a note for 22 months French and American Oak. For wound 22 bucks. So, you know, it's winemaking is all about the details and near they don't know what the brakes were their birth don't know exactly what the time it was in Barrel. You know, Columbia compressed is a really it's a second label for Chateau Ste. Michelle out of Washington Seattle say Michelle's family wines of the biggest python Washington State in Columbia Crest has been around since the eighties. It's a second label, but there are no slouch in 2009 Dodge Reserve cabin or something on one line of the year and one spectator against every other line in the world. It was number one Columbia Crest mixed good lines and they're always on the top 100 list Best Buy off was so I was you know for me it's kind of funny cuz they didn't know what the grapes were inside other than the first really didn't know exactly. I got a clean it's not as if they're not taking care of business. Just they just don't really care about the writing it up. There wasn't much there. It was just let's play attention to the line and not worry about not what's written and it's a really, you know, it's like I said for under $12 and it's got a lot of flavor that Oak aging is something that you cannot duplicate. Inexpensive red wines have gotten really really good at give you a flavor that tastes pretty good. It tastes legit way. It gives you chocolate and vanilla gives you a lot of flavors in the one that you're looking for and there's different ways they do it. But the one thing they can't do and this has been off barrels for almost two years twenty two months around 22 months. You can't replicate that. There are something that happens to the wine after a couple of years in all the flavors of melding together as deleting the flavors from the earth. You can't replicate that you can put the flavor in but you can't replicate what time does 2-1, you know in the reviewer said if we on a 2017 is out now says the 2016 Under normal circumstances with an expensive red wine. You grab the newest one. I always got new. When you got one that's been aged for a while. But extra year doesn't hurt it off, you know, it helps, you know, they're drinking now wines. They're not really made to be put away, but that doesn't mean they can't be for a short period of time if you could take care of them and liquor store probably took took good care of them. So this is kind of learn those lines that goes, you know, it's a little bit, you know, like made like the more expensive wise just time is money. If it's you know, if it's in Georgia for two years, sometimes it might need almost 2 years of age in the bottle, you know, it's not a exact science, but that takes time and the longer it takes you to snow that one, you know money as long as it's in there and the harder it is to make an expensive one. And this is a value price line. Just the line. You should check out cuz it's not going to be the same old same old. I mean they're they're good red blends that are inexpensive or Perfectly fine, but here you got one that's from a single a VA from a top-notch producer that's got some occasion to it something that you can't replicate off with fancy science that only time can do and I think that's pretty cool. And that's it for me did like I said, we got more coming up keep it cheap and adios by
Gerrymandering: How drawing jagged lines can impact an election
"Most people have heard the word gerrymandering once or twice probably during a presidential election. What exactly is gerrymandering essentially, it's the process of giving one political party and advantage over another political party. By Redrawn district lines. It's like Democrats trying to gain advantage over Republicans or Republicans. Trying to gain an advantage over Democrats you see each party wants to gain as many districts as possible. So they can do things like control the state budget or set themselves up to win even more districts in the future. So to understand how this process began and how it continues today, we must go back to eighteen twelve in Massachusetts Albridge Jerry the governor of Massachusetts supported and signed a bill to allow redistricting that is redrawing the boundaries that separate districts the catch, the new lines favor Jerry's political party, the democratic Republican Party which no longer exists. You see Jerry wanted his party to win as many states Senate seats as possible the more members of your party who vote the more likely you are to. Win Election the new lines were drawn to include loads of areas that would help governor Jerry in the future there were so strange looking that someone said, the new districts look like a salamander the Boston Gazette at Jerry's name to the word Salamander and Walla Gerrymandering, the process of dividing up and redrawing districts to give your political party and advantage. So how exactly does someone go about protecting their own political party and actually Gerrymandering district? There are two successful practices packing a district and cracking district. Packing is the process of drawing district lines and packing in your opponents cattle into his few districts. As possible if more districts equals more votes, the fewer the district's there are the fewer votes the opposition party will get. Packing then decreases the opponents voter strengthened influence. Cracking, is the opposite taking one district and cracking it into several pieces. This is usually done in districts where your opponent has many supporters. Cracking spreads these supporters out among many districts denying your opponent, a lot of votes. When, you have a large number of people who generally vote for one type of Party, those folks are known as the voting block cracking as a way to break that all up. So. When would a party choose to pack their opponents districts rather than crack them? Well, that really depends on what the party needs to dilute your opponents voters. You could pack them into one district and lead the surrounding districts with voters of your own party or if you and your partner in power. When it's time to redraw district lines, you could redraw districts and crack up a powerful district and spread your opponents voters out across several neighboring districts. So Governor Jerry and twelve to gain advantage for his party and redrew district lines in his state and such a crazy way. We have a whole new word and way of thinking about how political parties can gain advantages over their opponents. Politicians think of creative ways to draw districts years. So the next time an election comes around and politicians asked people to vote be sure to look up the shape of your district and the district's that surrounded.
