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"whitby" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
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"whitby" Discussed on i tried it podcast
"Welcome to this week's episode this zere host Kristin. I'm so happy or tuning in to get inspired to try something new. This week I have my guest. Dino what be joining me remotely which would have happened anyway since we don't live in the same city but also very appropriate since we're all quarantine due to Kovic. Nineteen Dana is a fellow graduate of the PODCAST. Pro Course that we took together. I think we were actually part of the first cohort But Dana is a podcast host. Herself she hosts the soul rising. Podcast you can find. Meditations and heart centered soulful interviews on. Daynuss podcast and were also doing a little swap. So you'll find my interview with Dana there as well but as always. I love my guests to introduce themselves so Dana. Welcome I'd love for you to tell the listeners more about you yeah thank you so much for having me Kristen. This is really fun to kind of be on the other side of the Mike interviewed when you interview. Someone often But Yeah My name is Dana Whitby As Kristen said I am the host of the soul rising podcasts which I think we'll get into a little bit later about how that came to be But I'm also a former school counselor so I used to work with middle school kids Before staying home with my own children I have a seven year old son and a three year old daughter and so I like to tell people that I am. Mostly stay at home. Mom But I currently do grief counseling with kids. Kind of on the side. I squeeze it in during the preschool hours so I do very specific grief counseling with kids. Who have lost someone that they love But I'm also certified in a couple of other things I'm certified in rocky just through level one and I am also certified in hypnosis and regression therapy so I was trained in regression hypnotherapy a couple of years ago and I don't do either of those the rookie or the regression hypnotherapy fulltime. But it's Kinda something fun that I like to Dabble in and do with friends and family and honestly do for myself so Yeah that's a little bit about me. Awesome things so much Dana and you are a perfect guest because not only are you a host but I would say you're an expert in many things. You know supermom if you well you know juggling money money hats so I'm curious like with wearing so many hats. What kind of came I like? Is there a clear journey from being a former school? Counselor going into being a grief counselor on like you know throwing and Rakia hypnosis in your podcast like is. Was there a clear path? Did you have some type of goal in mind or did things just kind of unfold like that naturally? Yeah that's a really good question So this all ties into kind of my spiritual awakening so I was a school counselor for several years before I got pregnant with my first child and I was nine months pregnant when my husband got a job in Charleston South Carolina we lived in Charlotte North Carolina at the time so we were about to move four hours away from all of our family. All of our friends and I decided well we decide together the Boston relationships but we decided together that I would stay home with our son after he was born so Becoming a stay at home mom was honestly a dream for me. I mean I went through undergraduate. I got a graduate degree like I have some higher education but really my goal was always to stay home with my kids So I was so excited for this life change and when I had my son it rocked my world more than I ever anticipated. It would And I was going through my Saturn return. Which if you are familiar with astrology you might know that this is the time when Saturn who is hard teacher planet. He likes to shake things up in. Have you learned some hard lessons? He returns to the exact spot that he was in. When you were born and it just really brings up old patterns an old ways of being and this coincided exactly at the time when I became a mother And it dredged up a lot of pain from my childhood and I really kind of got on this kick of wanting to heal myself and that was when I really started meditating It's when I start having trouble in my marriage too and so I turned to some alternative things to try to feel better. So I was meditating But I really felt like there had to be more. There was something I like. Dig My teeth into things that I could actually do And so I really started kind of going on this spiritual quest. I was reading things and eventually I went to a medium and a lot of people think of mediums as someone who only connects to people who have passed. But I knew enough from reading my spiritual books that there were people who could connect to spirit guides and I just wanted some direction like was I meant to always be a stay at home. Mom was I meant to go back to work well and when I did what did that. Look like because to be honest. I didn't love working in schools. I wanted to really make an impact and sometimes in a school. You don't have enough time to really work with a child to see enough Progression so anyway I went to this medium and She basically took me to church and was like you