Kenya's singers hope coronavirus-inspired lyrics make for smash hits
"Things I love most about. country. Music. A lot of Kenyans would lasted for that. It's not really seen as cool at least. I, love it. It's relentlessly up. and to me. Ultimate driving music. But I did notice the unmistakable presence of Rona in many of the songs lyrics. And pretty much just on that in clean I went down to a tunnel. Machakos. About an hour out of my roby twist small studio where the owner said that he'd recorded over fifty artists singing about. Your your name, the name of. My name Walla Walla commanded. My Song Call. Call now last. Is. Sony. Nicole leading people. In the Youtube Even in my local community or little of now with design. So I think as long as. We got there. We were lucky to make two artists recording or re recording current virus singles that day. Tim Talk attack was. Actually. Quite in the mandate of how pandemic has affected Kenya. Both had lost jobs due to the pandemic induced economic downturn. And one had even lost her onto the woman who raised her someone who's really special to her. Her songs main chorus goes. How. Well. I mean but. One meter away for time for how much longer Using their music to educate people about the viruses dangers. But at the end of the day, sing was also a way for them to get some joy into their lives and maybe some money in their pockets of their songs are good enough. Introduced this to yourself. What's your name? What's the name of the studio? How did you get into this business? My Name's John. My Seattle. Companies Delaware's. Try and Then, night to produce something. something. For, things to go viral not just. Music Yeah generally since the fundamental this corona. Busy They've been busy grown assumes others have been doing so for more for inspiration since to pray to God to you know countries. We really love our music to reach people wherever the so that we can get our message use. Songs I can't stress enough. I mean we're talking about songs. Coronas. Condense. Is. That's not even. Song by embarrass been, you can't hope dancing.
End to end solutions against COVID-19 insights from Blok BioScience
"For this week's podcast rigby discussing end to end solutions against couve in nineteen with special insights from block bioscience. And I'm very pleased to have returning to intra blogs aerial Walla no CTO of block bioscience and managing director of experts aerial. Thank you for joining us today for those listeners. Who Haven't heard you in our first podcast. Could you please give them a quick introduction on yourself and on block bioscience they'd thanks and It's great to be back. My Name's Arielle. I've been working in the blockchain space for a while. Is it six years now. It's a longtime Komo experts. Blockchain Because we are all still figuring out a lot as we go but I've had the good fortune to work on a number of really interesting solutions from trade finance to insurance And now working Working in the biotech industry on something. That's really needed excellent. Excellent so as you'll recall our first question is could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain? And how does it work but here? I'm I'm curious to see if your definition has changed since the last time you are on the show due to the work you're doing it blocked bioscience so if if memory serves the definition. I gave you a hasn't changed much. Which is that blockchain technology that allows multiple companies where people to share a single version of the truth Without having to spend any time effort or money on reconciliation messaging Synchronization Or other such that the benefit from from gained from That sharing often allows completely new business. Models or new ways of solving problems. Ought to be possible in terms of how it's changed. I think the the main thing that's changed is a very welcome maturation of thought blockchain. I think it's fair to say no longer. A thing on. It is a tool kit For solving problems And for accomplishing what previously would take large numbers of people or expensive software solutions off. That can now be taken for granted when two people are talking and one is sharing a. I found this amazing new APP on my phone. What what we what I wouldn't say to you is. I found this amazing new APP in my phone and it runs the IP stack. That's given so if we're now talking about a solution and that solution includes our two companies Having a common record of a piece of data the presumed solution is that you would use blockchain so that you would share that single solution than do after create a business function hired people or build software to keep our version of that that data and yours in sync great great and I have very fond memories of our podcast where you took us all the way back to the Sumerians to talk about the Boola but I'll let our listeners to check it out for those. Who Haven't had the chance to actually on your on your on your webpage that Keith. Bear actually Commented on similar context of the indeed Princeton this world so in our last podcast I introduced you as managing director offensive experts. Now you've added to that the role of CTO block bioscience. What is blocked by? What is your mission blockbuster? Science is Is A team of thought. Leaders thought leaders in the medical industry thought LEADERS IN TECHNOLOGY THOUGHT LEADERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN. Who grouped together because we think that is needed fast that it needs to reflect how quickly things are changing And that it needs to represent Delivering the best possible medical diagnostic and supply chain capability to the fight The unprecedented impact that covert nineteen is having on the world. Ob conserve experts has entered into a business partnership with block and we are providing The technology delivery capability. But that's only one piece of block block is also about the medical expertise on supply chain in the network of relationships To get things where they need to go on and together we are creating The solution that we're talking about today. Excellent so just to confirm this blog bioscience was created because of the president pandemic or was it created prior to that block solutions. Which is which is this. Group of thought leaders will was already created what we did is mobilized specifically to solve this problem. We've been working on it Pretty much since since Cova I started You know emerging from China in in late January.