have spiritual abilities that you are not using and pretty much. Everyone does we all. Don't use them to our full extent so she wasn't necessarily saying that I was special but she was telling me that I was really dragging my feet and not doing with my life what I could be doing. So that was very helpful and like shaking me up and Making me look even deeper. So that was when I began to explore ricky an honestly the when I decided to get trained in ricky was to do it on myself and I was doing it on myself and I still do when I need it. and same with regression hypnotherapy. It was for me I wanted to go on a voyage of my own soul and be able to step into this stuff and so the sounds Kinda selfish but all of this has been kind of an effort to self heal and in doing that once. I experienced it for myself. I'm able to pass that on to help people and to kind of show them something from a different perspective which is then why chose to start my podcast. Because I knew I was learning enough from all of these things that I wanted to share it in some way and I was feeling like blogs are kind of outdated and so I decided to jump on the podcast train so Yeah here I am kind of doing this. Podcast and really try to focus on talking about healing subjects in ways that we can heal alternative healing methods. Because we all need that. I mean I just truly believe that the reason we are here on earth is to heal this stuff and to make amends with one another and to love one another and to let go of old ways of being that no longer service and now is the time really think our society is ready. I couldn't agree more and I think you know at the time of this recording with you know cove ed you know I do. I can sway in the Wu side and I've definitely acknowledged like yeah. This is the year of awakening. So yeah I think it's good timing that we're recording but day. Not Thank you so much for sharing your story And being so open and honest there are just so many points where I was like. Yes yes yes One when you mentioned your Saturn Return. I don't think I'm heading mine until twenty twenty one but I'm like so scared like I feel like that's also subconsciously why I am interested in so many things related to healing because I want to put myself in like the best position possible so when I do hit my Saturn Return. It's not like my whole world flipped upside down but I'm sure there will be some things that come to a halt for me any no. I think I didn't even know about my Saturn return leg. I didn't know that was a thing when I was going through my returned so I think just the fact that you have. This awareness of it is going to be so exponentially helpful you know. Just the awareness in itself so another point that you made which I was like. Wait I wanNA correct day. No when you brought up Not In Nevada way but when you talk about your healing modalities and how you mentioned the word selfish which I feel like when we talk about things like self care and all of that. It's not selfish because we need to fill up our own cup before we show up for others so I can see why there may be some feelings of selfishness by Especially you know with you being a mom. I can't personally relate to that but I think that is so cool that you know you really took responsibility for your own healing so that you could show up butter for your loved ones yet. You're exactly right. It is not selfish at all and I like to make a joke of that but it you're right I mean it. It is not selfish because it really benefits everyone but yet it was hard for me at first Being a mom to feel okay with taking time away I was very lucky when I trained for hypnotherapy in regression Because the person who trained to his name is Peter Woodbury and he works for the Edgar. Casey A. R. E. And this was the first time he ever taken on personal clients to train them normally. He does it in like a big weekend long setting and he trained myself and the medium that I originally went to see that I mentioned she and I became friends and so we went and got trained together and I was away for a weekend. Doing that You know so. There's been a lot of time away from my kids to do this but I you know. I think we all have stories from our childhood. No one gets out of it totally unscathed even if you've had a good growing up. Everyone experiences things that are hard and I just want to lessen that for my kids I want them to grow up with a mom who is self aware and takes care of herself and I just I believe that healing some of this stuff and stopping. Some of these old patterns from repeating themselves is of the utmost importance what what else is more important than healing relationships. You know absolutely yeah. I feel like on paper. I know my parents. Did you know a great job but little things come up where I'm like? Whoa that's a little A little weird and I feel like there's some healing in in my childhood. Even though I'm like no I you know overall. I think my parents did a fantastic job. I feel like there are certain things where like I'm at a point where I haven't really taken a hard look at certain situations or things that have happened. And maybe that's a sign that before my Saturn return comes. I should really. I should really look back at my childhood..