"walla" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Live everywhere in the I heart radio apparently they're having coronavirus parties up in Walla Walla Washington they say that these parties non infected people mingle with an infected person to try and catch the virus and what does that mean like a chicken pox party the CDC recommends against this if you're wondering saying Kobe that nineteen parties are not part of the solution they're taking it in the opposite direction because that will lead to an outbreak neighbors in the Bellevue area told Cairo they saw a similar offer for a play date with the re contagious children posted on nextdoor the post read I have three young kids were currently contagious if you would like your kids to be a moon let me know when we can make arrangements for a play date while listen I'm all for people in their personal responsibilities but this is nice boy I don't know if you've been following the Sam Rubin story on channel five he's got a new television that must be nice thank you there's a promo that we play of you saying you know we're looking into these people's homes yeah I don't understand why it is that that that were so in thrall to buy I have a white why we even realized that Sam Rubin has a new television beyond the fact that he didn't even take the plastic off of it well he's doing his live shots it's a weird and when I feel like they changed up where he was doing his live shots because he wasn't part of that fireplace remember in it have that igloo played mate cooler full of flowers ninety degrees it was bothering me like what are you doing in front of the fire totally fire was all done the fire was on and so now it looks like they've changed it up and so they may have brought in that monitor recently and maybe they have the plastic on it so that seventy thousand yes not to touch it I don't know just write again on a cold day that hair texture okay seriously lets go on who who is not telling him to brush his hair even I mean listen even if there's nobody in the home with him I don't know was domestic situations I don't know what's going on but there's nobody in the home with him this is somebody in the TV station go all out Hey Sam by the way when we get a break when we're doing whether or something like that just write a culture there looks like you start a bad head maybe he's one of those like monsters you can't tell anybody anything you know like he'll lose it if you save brush your hair and then at one point was the outside the door peeking in that bothered me I was confused like where's Waldo think about what you would stand outside like it was weird boy boy time for what you watch on Wednesday program is brought to you in living color in there Americans love should they win their kids USA the other version much better watching.
US Government Financial Bailouts
"I'm so glad you're with us here on the Clark. Howard show where it's all about you and that Walla Yours. I want you to learn ideas me so that you can keep more of what you have forget what you make right now. We're trying to hold onto every dollar and today the first day people are starting to see the stimulus money in their pockets and industry by industry situation by situation. The money that the feds are promising is piece by piece starting to flow everything except the aid. Specifically to small businesses the payroll protection program is still in a great deal of trouble and the idol loans generally geared towards small businesses that spent a disastrous rollout but bigger industries are getting the financial support. They need and it seems to be that the federal government is more adept at getting money to big players than it is to half of the employment in the United States which is smaller businesses. So big big big relief packages to Wall Street to various parts of the financial plumbing of the country. The Federal Reserve unleashing massive amounts of money to support Big Industries in the United States and the US Treasury Department reached a deal yesterday to give financial assistance specifically to the nation's airlines. They reached what's referred to as a deal in principle agreement in principle with allocations to each of the nation's major airlines. The nine of them getting money from the Treasury in two parts very large grants that will not have to be paid back and the Grand Total is somewhere around twenty five billion dollars going to these nine companies. There's a tenth really tiny one part of this and then there will be loans made as well to these companies and loans will be quite large. Here's an example. American Airlines is getting four billion in grants one point seven and loans these are billions and then another nearly five billion for a separate loan from the Treasury Department. American Airlines went in to the corona virus bust with the greatest financial difficulties of any of the major airlines. And so they are trying to get more money. Essentially than any other airline and each airline has its own ratio of what it's getting
"walla" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership
"Nine where I covered seven networking questions. This quick hit can be filed under personal or professional development. Everything I'm about to share with you are just my observations in opinions and like anything. That's opinion but also on the Internet. It's obviously affect now with that. Let's jump in. I'm going to cover simple but practical ways to set yourself apart. Use these to make a great first impression. Maintain lasting customer relationships deepen camaraderie on your team or just to be liked in general spoiler. Alert what you're GonNa find that these actually are about you or me at all. It's about connecting with people. All right. That's enough intro. Here are nine simple ways to set yourself apart. I'M GONNA run through these quickly and then I will recap them and unpack them a little bit more number one. Say thank you number two SAM. Sorry number three remember. Use People's names and before treat a colleague outside of your department to lunch number five participate in meetings number six smile seven. Listen to people eight. Do what you say you're going to do nine. Ask The server and the restaurant. So what are a couple of your go? To's now like one of my favorite coaches was famous for saying. Let's go ahead and break these down from a fundamental standpoint number. One saying thank you we move fast and saying thank you causes people to pause an typically generates a response from the recipient multiple things happen all at once. The person on the receiving end is being acknowledged by you your making a connection with them beyond the thing that you're thankful for and Walla. You've separated yourself from everybody else in.
Turning a passion for sports into a career
"And today we're GONNA start off in South East South Dakota In Minot saying hello to Randy Taylor Cherokee Cowboy and pro announcer. He is also choctaw and he is the host of native voice one radio segment word with champ. Thanks for joining us for another native America. Calling Randy the pleasures mindshare. Hello Hello so Randy. When we think about being that athlete and then there comes a time to start a new chapter We turn to you and talk to me. A little bit about Having a career in sports it's been somewhat natural for me. My Dad was a race. Car driver He was a first generation race car driver. His popularity grew in the sixties after starting on a drag racing strip and then he continued in dirt track circuit racing in Oklahoma where I'm from. They called it super modified and then he graduated industry car right think which went with the big boys. We moved to Tennessee and then came back home where he were. Instead of building and designing and driving cars he simply showed up to the race track with a helmet bag so my life in sports. I would say that certainly began with him and his dedication and watching him win lose crash and continue to follow a passion that he had and and I think that developed my passion for sports starting and wrestling and the child sports that we do in in peewee baseball pop warner football and continued on into the Rodeo circuit. So that that's how I began. And it's been a blessing for me ever shits insulated when you think of being that athlete and then moving into the position that du Sir that you feel very well now How do you think that to work together? Beat ANNOUNCER AND ACTUALLY. What's happening There in the arena. I feel that the opportunity to have accepted victory and defeat and knowing what it takes to be successful and what sports comes defeat. I mean. That's huge you know you look Babe Ruth. He struck out more than he had home runs and he's probably the greatest Baltron as many other athletes. Are I believe that There are some announcers that are dedicated to being announced that. Do not have a background in sports but I think they have to really dig in and dig within themselves and do a lot of research but are believed that being an athlete from the ground up as provides a lot of authenticity. When you know how a man feels or a woman feels when they when they're experiencing that in the arena and then transferring the emotion to a a ticket by customer. What when that does happen. Or maybe even your ability to interpret. Why certain While in the Rodeo arena. It's not plays but but maybe why Even a bull did something that it did. You have that kind of insight in a lot of times when we are those athletes in action We don't necessarily know what those lessons that we learn as were moving and competing What they may help us with in the Future Randy. When you think about that knowledge you regaining when you were in the love. The sport Helping you out years later. What do you think about that? That's a good thoughts and and I think that There are a lot of lessons learned on the field or on the match or in the race track and the race car on about can horse. I take the probably the biggest lie that we all learn. Sports Humility No matter how bad you think you are. There's GonNa be a bucket horse. It's coming along and he's going to hurt you and he's going to throw you off and and and bury your head in the sand in front of a lot of people and some of those people are your friends and family or you might be sixteen hundred miles away from home so so so no matter how much success you have and whatever endeavor you pursue. I believe that's that's where the biggest lessons that we can learn. And in the sports arena or at a microphone especially. I am challenged today I have. I have challenges that are presented and I have to stop and think how would I have handled this? How do I handle this? And what would my peers and mentors? How would they handle this? And I and I and I think that you are correct in that speaking on a market sold about sports she participated in certainly gives you an advantage in a leg up and so talk to us a little bit about the announcing announcing that you do this weekend I was in Waterloo Iowa and a coors bull riding classic next weekend. I am a monster truck. Show in rapid city South Dakota. I've had the privilege of announcing the Indian National Finals Rodeo six times and I've had the opportunity to announce the championship of champions. Which is the Indian relay horse racing Championships at the Horse. Nations Indian Relay Council. This'll be the sixty or coming up. I believe it is scheduled in Walla. Walla we started in billings and then went to Walla Walla. The past couple of years
"walla" Discussed on Strength In Business
"Need to seriously up your game. Mentally emotionally physically and spiritually. Okay over to you. I'd love to know your thoughts on this topic on building. A sustainable business. Maybe you failed a few times I'm sure a lot of successes as well reach out to me and some you tweak let me know what are some of your biggest challenges or maybe some of the biggest lessons? That you've learned Walla embarking on this journey. I think that's a super interesting and I love to hear all your source you can reach out to me on twitter at Chris Rock Main takeaway today so I always like to leave you with a golden nugget basically a main takeaway from today's session and I'd like to leave you with this. There is no one path to success. You really need to figure out what talents you have You need to know what skills you have. If you're good with people hire the right people a bill. The teen don't be afraid to navigate. Don't be afraid to change strategies You will need to adopt a N. Y. You grow. You might need a new team of tax advisers and you team of illegal people. You might go out internationally. You my to build several entities and put them under a holding which requires a deeper level of sophistication when it comes to business. Whatever it is that you set out to do be crystal clear about why you want to do is because it requires a ton of effort it will take away a lot of your time and you better build something that you love to build a because it is just super super important because you will dedicate most of your life a to..
"walla" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World
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The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me