"whitby" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Me today V. expert when it comes to clematis we're back to Gorda Diana but I want to ask you question your tell me about a fantastic website the hell yeah good news yes it's called clematis on the web you can just Google that and it has a database of three to four thousand clematis and you can if you're interested in knowing more about a particular clematis you can look it up there you can see a picture of it you can know how long the vines get you could know what time of year it's likely to bloom are all kinds of fabulous information you can find out who it's parents were if that interest you clematis on the web clematis on the ramp okay all right hang on because we're going dead Diana right now over in Whitby island Hey Dan I think so much for calling it's great to talk with you Cisco I've called you before about bag worms said my wall made three our wine sap that was damaged but it's still doing that winds up feeling great okay but here's what it is Laura I'm sorry by the client emitters are an old iron wagon wheels and it sits up against the shop and drop old shady in the summer time zero one that would work in that area so you wanted to climb on the wagon wheel yeah.
How Zamboni Driver Helped Carolina Hurricanes Win Big Game
"We can't begin the show without talking about the biggest story to hit hockey since what out. Foster Scott Foster. Probably the Glorious Song I don't know so. What was the last hockey story to get on the today? Show Leyla Anderson. Probably and you know what's interesting about it to me. I mentioned Scott Foster. Is that happened two years ago and one of the more interesting things the way he handled in the blackhawks handle is he got all these requests. He was asked to go on Jimmy Kimmel and the Today Show People magazine. And he turned it all down because he wanted to be about the franchise throat. Meanwhile Dave Ayers technically property of the Carolina Hurricanes Right now. We know they don't say Tom. I'm going to rename top golf. Airs Ball David Errors. Of course is the forty two year old goalie from Whitby Ontario pro previously experienced in the Allan Cup Hockey League where he played for the Norwood Vipers. For Eight Games He was the is the Zamboni Goal Zamboni driver for the Toronto Police H. L. Affiliate the Toronto Marlies He became just the third emergency goaltender in the modern era to play in the NHL when he went out and played for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Toronto Maple leafs on Saturday evening the marlies Zamboni driver playing for the enemy and You know he beat the leafs as everybody knows but are you surprised that the like the hurricanes if there was any team in the league where I was like. This is a team that could play that. Well in front of Amateur goaltender like maybe Dallas would be the number one. Maybe the islanders would be just by the systems they play but Carolina basically saying you. Don't get the PUCK ANYMORE TO THE TORONTO. Maple leafs was something. That was entirely predictable in this. In this scenario my opinion I don't think the hurricanes got enough credit for this guy getting the win one hundred even like after the Game Rod. Rod brindamour comes into the locker room. Talk about how the team played in front of that guy for that guy. Four David eyres eight. Which is an incredible thing. And you know what I was just talking about. Who Remembering when his team had a goalie. That didn't show up. She showed up late so they they had to play six on five. Like we couldn't score a goal on the empty night. Even I mean it's amazing. How the mind works how. The effort level works in that Carolina Hurricanes team. You can't say enough about. I Mean David. Eyres only had eight eight eight saves on ten shots. I mean you know you put a lot of guys in the net with a a modicum of of skill In the position and have that performance in front of them. They're going to have some success so all the credit to him for stepping in there and getting in front of pox but man that I mean Jake Gardner was just laying out out there. I mean it was unbelievable to watch imagine if Michael Hutchinson head that Michael Hutchinson now property of the Colorado Avalanche. Because of course we're going to talk about the trade deadline. But you know I think the reason why this story resonates with so many people is that in the little child and all of us. It's the dream of a fairytale at forty two years old. He's the second oldest player ever to make his. Nhl Debut. And I guess just to put a tie on this as we get into the trade deadline talk. Think BACK TO MEETING SCOTT. Foster one year after his big day where he was the accountant. Ben Saved what was it? Fourteen minutes of scoreless hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks against the then mighty would peg jets and you know he didn't do any interviews for a year and he said at one point. I called it the incident and I had to tell myself just because you take advantage of an opportunity doesn't mean you can enjoy it so I'm just glad that day there is enjoying and enduring with all of us because we all seem to be enjoying it
"whitby" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"Happy Monday in your step admitted a human's Rachel Hollis is shooting her upcoming show. Ritual has an upcoming show yes richer Hollis is shooting a show that she has that will be on a platform of Whitby. It comes out in April and she is on set with a whole crew humans pointing cameras and telling her to be awesome. Uh onscreen so she is doing that and I am here to Regale you with some fun. Some encouragement reminder of of how much we are in control of what we do. If you have never been here before where have you been. We have been doing this on the regular for ever and ever and we are excited excited that you're here. We are a community of people who do not look the same who do not act the same who do not believe the same the same love the same and we still come come together sometimes. It's because of those differences that we are able to connect and see the humanity in each other in in that humanity. He may be afforded an opportunity to stop some of the sharper edges of our heart and connect better with other people. Welcome to start today morning. Show my name is state. You know what we haven't done for a Very Long Time Ladies and gentlemen please rise and remove your hats. It's hot it's starting so this one is.
"whitby" Discussed on The Starters
"Say. I just wanted those images piece in love ending the Oscars for everybody in the theater and everybody at home. Just be a nice nice way to end it. I agree. What about what about yourself treaty? What should've won. Yeah. Eighth grade. I would've liked to spider verse to win best picture. It was the best one of the best pictures. If not eighth grade. Let's hear from you guys. Let us know after the starters. What movie should've won best picture whether it was nominated or not you got a favorite. No, I'm not like mad. I haven't seen all of these asker. He's got a list. He's not a fan of Roma. It was fine. It was. Asked you to never tell. I agree with you. It was very boring. Little like plot points that were not not great fine. But. Eighth grade. I don't even know the grade. What's your about it? We got we don't we don't tell me. I thought bohemian rhapsody. I actually thought it was fine. I enjoyed myself. Yeah. Right. But wasn't good. Been a lot of hype. It was good. And actually, here's A T's. I may I may have a star is born related complaint coming. Oh my goodness. Hate before we go JD. Five. Weddings in the strip. Tune in on Friday. Very quickly. My uncle owned a chain of strip I. So what chain? Well, they were all different. They were Whitby and offshore. Oh, wow. Name one of them was called BJ's. And my fans married with the priest on the stage right next to the poll like it was in. Yeah. Oh shit marry the priest. She didn't marry the if you if you'd been at a Jewish wedding with the poll there, you would have been one of the way to a hookah. Shit question. Coming guys for Friday's drop. Email us the starters at NBA dot com. This up on Twitter hash day, the starters. If you subscribe to the show on podcast, come on leave us that five star raiding leave us
GM Oshawa plant supplier strike has no impact
"Auto workers in Canada finding a new way to put pressure on General Motors. Members of the uniform union walking off the first shift today at a Lear seating plant in Whitby on -tario. This comes as that plant supplies the GM Oshawa plant which faces closure. There have been several actions in Canada ranging from protests at GM's headquarters there to brief strike said GM supply w w j auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert says so far the walkout has not had any impact on GM
"whitby" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Diana is in is it would be island, Diana Whitby island. And where is that in the Puget Sound? Oh, beautiful. Well, so I always about twelve years old when my dad took me down to Los Angeles harbor. They show me Admiral words, you wouldn't vote. Appear to be about exceed long and a great fuzzed. Oh, I don't know thirty feet, but it was very special. I had I did know about animal was quite delightful to go and see it. And by the way, you're my favorite guest host. Oh, that's very kind of you. So how long ago was this? And it was open to the public. Anyone could go. Oh, no. My dad just happen to know about it. I was about twelve years old then. And so he always was able to find special things found in the harbor. And is this the boat that he used to to travel to the Arctic? Yes, it is. And also, I think that he also went to the Arctic can this phone off. Wooden boat. My word was quite amazing. It was very impressive. When I was younger. Well, thank you for sharing that I appreciate it. Let's see let's say hi to lira is in the Mojave desert. Hello lira. Welcome to coast to coast. Hi, moral nervous. I think that having out here. I I don't know if I'm going to get hung up on by a by whatever's out here, but I'm gonna try and get through this. I'm trying to find out if I wanted to tell you guys about this long enough anybody's had any experiences like this because I'm I don't know what to do. I I moved out to Chow stubborn city Mojave area like twenty years ago and ever since then I usually had aliens for neighbors. You know, they are speaking. I mean there there's different kinds of your time. And I got used to it. And I got to know him and take pictures, as you know, everyone was nice and friendly and kept her distance, and you know, respectful that of thing, and then when we moved out to our friends property our house is still on. And we bought a you RV. His property, and we're like really in the middle of the geyser. But I'm going to get you to hold on here. We're up against a break. Hold on. We'll get to the rest of your story when we come back Clarence Carter taking us into the break with slip away on coast to coast AM..