"I've mentioned on this podcast that in addition to my project car dart not I also have a project truck a seventy six dodge d. one hundred and this is the story of a truck that I call low par by this portion of the episode. You probably already know that I call nineteen seventy to nineteen eighty dodge trucks tin grills. It's the affectionate name that was coined by my friend. Paul for these trucks and I've always liked him. But I never actually considered buying one for a project until I saw one at a car show. Oh that changed my mind entirely. It was the same month. That I started the Mope one hundred facebook page and I was at a good guys car show in Puyallup Washington when I saw a tin grill. That really really inspired me to get one for myself. I was going so these shows are so big that what I do. Typically unless something catches my eye I just focus on the Mo Mo par partaking pictures on sometimes talking owners so I was going Mo- part of Mo- par checking out the cars and taking pictures pictures when I saw a green and white tin grill. That had the coolest concept I had ever seen on an old dodge truck. What the owner did was he made? Aided a tribute to Mr norms grant spaulding dodge. And what I mean by that. Is He lettered this truck up to look like an old shop truck with weathered looking door or logos and other PATINA. Did you know weathered look lettering on the tailgate vendors in bed Another cool little detail was that he had the little grand spaulding style cartoon Ram on the Front of the fenders. So if you didn't know any better when you saw this truck you would think it was a legitimate truck. DOC from grand spaulding dodge so it looked like if Mr Norm had a shop truck or apart struck this is what he would drive for. This is what the parts runner would drive so for me. Being a big fan of Mr Norm and his work. I was absolutely blown away by this truck. It was so cool. I was just drooling over at taking pictures and just thinking to myself. Wow what an awesome idea and and it was executed so well the Patina on the lettering and just the truck as a whole was done very well and it remains one of my favorite trucks to this very day I briefly spoke with the owner and expressed my love for this truck to them and told them what an amazing you know. What an amazing build he accomplished? I actually thought it was a real Mr Norm truck like looking at it like you could have told me that. That's really really grand spaulding shop truck. I would have believed you. That's how good this was done. The owner of the truck. His name's Murray He's from British Columbia Canada. He came up with the concept and built the truck as a tribute to grant spaulding dodge and Mr Norm and let me just say that he absolutely nailed it. This truck was great. I would go as far as to say that. I've never been so affected by any other truck in my life all the trucks. I've seen that are really cool. This truck truck left the biggest impact on me. I I'm not just saying that. For dramatic effect. Everything about the truck was awesome and without oh getting into too much detail about it. Because I'm actually friends with Murray now and I plan on having him on a direct connections episode of this show so I what I will say is the truck was a beautiful two-tone J. Three citerne metallic green with white tastefully lowered with a strong little three Sixty v eight it had had twenty inch wheels and had some really cool other touches like accustomed front lip spoiler that was tuck nicely under the front bumper. which was actually custom on the front? Bumper was actually customized to the house to round Amber Marker Lights which I thought was a really cool detail because you know details like that. A lot of people would overlook but if you really know these trucks go that. That's pretty cool. Oh I've never seen that done before so that was pretty cool and I. I was never really a expert on these trucks. So the little things that stood out to somebody who was I was familiar with wasn't an expert but there are certain little things about the truck that were just standing out in at first looking at it I was like there's something about this truck that's completely different. And the more you looked data more little things you would see so he also had a rear bumper. The the nonstop cromer bumper from Aram charger and it was nicely. talked into the bed. which you know is another cool little detail the the details of the trucker just really cool and Murray actually even had a custom? Tim Dealer Sticker made that was weathered to match the rest of the PATINA. Look on the truck so on the on the tailgate on the corner the upper corner of the tailgate of this truck. It had a black can white grand spaulding dodge Chicago Illinois sticker and it was perfectly whether to look like it had been on this truck since the mid Seventies. I thought it was so cool. The truck is in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Eight Dodge D. One hundred and when I saw it originally actually had a seventy two grill on it because sorry Murray if this is a big secret but good guys had a year cutoff. So in order to Seventy eight and at the time. They weren't leading cars that new into the show so he puts a seventy two grill on it and Walla. He's in so he snuck his way in. And that's okay that that show was better having that truck in it so you know if good guys ever gets word of that. Hey good guys relax okay. They actually they upped the year range. I'm sure it was because a lot of the GM guys you know the C ten guys and those g body guys. They're probably crying moaning about not being able to get their seat ends ends in and they're they're little. Gee Bodies in so now it's up to like eighty seven so if you have anything pre eighty seven you can take it to that show anyways. Let's get back to subject here. I've never seen another bill quite like it and I don't know if it's just because I'm a moped nostalgia guy or what. The charges just awesome. I'm actually say I'm GonNa Post more pictures of this truck but it's so cool. It deserves more views so be sure to check that out. I think I'M GONNA have to carve my own path and do my own thing with my truck but I will say that it will remain one of my favorite trucks to this day.
Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries
"Gossip Good Morning Good Morning Steve. How're you doing good to be back home glad to whatever you want you know it's open open mic DOC whatever is ready and of course you follow gusts through everybody's followed gusts forever from day one on at the races and got a couple of plays maybe for the weekend gus but some some early thoughts before pre entries as we look Toward Cup it's always talked before pre entries but breath just looking at the races exciting exciting racist to get excited about it I think cameras just said I think the sprint and the dirt mile probably the two right now but I mean we have three solid juvenile's with noon Dennis moment eight rings and and Max Bill which I think three of those are very quality horses and just looking to see how these fields shape up but I mean I'll see you know some great opportunities in those fourteen racist for sure what we haven't obviously we haven't had a chance to talk anything on a consistent basis but what do you like to do when it comes to terms of a ticket structures and and focus in how many how many multi-race wagers which one's the utilize the most I'll tell you what you know you get these big fields I had the most success with exactly is in doubles to tell you the truth sometimes simple the up keep it simple and You get I mean you get a lot of value and those plays with the you know arch fields in and actually pick a couple of wide open races I usually focus on that I do tickets with the you know the picked force and I like to find at least one single maybe to deepen the other one and maybe spread that's what I kind of look forward definitely a single though in the pick four pick five I definitely