"whitby" Discussed on Little Atoms
"And so they don't follow legs. Obviously. That's why it's it's name. And they don't mind still in has. They're good dogs and cats, and the reason I mentioned the buffalo leeches because when it came to the point where I was asked if I wanted to handle each which of course, I didn't who would. But there was some student nurses with us, and they were all wonderful going to be really good, nurses. They probably are by now and they will bat handling this Leitch. So I had to say face. And the damage and Carl who is taking us round. I'm pretty sure that he did this liberally that he said he didn't have any of the smaller less slimy. Medicinal leeches the human which apparently not slimy tool a lot of people leeches like slugs, but they're they're really not entirely different species. For example, there worms actually, but they're not supposed to be slimy. But the buffalo Leach, which I did hold, and I don't remember what it felt like partly disgusted. I remember feeling really kinda cool and alive, and but apparently quite slimy. Because parents they're the slimy ones, I'm pretty sure that carded that deliberately so the Leach goes through the various tanks those stages, and it's fed you can feed each once a year or once every six months, and that will keep it going and this very delicate process because you don't want big and small each is in the same tanks. You don't want one of sated ones that haven't had enough because then they'll just eat each other. So that's no good idea. And then eventually they will become what is in effect sterile hospital product, and they will be sent to hospital. They will be put on a needy patient, and then apparently in in the literature when you read leaching papers, which I did for quite a long time dispatched humanely, but when you actually look into it, they have very really wonderful nurse in Ireland who's written about leaching, and because it's always the nurses who persuade the pay. To have them. It's not the surgeons the surgeons just going to say, right? You need leeches and this the nurses after come in with the Leech calm down their patients. But yes, she told me what actually happens which is the leeches put in. So the the natural lifespan of leeches twenty seven years, but once there one or two years old come up, for example, Biopharm that get using hospital setting, and they are considered to be a biohazard because they're full of human blood or us, call USA, call Milwaukee needle, and they do they do move. So Leach, migrations, a huge problem that you can you can apply each to a patient and come back and find a lead up shower curtain in the next room on the floor the bed anywhere, and they are quick they would be to slug. Probably yes. So how they dispatched his they're put in. I think it's alcohol is kind of alcohol, and that basically exploded because I full of blood. So it's really inhumane, and I think really ungrateful. There was a lovely fellow in the nineteenth century, George Meriwether. Who was a doctor in Whitby everything I've read of him. I think he would be a very nice, man. He invented something called the tempest prognosticator. There's a copy of it in the Whitby museum. And I think one somewhere else it was a barometer based on leeches. He was convinced leeches could tell the weather center, the weather it didn't pan out because the actual barometer was invented around the same time, and you didn't have to keep feeding leeches, but he was one of the few people who really valued the poor humble Leach, whereas mostly humanity is just used an abused it to the point of extinction. Which is why they have to be bread..
Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out
"whitby" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Well she must be talking about the long awaited. Summit between administrator Trump and Mr. Rogers Dr Whitby doctor what he does Dr loose. Colonies here top one hundred eight the summit is? She in, a. Good at this you kidding Helen she's. Won several animals for. Her work Don't you mean these no I don't That must be? A, rush down Doctor Dr Whitby the summit between the doctor administrator and. Mister Rogers is about, the star so Dr administrator. Rump let me start with you All right Great, question is. Thank you we're asking such a. Great question I haven't actually asked one yet That I believe I asked for and I also requested this a long time, ago between me and Mr. Rogers people said that, people told me, it couldn't happen not a people but it. Did like so many of you I have seen the. Fantastic documentary about mister Rogers show I'm going to seek out his guidance and. Why this summit it's very simple I. Wanna be more like mister Rogers Dr Whitney Dr not now intern there's a. Guy in here there's a guy and he r who. Swallowed some money what should we do keep an eye on them and let. Me know if you see any change Okay okay are? We done with the interns interruption every ten minutes on the eights ladies gentlemen Okay ladies, and gentlemen you're. Looking live in, the shadow, of the big slide here at the Minnesota state fair satellite clinic. The. Big. Slide of course Representative of what is happening to this very episode of Minnesota hospital We want to welcome everyone joining us for this summit whether. You're watching listening, or yelling, at your Alexa since she can't seem to find three zero anymore Mr. Rogers, do you have an opening statement I sure did It's Day in the, neighborhood a beautiful day for a good. Neighbor won't you be? Mine Well she'll be Mike good. Neighbor high radio neighbors I'm glad we could, be together again We can try that some other time Mr. Rogers can we. Try one more time I get neighbors I'm glad That's. Good enough Now mister Rogers why appear? For this sans You mean summit No I don't You know I'm humble. To be, here dagger. Administrator your response? What's, humbled me We only, have so. Much time admitted But. It works either way what's humbled me We only have so. Much time anyway Question for Mr. Rogers is for advice it how I, could be a better leader Mr. Rogers any advice on being, a better. Leader for Dr administrator Trump stop tweeting Oh it was a beautiful day in, the, neighborhood Could you be mine? Would, you be my thanks for being good neighbours hey can? You, say tater tot hot dish on a stick I knew you could Wait a? Minute what, is it Chaplin said What is it? Chaplin said Four Showing Mr. rump Mr., Roger you boost will get it for, sure.
"whitby" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To deal, with all the pressing queries and you have some people who. Believe these charges and so on but. It doesn't make a campaign manager so. Let's say could actually sued. You and you had a lawsuit pending and you said this lawsuit is, totally? Bogus, but I don't want to worry about, this during the campaign so let's just settle it with Franken doesn't turn it into a campaign expenditure it's still a personal expenditure So you want to clean up, things that have taken place that in your view may bring. Negative press to your campaign it might, influence the outcome of the election and. You say you know what These are private matters this is my. Money I've every right to spend spend this money to do, that correct right What if the converse were true it seems. To? Me A complaint would be filed every single day against candidates who, are running for office when they spend their own money your corporate money to to look better or to quiet people who are attacking, them or to do whatever by different kind of car where different kinds of clothes get it as you. Point out, and get a new haircut and so forth, I, mean the. List of charges with the, endless well yeah potentially Whitby let us take for example suppose candidate where successful businessman and, had a number of corporations and he said this corporations let's give all our employees a big Christmas bonus here, because voters will see that I'm a really generous employer. And that will make them think highly? Of me right does that turn that into campaign expense can they now use campaign funds to pay those bonuses to employees of the business house. Campaign can use campaign, funds rather than the business. Funds the answer is.
"whitby" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Yeah we've six an hour bronze i'm tired about lebron's legacy brian never lebron will never ever ever ever ever have a winning record in the finals he will i ever ever ever get as many championships as michael jordan never it just it's no it's not good luck with the bike i'm gonna contribute it's a great cause and everything every time it's it's my plan yeah i mean i'm just it's great exercise but trying to help me organizations but i i hesitate really pushing hard because i pushed so hard with the people that helped me with the eagles autism challenge it was amazing i still can't believe that everybody was so good but they'd like to donate that'd be great and i'm riding a bike tomorrow and if actually people want to register you can still register to tomorrow eighty no question if he is the fact that jewelry that supposedly was taken with suitable he wanted yeah john i now i mean a lot of factors the got the guy knew exactly to go in where the whitby security security cameras were turned off just wow it's amazing how good this guy is you he was very hall of fame i'm so tired i don't know what's going yeah i don't know what's going to happen hall of fame howard do you think he would have been we get injured problems you think you would have been all famer who's that ali well but he seems like he's played without injuries for a while now i slowed them down abbott that's part of being a hall of famer i don't know injuries he still played but he's not played well in the last really less what bishop it'd be an all favorites joke are you talking about big allen yeah you're going down all kinds of roads here but yeah thanks for the call.