need one host but I think even the pick threes you know the pick threes are they paid handsomely in the last few years as well but I think people you know who spoke with the exact in the doubles I mean you can get some real value if you if you got a good opinion onto racist back to back you can get paid well and we were in fact last week with Jeff Siegel this came up and when I was asking Jeff about his preparations and when it comes to the a ticket building and and we'll remind everybody that as much time as we spend handicapping the gotta spend a hundred percent the maybe not maybe not practical to spend as much time building the tickets but there's gotta come a point Wednesday Thursday where you you've got a pretty good idea of of the horses you're going to key around take a break from I'm from the handicapping and put pen to paper and write down the your perspective wagers and budgeted out and and you know take a look at the you know once we get the announcement I think it's on the twenty third by the way runs day the twenty third will be the race order official order announcement the Breeders Cup has a tendency to the tinker with it based on on the way the field size shape up you know look at that structure highlight the spots where you've got your strongest opinion and then back up on either side of those strong opinions if you're a mother erased player and you know we keep suggesting you know if you if you typically pick four player okay fine you're going to play your series of fake force but this is where you take a step back to and play more pick threes and the doubles and I I I think it's advice that I try to drive home every single u a year that you you don't WanNa have some of your best ideas the horses that end up winning that you had a good feel for an and then you didn't cash because there's some upset in the third or fourth leg of a pick four and you you didn't leverage your good idea as strongly as you might have oh I totally agree with that you know like you said once the the race orders come in just pick your spots we have your strongest opinions and then you go from there I mean that's I mean horse players nightmare there were your your ten to one shot twelve the one shot comes in and then you're single maybe a three to one shot you know doesn't come in the last leg and you didn't have anything on on on your your strongest opinion the price that's that's tough pill does Walla sometimes no doubt gusts will obviously you know get a chance to direct people toward you and and the analysis at at Brisbane that and Talk Again Cup Week maybe you know pick out a a a spot that you know the to discuss what what he did complain of of late how much keeneland action you taking it definitely on the weekends for sure and dabbling a little bit during the week I mean some great racing the weather's been fantastic and big fields they're coming to an end here this weekend but got a couple of plays today actually Keelan let me here let me let me see got hold on I got the where's where's my keeneland Friday Thursday AK with Saturday I keep the Friday about what's going on down believable there's so much there's so many things here did you play Gulfstream yesterday by the way did you play the pick five thing a little bit I did I did and got knocked out pretty early believe it or not you would not price horse which is Kinda it'll happen yeah oh yeah it was over quick so it's pretty full paid well for me though for the for the amount of low prices that were that were at three was a signal and the third leg so I know it's funny that that was the that was the horse that gave the opportunity to to to tip toe to turn it into a pick four but yet I do get the sense a lot of people got tripped up either on the in the first leg or the last leg where the two spots we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get the one side of the other well let's talk about Qinglin go ahead what are you got today seven just my best friend today force MS coming out of the Woodbine Mile Bill Seventy eight to one mile with a chaining hill started the outside somehow he he maneuver beautifully coming into the turn but down the stretch is totally got shut off had nowhere to go I thought he had nice I made a move just didn't have enough to go this horse has been running good all year up at Woodbine five draws the five here which is which is ideal nine to two is very fair price is a loaded racist could be a stakes race disallowance this allowance race but I like plot I think he's going to get a good trip there's enough speed in front where he's going to be right in stock and right behind I mean he's faced some nice horses I think this is the time to to get in this at somewhere of now ninety two would it be beautiful if we can get that and I think we will because you know the outside you have a few horses that are going to take some money especially Colin Road for for Michael Maker Jose Ortiz that was gonNA take somebody coming out of ah graded great three but ms I think is the wholesome and a key on all over in in starting reporter and race seven and Connor Murphy for whatever reason Connor Murphy does not does not draw money and wins I mean he wins plenty does a good job interesting to see Mark Glatt come to keeneland souter shows up here yet pick source interesting ski Churchill last time kind of finished pretty decent but it's a nice horse was nice races earlier in the year so and you got Roselle Rosario on board into feature the feature very nice race today again the the greatest Devali view fulfilled I think by horses winter sunset four eight to one on the morning line think might get a couple of clicks down I mean she's versatile I don't know if she wants to go nine furlongs I think she kinda flattens out at nine furlongs the mile amount of sixteenth which is I think this is her her best distance coming off a win at Indiana ground at any grant she's got a nice post and she's just a nice trip there there's some speed lined up to the inside I think she can get I run and I mean the twelve is going to be flying late this lady the prince a lot for Baltistan she's eight to one I think she comes down from that I can see here making a big move middle of course coming down the lane but winterson that's it for me eight to one would be great I think she gets I run on on on the closers and should sit a nice trip there again for channing hill it's now and Bhartiya earlier to Mardi landed on winter sunset yeah I'm not sure what the price I think she might down from Chad you've got to chat horses that are Ya Chad takes money like you you saw yesterday focus group was was really over bet yeah I like him but it's too crazy I'll tell you what I have a bomb in the second race so a bomber I'm GonNa take just fly the one horse abstinent for Ian Wilkes make third start first time on on the turf going to turns Bravo Bravo couple of wins from six starts the meat this horse broke the last couple of times I starts his career broke out think the inside post and Bravo might be able to as well she's fifteen to one in the morning line you might get fifteen twenty to one hundred Meta take a flyer on her and also gotTa pick for tonight at down coming
How Are Maine Coons Different From Other Cats?