"whitby" Discussed on Angels Radio AM 830
"Really impressed me the rules of the road in in whitby because it is so rural we hear from the tape farmtotable overused and in la that generally means this is the chef's chef's shop at the wednesday or saturday morning farmers market which is great but up in whitby a lot of the restaurants actually have their own farms or farms within a couple miles of their restaurant so that is real feel to fork we're going to be meeting to practitioners of that art chef vincent naturalness who actually grew up on whidbey island and now has left came back he now has the orchid kitchen which is just a fascinating operation we're going to preview the share our strength tasted the nation no kid hungry benefit the la run of that that's coming up in june the third always a great event and always supporting a worthy cause there is no reason to have childhood hunger in the united states that's something that we need to do something about diabetes is a very unfortunate problem that is afflicting more and more americans a cookbook author that we've talked to before amy real to us our friends down a temecula are about to host their tenth annual pechanga microbrews fest in chili cook off that's coming up on the ninth one of the participating breweries that's been part of this event this will not be their third year was the discovery of ours two years ago the mason jar brewing company it's a husband and wife team they're always fun so we're going to talk to brew master and proprietor robert carter to see how their brewery is grown in the last two years and what they're going to be doing coming up for the tenth annual pechanga microbrews fest and chili cook off and then we're gonna have a chance to talk with our very own chef andrew girl there's kind of a vexing question an issue that's coming up in fast casual restaurants and it's the dilemma of way too many choices and we're going to get into this because it's it's serious but it's funny but it is a real problem it is the so cal restaurants don't wander far when we come back in a chef proprietor leadership vincent naturalness of the orchard kitchen on whidbey island were proudly presented by melissa's world variety produce an west coast prime meats.
"whitby" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Okay and now we're gonna see if you know if december really takes orders because there's a yeah a whitby version of the song which is good but you gotta go shock a con you gotta go shock if you're going i'm every woman because i think the shock to khan when she had that fat natural i know i know the lingo it's not just the afro it's natural as she didn't just have a natural she had like and it wasn't a wig billy preston i was heartbroken when i found out that billy preston giant afro was a wig when he plays nothing from nothing afro this goats but it wasn't his shocker cantera was hers and it was big she was like samson chicks i'm every woman with this natural i saw her when i was in sixth grade maybe even she was on soul train with rufus singing tell me something good and i said whatever that ladies doing i want some of it i want some of that feeling i love me some shop so this song and playing this because i love i love good things i love pro things again extensive conversation behind the scenes i'm not anti anything i try to find the thing that i'm pro now last it's funny has like when was it monique it was last may will be two years two years ago i was at real food daily on low cnn and as i left the restaurant i saw patent oswald sitting in his suv probably waiting to go in you know maybe answering some e you know how people sit in their cars now is a checkup on everything and you think that you have a parking space but you don't because somebody's sitting there in their car checking their business before they pull out of the space and what i want to say to you human beings this is what i do i pull out of the space that another human being could park in and i go around the corner and i just kind of go in a place where you can't really park but it doesn't matter because i'm sitting in my car responding to attack store whatever you're not supposed to do when you're driving but i'm not occupying space.
"whitby" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Who's that quentin crisp yes and that was john playing host most fabulous camp thing so that was what i was like i've gotta get to america and i just thought all my problems would be solved i went to america so i wasn't quite sure what i was going to do because i was you know after you could do view as little analogy sort of english reading person what are you gonna do media so there was the bbc really fancy that and didn't know what to is bit clueless really i just knew i had to get to america and then my roommate lovely guy tim whitby he his momma was a major media executive so he just knew what to do because i had no clue and he applied for this thing to harkness fellowship and basically it promised you two years in america chew ish paid living expenses just everything and he was applying for it and i'm never going to get it sorry competitive won't apply for it to you know and it was like a nightmare application i remember such days after the interview but long story short i got it and he didn't really unfortunate his mother i didn't think forgave me so i went to film school and what year was that when you arrived in new york abbas nine thousand nine hundred eighty two good goodyear we into the music that year oh just goes i love my way oh yeah and there was also tainted love your oh.
"whitby" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
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"whitby" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"Shannon paul and i approve this message to order go ahead and welcome back to our veterans voice i like to hear when it says main peace it wave if only every american out there would be as proud as up to and we i hear them i look fell right now i wear my american flag every single day and you know how many people have many men and women of died for that flag in i am so proud how did say i am an american in i wanna thank all of you for giving me the opportunity to be the whole silva veterans voice it's enhanced my life and hopefully i'm hoping that i can in return repaid the favour by enhancing years we have with us from the va of rosemary bellinger and would discussing breast cancer because if i can say it right this is bob breast cancer awareness month yes handed allowed got this think about that i got overcome that four words in proper order anywhere we're discussing breast cancer and one of the things that we i wanted to bring up is in if we cut style that the little bit but i wanna get into a little bit more than that is the risk factors of breast cancer and i i they would you agree that they're pretty much a safe for men and women or is it more are they somewhat different also somewhat may have friend i would say with many primarily um i'm not a subject matter expert on him but primarily for men with whitby genetic um and women of course that that major of wit all breast cancer but anything to waste to help avoid brett kanter at that one topic if waste for help avoid breast cancer would be your lifestyle lifestyle can affect your.
"whitby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The fog murky tomorrow morning with more showers and fog around there may be some brightening in the afternoon high seventy three then partly sunny eighty seven for high on sunday with a chance of a thunderstorm in a few spots it would be cooler in the cape in the islands and muggy on monday lateday thunderstorms i'm wbz tv meteorologist berry bag on wbz news radio ten thirty it is much mostly cloudy and boston right now sixty seven degrees with showers on the docket for the sat wbz news time nine fifty five and now to sail boston 2017 the navy ship uss whitby island well be the viewing platform for dignitaries for tomorrow's grand parade of sale it will also be all open for public viewing over the next week wbc span parker was on board as a whitby island arrived in boston harbor yesterday we left aboard navy mh sixty helicopters from heads of field arch jury us as we'd be island some five miles off the coast of boston hook us on a breathtaking trip over the city and then i'll just sepak calves allowing georgia's island in boston lied once on board some time the lord about the best the commission denied unity vibe aversion to her glass ship we'd be island is a leading dock ship hell began wsb goes common go read many of the ship's master jeep unlike most ship so we have a wellbacked that we can wide and that allows us to take various types of water grabbed inside of the belly of the ship as a word and so that allows us to dig smaller graft transport the long distances and then when it's one were a bridging wherever our destination is we can ends and those small round out from us and i make new the short trip to the needs of big ships in uttar neither the long with an eighty four void be upwards of one hundred crew members at could have as many as eight hundred on board of needs to get everyone around so we have more diesel engines for belgium and they may turn into to propose bruce and more legible generators that provide no advice a group gummy here for sale.
"whitby" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Know could be the week where we were we touch it's it's bottomline target and then you know volatility will be finally ready for a sustained move higher and markets will be ready for sustain move lower and i grows that we obviously we lead weekend know exactly been certainly year you're looking for that so not you know obviously we had a very dramatic rally laid on friday detect anyway from that just that you know we had the opposite condition where the injured indicators a got a very over sold suddenly and they want to rally i didn't really see a whole out of short term price support so where we rallied from did not in my mind it wasn't meaningful support so i think if we get we could get another this week we could get another pull back short term make a slightly lower low and then probably rally with more but yeah friday's friday's bottom didn't really make a lot of sense from my standpoint i mean if you got to came out of nowhere and of course as we luck and and i thought the the euro and the dollar rather whitby lasted to but if you take where from that action well you know the short short term moose with the current season you know you it would been a just i can look at you know the short term diverse short term indicators him to say okay i got over but and had to relieve you know fullback for the for the year owns speaking of and the same thing for the dollar thing over so but i see i still say that euro is is in a viable area for you know medium term move i would still like to see zero move up to one twelve before we consider selling the dollar the dollar still but had lower i'm still looking for you know mid nineties and you know the commercials they're not they're not budging an inch under sure positions in the dollar me know you would expect you know from from the highs around you know mid won all three a's down we did a good done into the the nineties briefly they didn't dating cover i don't think it didn't really cover a single contract so there you know.