"Friendly intelligent and huge. Maine coon's are rugged longhaired cat breed. That's become a favourite of Phelan fans everywhere from the breeds mysterious origins to its oddly dog like behavior Maine coon's. Aren't your average everyday house cats first off. They're the largest of all domesticated cat breeds. They gain as much as two pounds. That's about a kilogram per month during their growing cycle which ends at about four years of age which which is more than quadruple the maturity time of other breeds well most adult cats way about seven pounds. That's around three kilos. Maine coon male cats tip the scales up to twenty five pounds or eleven kilos females typically weigh in at about twenty pounds or nine kilos. Maine coon's are also some of the world's longest domesticated. It'd cats in terms of physical link as well as in terms of time since domestication both male and female. Maine coon's typically reach up to forty inches. That's a meter for in length from their noses to the tips of their bushy tails and although the main coon is often regarded as America's first domesticated breed. It's ancestry is shrouded in mystery jury advances in genetic testing could help identify the Maine coon's ancient relatives which may have accompanied the Vikings on their exploratory voyages. There is one origin story you however that may have resulted in the breed's distinctive name Captain Charles Kuhn kept longhaired cats on board when he sailed from England to New England ports during the late seventeenth seventeen in early eighteen hundreds legend has it that when Kuhn anchored his ship in New England ports his cats would slip away to mate with local felines although it is is steeped in speculation this long-standing folk story purports that these long haired Kitten or referred to as coon's cats the Maine coon's origins may be Murky Erkki but its future looks clear in nineteen eighty-five the main coon was declared the official state cat of Maine and as twenty eighteen the main coon was the fifth most popular breed in the United States a Maine coon even had a pivotal role in the Harry Potter films as Mrs Norris The pet cat of Custodian Mr Filch her claim to fame besides starring starring in one of the hottest film franchises of all time was stopping on command as she paced the halls of hogwarts. Many Maine coon's can be trained the way that you train a dog this intelligent and eager to please breed exhibits a few doglike tendencies such as following their owners between rooms and the capacity to and interested in responding well to training with the assistance of training techniques like using a clicker that makes a clip indistinct sound followed by treats. A Maine coon's behavior can be harnessed though despite popular perceptions options just about any cat can be trained using these tools if you keep at it and that training can help keep house cats stimulated satisfied and physically fit. Most cats have an aversion to getting wet but not so Maine coon's equipped with water resistant for these be lines. Don't mind taking a bath are known for joining humans in the shower the even go for a swim for example tizzy a five year old. Maine coon from Pennsylvania made headlines for taking laps in her family's swimming pool something she likes to do on a regular racists during the summer months and in two thousand and four a Maine coon named a little nicky became the first pet animal to be cloned commercially after Little Nicky died at the age of seventeen his Dallas. Area owner paid fifty thousand dollars to have little nicky's. DNA transplanted into an egg cell. A surrogate mother cat carried the embryo and Walla a kitten similar in appearance and personality too Little
"walla" Discussed on KOMO
"Off Thursday, rather than Friday, the holiday weekend, and then come back, you know the Tuesday after rather than coming back on Monday. So it really is a busy travel period. Five hundred thousand people expected to travel honesty ferry this holiday weekend. And some of those will be traveling here, this Saturday morning waiting for the big rush of Thursday and Friday to conclude sterling recommends you walk on. Fairies of all possible. But if you have to drive says travel early or late to avoid those our along weights at some of those docs, the busiest runs are going to be muckilteo Clinton again this morning, Edmonds, Kingston, and Seattle Bainbridge, where the ferry Walla Walla is filling in which means fifteen fewer cars on that route, and remember, KOMO news. Newsradio without dates for you and traffic, including ferries when they get extremely busy, every ten minutes on the four and speaking of travel, we've seen the largest seasonal surgeon gas prices since twenty eleven but it's not really slowing down travel plans. So far here for the kickoff of this unofficial. Start to summer more Americans are hitting the road than staying home. According to gas buddies twenty nineteen summer travel survey now according to that survey, they're saying that nearly seventy five percent of Americans said they will take a road trip this summer. That's a sixteen percent increase from last year and thirty eight percent cited high gas prices for impacting your summer travel plans. This will also include a decrease, perhaps you're seeing of RV's on the. Road and maybe some boat use as well. This is KOMO news. When the Puyallup river bridge and five reopens later this year after extensive renovations, many will be happy, but it will also bear a new name the fishing wars memorial bridge. Powered by binding, mental sites fishing. Jennifer Keating with a few tribes saying the new name commemorates have time in the sixties and seventies when police used to beat an arrest, tribal Fishman for casting lines into the Puyallup river. We mentioned boating might be a little bit less here Memorial Day weekend because the price of gas, but keep in mind, the large, and small locks at the Ballard locks there will close to all marine traffic for eight hours. They plan to have a closure from eight AM to four PM on may twenty ninth to inspect. Enclose a saltwater drain screen structure, on a structure immediately upstream unlocks prevent salmon from entering the log saltwater return, intake, divers will be in the water to close. The ten ten foot by six foot doors and inspect the thirty by sixty foot curved front mesh screen structure, so closure of the big, and small locks about their locks on Wednesday may twenty ninth eight AM until sometime later in the afternoon share it with fellow boaters and maybe posting their area marinas would help. I'm Mark, Krista? For. You're listening to KOMO news AM, one thousand FM ninety.
"walla" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"To watch this idiot, speak for the Democrats. Oh my goodness. Jackie and Okada walk. You're on the Danone Donald show. Hi, actually from coca. But I from tosa because of all the racism in Walla tosa is that why you moved. No, I moved from Connacht while you move from a walk from. Woah, tosa. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. I got that wrong. Now. Jackie have you noticed all of the racism from the tosa liberals because it's so pervasive. We open this hour saying that they've got a they've got to create a city commission to deal with all of the racism from liberals wallet OSA. It's so funny because they think that. Racist because I am more conservative. And it's just so funny. And this this is just a this is just a story, and like, please don't feel bad, but my son receives benefit from social security. So I think that's bad. It's what it's therefore. I know, but I'm just saying I'm not I am very conservative. But I feel bad taking it anyways. You're entitled to it. I know, but it just because we were taken care of. So I don't necessarily need it. You did the deceased pay into it. He heard it, and you're entitled to it. It's simple as that. Don't feel bad. Go ahead. Go ahead. Okay. So anyways, my story. So I went to the social security building down on like sixtieth street right off the north, and I did not know the demographics. And I went down there. I had to I'm purely Caucasian. I had my two occasions children until I get there at nine AM. There are two women in the parking lot. They asked me for jump. And I was just like their car want start like sure, no problem. And so I give them a jump. I go inside. I was completely ignored by the guard. That was in there when I tried to ask him a question about like, hey, how long is the wait? He completely ignored me. When I am. He was African American when I get up to the owner. I am told like we were going through an I was there for an hour. They're a couple of things we had to straighten out and the conversation. She just looked at me into those did I hope those two ladies out there. And I'm like, what are you talking about like a helped people, and she goes. And I was like no not really they asked me for help and need having a car that works like, obviously, I'm going to help them. Right. But it was just it was just so. Blowing that, you know, a white person with actually help somebody of color and to be fair to be fair. Now, it could have been that. She's just it wasn't necessarily because of your skin color. You kind of inferred that I did. I did. But I was just I guess I am just kind of blown away from the lack of just also coming courtesy. Well, what that does? What that does? Tell me though, is that not only are people in well tosa, not only are they kind of racist. Jackie. They must also be jerks. I'm done picking on wall with tosa just ridiculous..
"walla" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Great to have you. You here on the Clark Howard show where it's all about you. And that Walla yours I want you to learn ideas me so you can keep more of what you make. Coming up in just a few minutes. I got another heads up for you as the scams. More. This one concerning people pretending to be the IRS and later. Report that says that way beyond a majority of Americans no longer have a job that supports a solid middle class life. I wanna talk about that the solutions aren't really that. Easy. Well, talk right now about something that I am ecstatic to share with you. New survey says. This was done a survey done of a couple of lenders that first-time homebuyers are doing something that makes them different. Then first-time homebuyers as far back as I can never remember three quarters. A first time homebuyers overall an eighty five percent of first-time homebuyers are remembering to say show me the money before they go to the first open house. All right. Let me tell you what I'm addressing here because this is really important, historically, and especially for first time homebuyers. People interested in buying a home. We'd go out and look at homes get excited and then say. How are we gonna pay for this thing? And then most often they would take a referral to lender from a real estate agent or if they were looking at new construction from the captive sales people working for the developer. And that would be the entire sum total of research that most homebuyers would do for loan. But it seems after the tumult we've been through there. There's actually a side benefit. And that is that people are putting things in the right? Order homes now maybe cars in the future..
"walla" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The big the Big Joe in western Walla Walla Walla was like why not. Big Bob five minutes past five o'clock, the Scotland get together from whatever Wednesday. This is. Remember, it's been about this moving fast so fast is this warning twelve noon. At three o'clock. It was the solid goal to make you feel. Oh, go to make you feel old. Right. I studied it. I studied I studied George Carlin. So we'd be coming home from the baseball games. And only of where we one, of course, I would be in the back of the bus, and I would be doing George Carlin album for all my teammates. But I would do wonderful. Why? No. So I would be doing the the disc jockey things, and I sounded like here impression of him as a distraction, even this George Carlin started out as a AM top, forty radio disc jockey in. I believe Louisiana. That's how we started. So when he does this wonderful bit, it really is kind of a a parody of how he started. It was what top forty radio satellite in the sixties and. It was very very funny. So that'd be doing in the back of the bus guys will be laughing. And every time, you know, we'd win here. And so I would like to check on five minutes bass bigger, there's always five minutes past five o'clock. And so I would do this all the time. So when we were graduating so weird man, so ironic how things happen in life. And you don't know what you're destined to do. But it just you know, what I mean the universe takes over. And you're supposed to be something you're born to be something. And so my the best ballplayer. My team went up played for the Philly's Phillies lately. Cubs for the White Sox. Only major leaguer from my high school. He writes in my yearbook. Great season you pitch. Great this year, by the way, when Wolfman Jack steps down you step in. At that time Wolfman Jack was a famous. He was the big thing. Big DJ. And I was like what are you talking about? It didn't even occur to me. Like, what am I going to do to start doing wonderful? Why note? People. It did. I didn't even cross my mind about being in radio. I didn't know what I wanted to do. I wanted to be a baseball player and that wasn't gonna work out. So, but he wrote that my yearbook it's a fun hatred in the major leagues is a pro. And they turned it up as a radio, but. I look back at that. Now, and I go, wow, he must have been some sort of a a psychic of sorts because like I said, I it wasn't until probably three years after that that I got bit by the radio bug. And it was all because I was doing casework I was studying to be a counselor. That's gotta be a depressing job was horrible. Working with kids for bad homes and upstairs at this use center. They were building this this this radio station for the kids. You know, you could broadcast inside the the and I went up there. And it was like, boom. That's it. This is where I belong one thing leads to another. And that's how it all happened. But it wasn't until but this guy in high school kind of knew what's going to happen. Because of the way I said, he's the I'm just like a DJ on the radio you need to do that. What are you talking about going to walk around and do wonderful? Why not right? So here's George carlin's wonderful to enjoy a little bit of this. Is it this jockey nineteen.